TorneiGiovanili.com is glad to present you the Prague’s Barrell tournament, a friendly international tournament for amateurs of all levels. The tournament takes place in the beautiful Prague, in Czech Republic, every year in June and September, in cooperation with CSFS (Czech Union of Company Sports). We invite all amateur players to join us at this special event with a lot of sport and fun!!!
Fee per person: Single: € 430,00 Double: € 340,00 3beds: € 320,00
Fee per person: Single: € 450,00 Double: € 350,00 3beds: € 340,00
Fee per person: Single: € 480,00 Double: € 370,00 3beds: € 340,00
Participation fee in the tournament; Accommodation for 3 nights in FB; Bus transfers airport-hotel and hotel-field; Service of paramedics during the matches; Full board (breakfast at the hotel, lunch at the rink and com-mon dinners); Ride on the steamer; Additional cultural program for non-playing participants (large groups over 30 people); A hostess speaking your language (for groups over 10 players); A small souvenir for every partici-pant; Prize for every team; Free “open tap” beer at all official events during the tournament (for the ladies al-so wine).
Team leader with more than 35 members – free of charge Team leader with more than 21 members – 50% discount of the full price
Bus driver (not participating in the tournament) – free of charge for groups over 20 persons
Children until the age of 3 – free of charge Children from 3-12 years – 50% discount of the full price
Teams that participate in the tournament for the 5th time or more, can claim discount of 20€ per person.
MEN: open age 7×7 / 11×11 (upon request)
GIRL: open age 7×7
grass and artificial pitches, changing rooms and showers available in all fields.
the most part of hotels and fields are in the Prague 4 district, easily reachable from the city centre.
3 matches for each participating team.
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague, city of the one hundred towers, UNESCO heritage site, one of the most beautiful cities in the world – come and discover it for yourself! The Old Town Hall with the famous Prague Astronomical Clock, the winding alleys of the Jewish Quarter made known by the novels of Franz Kafka and imbued with legends about the Golem, the cafés that invite to enter and sit down, the boutiques and boat trips on the River Vltava, the Charles Bridge in Gothic style and the church of St. Nicholas in the Little Quarter, the most beautiful baroque church in Prague, the Castle Gardens far from the city bustle, the hill of Petřín with its panoramic tower that looks like an Eiffel Tower in miniature, the Prague Castle … Every district of Prague has its own unique atmosphere and unique charm.