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Playing fields


When it comes to high performance, the quality of the grass on the pitch can be as decisive as the technical skills of the footballer who directs the ball.

Copa Mallorca is in charge of selecting all the best venues that host quality fields for the practice of grassroots football.

Natural grass

It is the grass most used in professional soccer fields, and the one that requires more control of the ball, since this type of surface provides more varied changes of rhythm.

Natural grass is still the preferred option for players. Its main virtues are:

Artificial grass

This type of terrain better absorbs impacts and allows greater turning power.

Artificial grass allows a clean ball handling and a bounce without surprises, because it is more uniform and its wear is almost imperceptible.

Referees of the Balearic Islands Football Federation (FFIB)


The referee is the person in charge of directing the match and who has full authority to enforce the Laws of the Game in said match.

In football, there is a main referee - also called a "collegiate" or "referee" - who is in charge of applying the rules of football in a match, giving a record of what happened in it and timing the duration of the match.

All matches are directed by referees federated by the FFIB (Football Federation of the Balearic Islands).



5 or 6 teams per group.


4 Minimum matches per team


Duration of the matchesU16: 2 x 20’U15: 2 x 20'U14: 2 x 17’U13: 2 x 17’U12: 2 x 15’U11: 2 x 15’U10: 2 x 15’U09: 2 x 15'U08: 2 x 15’U07: 2 x 15'


Qualifying system-League by groups one round


KO phase.


Fresh water in all games.

Energy bars for players.

Exclusive coaches every half hour.

Tournament magazine size A4 with all the formations of the participating teams.

Balls for matches.

Balls for the warm-ups of each game.

Medal for all participants.

Presentation of the Tournament.

Awards to the first and second classified in each category.


Medical insurance for all participants.


Medical assistance for all participants.

Ambulances at all venues at the foot of the field.

Hospitals less than 5 minutes from each site.

In case of hospitalization, a person from the tournament will be in charge of the evolution with the doctors and with the patient.


Four-star category A hotels, exclusively for the concentration of the teams.

Personalized attention for each player who has health problems, food, etc.

Dietitian in each concentration hotel.

Soccer fields and sports facilities.

Live performances in concentration hotels.

Public relations in each concentration hotel.

Panoramic screens in hotels to see online the evolution of the tournament.




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