This year we will live the seventh edition of the “International Carnival Cup” in which, for the first time, we can see up to 32 teams compete. The demand for places continues to increase year after year thanks to the success of the influx of the public and the work done from the direction of the tournament.
International teams interested in the International Carnival Cup continue to increase.
The impact of our competition continues to increase, both nationally and internationally. As the editions pass, more teams from outside our borders are interested in being able to attend the International Carnival Cup. The tournament, which will once again have its headquarters in the sports facilities of Premià de Dalt, increases four more places, compared to last season. In this seventh edition, up to 32 clubs can enjoy the tournament compared to the 28 that did in the previous edition. The claim to participate continues to grow, a good example of this is the presence, once again of teams such as RCD Espanyol, which has not lost any edition since the foundation in 2012 of the tournament, FC Barcelona, club that has been taken the champion trophy in three editions of the “International Carnival Cup” or foreign teams, already confirmed, which will soon be announced through our social networks. Thanks to this increase in participants, we can enjoy teams that until now had not been in any edition.
The first edition had only 8 teams. The following edition we could increase the participating teams by four. For the two subsequent editions, the third and the fourth, we again managed to increase 4 seats plus the participating clubs, thus reaching 16. For the fifth edition, the tournament suffered a significant increase in places from 16 to 16 the 28, thanks to the change of facilities and giving way to the tournament as we know it today. Having the headquarters in Premià de Dalt allows us to continue increasing in enthusiasm, fun, plurality and participation. This year there will be 32 teams that can enjoy all this, we hope to continue growing.