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CBF SCHOOL 2023-2024



Summer 2024 - June 21 to 26



MADCUP, with the official collaboration of the Atlético de Madrid Academy, the Community of Madrid and the Madrid Football Federation (RFFM), is an ambitious male and female youth football tournament that was founded in 2021 with the aim of becoming the most important football tournament of its kind in the world within the next few years.


The main venue of the tournament is the sport center of the Atlético de Madrid in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid), a city that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998. The other venues will be located in different municipalities of the Community of Madrid.


The Celebration Ceremony of the tournament will be held at the Atlético de Madrid Cívitas Metropolitano stadium, one of the most modern and sustainable in the world, where all the teams and players will attend and enjoy the team parade.


MADCUP is a project that aims to promote the teaching of values, alongside the University of Alcalá and other teaching institutions, highlighting the importance of respect, effort and teamwork.


All previous editions of MADCUP have been a complete success without any significant incident, despite being a large-scale event hosting over twenty thousand participants, including teams, coaches, family members and supporters.


MADCUP strictly complies with all health measures set out by the Community of Madrid and the competition protocol of the Madrid Football Federation. The players and their family members are our priority.


The event has garnered great interest, gaining recognition from major media organizations as the benchmark for international youth football. MADCUP has broadcasting agreements with some of the main international and Spanish media organizations, including AGENCIA EFE, MARCA, Radio MARCA and MARCA PLUS, Movistar +, Real Madrid TV or Telemadrid. At the international level, the tournament was covered by the major television channels in geographic areas all over the world.


Fernando Torres, Merel Van Dongen, David Villa, Koke Resurrección, Sonia Majarín and Juanfran Torres.



Friday 21st: Group Phase

Saturday 22nd: Group Phase

Sunday 23rd: Group Phase

Monday 24th: Group Phase

Tuesday 25th: Knockout Phase

Wednesday 26nd: Semifinals & Finals 


Groups: Mini-league of 4/5 teams, playing against each other once in a round-robin format.

Gold: The top two teams from each group will compete for MADCUP GOLD, playing single-leg knockout matches to reach the final.

Silver: The third- and fourth-placed teams from each group will compete for MADCUP SILVER, playing single-leg knockout matches to reach the final.

Bronze: The fifth-placed team from each group will compete for MADCUP BRONZE, playing single-leg knockout matches to reach the final.


The facilities at the Atlético de Madrid Academy in Alcalá de Henares will act as the tournament headquarters, with various other venues throughout the Community of Madrid.


University Residence, 3-Star Hotel or 4-Star Hotel

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