2019

From July 31st to August 4th

Brøndby Elite Cup

Brøndby Elite Cup consists of the following categories:

Boys:

  • Under 15: Born after 01.01.2005 Game 2 x 35 mins.
  • Under 14: Born after 01.01.2006 Game 2 x 35 mins.
  • Under 13: Born after 01.01.2007 Game 2 x 30 mins.

All teams play one full match per day. All matches, as far as possible, will be played in the afternoon. Training sessions, by appointment, can be arranged for the mornings.

The match referees are all qualified and hold a current license.

All games are played with linesmen.

Accommodation:

Accommodation will be at one of the nearby lying schools. Players must bring their own mattresses and bedding. Refreshments can be bought at the school throughout the whole tournament.

Tournament Rules:

In the event of two or more teams being equal on points after all group games have been played, the winner(s) is decided by the following principal order:

  1. Goal difference
  2. Most goals scored
  3. Head to head match
  4. Penalty shootout

Elite teams play one full match per day. All matches, as far as possible, will be played in the afternoon. Training sessions, by appointment, can be arranged for the mornings.

All matches in the elite tournament and B01 group are refereed by a qualified referee and two linesmen.

Dismissals and cautions are governed by DBU Rules, i.e. a caution is not treated as a sin-bin offence.

All teams must report to the match 10 minutes before the scheduled kick-off time. In matches with a referee and two linesmen, the referee will call both teams together at one of the corner flags, 5 minutes before the kick-off. Both teams and the officials will then proceed to the center circle for presentation.

 

Goalkeepers:

In 11-man and 8-man games, the goalkeeper cannot play the ball with his/her hands, when the ball is intentionally passed directly to him/her by a member of their own team. In 5-man games however, the goalkeeper may play the ball with his/her hands when the ball is intentionally played to him/her or directly from a throw-in.

Goal kicks:

In 5-man games a goal kick can be taken either by a kick or a throw-out, and is valid even though the ball does not leave the penalty area, the goalkeeper may pick the ball up again even though it has not touched another player. At a goal kick, the goalkeeper can kick the ball directly over the halfway line.

Offside:

There is no offside rule in both 5-man and 8-man games. (DBU Zealand regulations)

Corner:

In 5-man games a corner kick must be taken at a selected point between the goal area and touchline.

Number of players per match:

In 11-man games a maximum total of 16 players can be used per game, a substituted player cannot play again. The maximum number of squad players is 20, making a total of 9 players as substitutes.

In 5-man and 8-man games, each team may have an unlimited number of players, with an unlimited number of free substitutions.

Procedure:                                                                                                                

If both teams have the same colored jersey, then the latter team according to the official match program, must change.

3 points is given for a win, 1 point for a draw, while a defeat gives 0 points.

Protests must be given within 30 minutes of a game ending. A deposit of DKK 500 must be deposited and will be reimbursed if the protest is upheld. Protests must be in writing and must be submitted to the tournament office before the expiry deadline.

A team must bring their own footballs for use in warm-ups.

It is recommended that all player jerseys are numbered. If this is not the case please inform the Competition Office upon arrival.

Participants must bring at least two sets of jerseys in different colors.

Match cards, together with club name, age group, player names and dates of birth must be completed and submitted to the Competition Office before the first match. If possible, the squad information together with each player’s squad number can be e-mailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before the start of the tournament.

Serious misconduct by players will be reported to the clubs' national federation via the Danish Football Association (DBU).

Brondby Cup refers to DBU Zealand's current rules; however, the tournament management reserves the sovereign right to decide disputes.

Age Exemptions:

Latest, on arrival at Brondby Cup, a squad list must be presented to the tournament organizers. Players who meet age limits may participate in two age groups.

A maximum of three players on each team will be allowed to play on two teams. A maximum of three players, who do not meet the age limit, in each age group can be used. In these cases, the team must submit an application for exemption by the 1st of July 2016, to Brondby Cup. All players must present valid identification upon request, as verification of their inclusion on the team sheet.

Finals:

Dismissals and cautions are governed by DBU Rules, i.e. a caution is not treated as a sin-bin offence. All finals will be played in full-time under the DBU Zealand's rules. All playoff games will appear on the tournament schedule for each age group. In the event of a draw, the match will decided on penalties.