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Delhi team to take part in Dana Cup

Indo Europe Sports and Promotion Council, a Delhi based organisation which works for grassroot football development, got the invitation from the organisers of the Dana Cup.

PTI | Updated: 16-07-2018 18:05 IST | Created: 16-07-2018 18:05 IST

A 20-member Under-19 boys football team representing Indo Europe Sports will participate in the Dana Cup, an invitational age group tournament touted to be the biggest in the world, scheduled to be held in Denmark from July 23-28.

Indo Europe Sports and Promotion Council, a Delhi based organisation which works for grassroot football development, got the invitation from the organisers of the Dana Cup.

Six players of the team are currently training in Germany. The team will play its first qualifying match against Volda TI FB of Norway on July 24.

The Dana Cup is considered as one of the world's biggest football tournaments and it takes place every year in the town of Hjorring in Denmark in the last week of July.

First held in 1982, the tournament is participated by more than 20,000 players every year in the age groups ranging from U-12 to U-19. Around 23,000 players are taking part in the tournament this year.

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