Hamburg - Germany's gate to the world



Hamburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and the venue of Germany's largest international youth football tournament. Experience a harbour tour on the river Elbe, go out for party on the notorious Reeperbahn or go shopping in the Mönckebergstraße. Hamburg has all this and much more to offer. Therefore the second biggest city in Germany is the perfect location for this great international event with more than 250 teams from all over the world.


Elbphilharmonie

Jungfernstieg

Reeperbahn

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Within a very short time, the Elbphilharmonie has become Hamburg's most popular building and landmark. People from all over the world come to Hamburg and visit the impressive building directly next to the river Elbe.

The historic Jungfernstieg is the centre of Hamburg's city. Here you will find one shop after the other and you will have a fantastic view over the Binnenalster (Inner Alster).

Probably one of the most famous streets in the world. The Reeperbahn offers a lot of possibilities to party with the team (just for the older age groups).

Speicherstadt

Tierpark Hagenbeck

Hamburger Dom

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This historic place used to be the transshipment point for goods of all kinds. Today it is a very exciting district with many special buildings and popular leisure activities like the Hamburg Dungeon and the Miniature Wonderland.

The Hagenbeck zoo is not far from the tournament grounds. Animals from all over the world can be seen here. From monkeys to elephants to lions - every animal is waiting for you!

The Hamburger Dom is nearly a permanent institution in Hamburg. 3 times a year it is set up to bring joy to thousands of people. During the tournament you will have the opportunity to get an adrenaline kick.

Hamburg


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Hamburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and the venue of Germany's largest international youth football tournament. Experience a harbour tour on the river Elbe, go out for party on the notorious Reeperbahn or go shopping in the Mönckebergstraße. Hamburg has all this and much more to offer. Therefore the second biggest city in Germany is the perfect location for this great international event with more than 250 teams from all over the world.


Elbphilharmonie


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Within a very short time, the Elbphilharmonie has become Hamburg's most popular building and landmark. People from all over the world come to Hamburg and visit the impressive building directly next to the river Elbe.

Jungfernstieg


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The historic Jungfernstieg is the centre of Hamburg's city. Here you will find one shop after the other and you will have a fantastic view over the Binnenalster (Inner Alster).

Reeperbahn


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Probably one of the most famous streets in the world. The Reeperbahn offers a lot of possibilities to party with the team (just for the older age groups).

Speicherstadt


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This historic place used to be the transshipment point for goods of all kinds. Today it is a very exciting district with many special buildings and popular leisure activities like the Hamburg Dungeon and the Miniature Wonderland.

Tierpark Hagenbeck


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The Hagenbeck zoo is not far from the tournament grounds. Animals from all over the world can be seen here. From monkeys to elephants to lions - every animal is waiting for you!
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Accommodation categories

Take a detailed look at all accommodation categories here. There are various possibilities of accommodation in the different price classes available.
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Tournament venue

The tournament venue is really something to be proud of. Click here for more information about Hamburg and the tournament grounds. 5 days tournament spectacle in Hamburg.
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Age groups

The LAOLA Cup is for girls as well as for boys of the age groups U9 - U19. A detailed overview can be found by clicking on the following button.

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