You will make your way to your chosen departure airport where you will begin your journey to Denmark. Upon arrival in Denmark you will be transfered to your chosen tour accommodation. Depending on flight times you may be able to catch the official opening ceremony which is a collective march into Hjørring Stadium for all participating teams.
You will be transfered from your accommodation to the venue for the Dana Cup. On the opening day, Teams are split into groups of 4 or 5 for the Tournament's first rounds. When the tournaments first day draws to a close you will be transferred back to your tour accommodation by your team coach.
The third day of tour follows on from the previous day's fixtures with your team continuing to play their group games with the hope of making it through to the knock-out rounds which take place from on Day 4.
The tournament's second round will operate on a knock out basis. The first and second ranked teams from the first rounds will play in the second round A, while the remaining teams will play in the second round B. Finals in the 7-a-side categories and the Boys U17s, Girls U13s, U17s and U19s will all be played on Friday, with all other tournament finals taking place on Saturday.
The fifth day of tour is allocated for the finals of the Boys U17s competition, as well as the Girls u13s, U17s, and U19s. Should your team make it this far, then it will be a day full of tough games, culminating in the final of the Dana Cup. After being victorious in the final, the evening is free for you to celebrate your teams success.
The remaining final matches take place today. At the end of the tournament, there is a closing ceremony to celebrate all participant's success in making the tournament a success. After the final day of the tournament it's time to return to your accommodation, pack up your bags, and head to Denmark aiport for your return flight home.