Event

56th EMPA Football Tournament Warnemunde (Germany)


published on 7 January 2022 54 -

This event lies in the past.
13.05.2022 - 14.05.2022
Warnemünde, Germany
TIME SCHEDULE

FRIDAY MAY, 13

03:00 p.m. ARRIVAL AT THE HOTELS

07:00-12:00 p.m. WELCOME PARTY WITH DRAWING CEREMONY

The Welcome Party will be held at the famous Kurhaus Warnemünde (SEASIDE), with an amazing view over the harbour entrance, beach and the sea surrounding Warnemünde.

SATURDAY MAY, 14

08:30 a.m. DEPATURE FROM THE HOTELS TO THE SOCCER FIELDS

Our tournament is hosted by the „SV Warnemünde Fußball e.V.“ with facilities in the western part of Warnemünde. The games will be played on three different fields - two artificial and a natural one.

10:00 a.m. LADIES TOUR

The ladies tour starts with a bus ride from Warnemünde to Rostock. A guide will show you around the beautiful old town and the sight of the city with sufficient time to enjoy some shopping. A boat will bring you back to Warnemünde just in time for the tournaments final. Lunch and drinks are served on board.

07:00 p.m. - 01:00 a.m. DINNER AND DANCE PARTY

The dinner and dance party will be held at the famous Kurhaus Warnemünde (PARKSIDE).
Warnemünde, Germany
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