Gallini Cup

Hall of Fame

& Participants

The start of many careers

Some of the most popular teams

At Gallini Cup can find space teams of any level. Elite teams have the chance to train with high level opponents while amateur Clubs can show their most talented players to important scouts. Thousands of teams participated at the tournament, coming from all over the world, and this are some of the most popular so far.

Argentina

Colón de Santa Fe

Austria

FC Wacker Innbstruck
Lask Linz
SK Rapid Wien

Azerbaijan

Gabala FK

Belgium

KV Kortrijk
KV Mechelen

belarus

Bate Borisov
Belarus National team
Dinamo Minsk

Brazil

CE Lajeadense
EC São Luiz
Rodolatina Futebol

Bulgaria

FK Tryavna
Levski Sofia
Lokomotiv Sofia
Ludogorets FC
PFC Beroe Stara Zagora

Canada

Toronto FC

China

Yitao Shanghai

Croatia

GNK Dinamo Zagreb
Hajduk Split
ŽNK Radomlje

Denmark

AB Copenhagen FC
F.C. Nordsjælland
Køge BK
Lyngby BK

England

Crystal Palace FC
Derby County
Hull City
Liverpool FC
Mansfield Town FC
Sheffield United
Sheffield Wednesday FC
AFC Wimbledon
Watford FC

Estonia

Flora Tallin

Finland

F.C. Honka
HJK Helsinki
PK-35 Vantaa

Georgia

Dinamo Tbilisi

Germany

VfB Stuttgart

Greece

AEK Athens

Hungary

Ferencváros
Honvèd
Hungary National team
MTK Budapest FC
Vasas SC
Videoton

India

Chandigarh

Iran

Iran National team

Ireland

Shelbourne FC

Italy

A.C. Milan
A.S. Roma
Atalanta
Bologna FC
Chievo Verona
Empoli FC
Fiorentina
Genoa AFC
Hellas Verona
Inter FC
Juventus FC
Sampdoria
S.P.A.L.
Torino FC
Udinese

Japan

Gyosei
Japan National team
JEF United Ichihara Chiba
Kashiwa Reysol

KYRGYZSTAN

Kyrgyzstan National team

LITHUANIA

Lituania National team

Montenegro

Montenegro National team

Netherlands

ADO Den Haag
NEC Nijmegen
VV Alkmaar

NORWAY

Stabaek IF

Poland

Slask Wroclaw

Qatar

Aspire Academy

Romania

CFR Cluj
Romania National team

Russia

Russia National team
Spartak Mosca

Serbia

OFK Belgrad
FK Crvena zvezda
FK Partizan Belgrado

Slovakia

FC Spartak Trnava SK Slovan Bratislava

Slovenia

NK Bravo

South Africa

Tramway FC

Sweden

AIK
IF Brommapojkarna
IFK Göteborg
Hammarby IF
Malmo FF
Trelleborg FF

Switzerland

BSC Young Boys
Grasshopper Club Zürich

Tunisia

Tunisia National team

United Arab Emirates

UAE National Team

U.S.A.

Arsenal Los Angeles
Beadling Pittsburgh
North Carolina
U.S.A. National Region 1
Santa Cruz Breakers FC
Wake FC

Where stars shine first

Stars of Gallini Cup

More than 150 Gallini players have reached 34 top leagues around the world, in Serie A, Premier League, LaLiga, etc. The members of our Hall of Fame have achieved amazing results, such as winning the FIFA Club World Cup, Champions League, Premier League, Serie A, Primeira Liga; 12 Gallinizers participated at the FIFA World Cup in Russia.

montenegro
Aleksandar Boljevićcon
Nazionale Montenegro 2009
serbia
Aleksandar Mitrović
FK Partizan 2009
italy
Alessandro Piu
Empoli FC 2011
italy
Alex Meret
Udinese 2012
italy
Andrea Consigli
Atalanta 2009
italy
Andrea Conti
Atalanta 2002
italy
Andrea Poli
Treviso 2003 + 2004
croatia
Bruno Petković
Dinamo Zagabreb 2009
romania
Costel Pantilimon
Romania 2002
italy
Daniele Baselli
Atalanta 2007
italy
Daniele Rugani
Empoli 2009
italy
Davide Santon
Inter 2006
sweden
Dejan Kulusevski
Brommapojkarna 2015
italy
Diego Fabbrini
Empoli 2004
austria
Dominik Wydra
Rapid Vienna 2009
serbia
Dušan Vlahović
FK Partizan 2015
argentina
Facundo Sánchez
Club Atlètico Colòn 2005
italy
Federico Casarini
Bologna FC 2004
italy
Ivan Provedel
Pordenone Calcio 2013
serbia
Ivan Saponjic
FK Partizan 2012
nigeria
Joel Obi
Inter FC 2006
tunisia
Karim Laribi
Inter FC 2006
ghana
Kingsley Boateng
ASD Liventina Gorghense 2008
romania
Laurențiu Brănescu
Romania 2009
serbia
Lazar Marković
FK Partizan 2009
italy
Lorenzo Crisetig
Rappresentativa FVG 2009
italy
Luca Caldirola
Inter FC 2006
italy
Luca Lombardi
Empoli 2017
italy
Luca Rossettini
Padova Calcio 2000
japan
Manabu Saitō
Japan 2005
montenegro
Marko Janković
FK Partizan 2010
italy
Marco Motta
Atalanta 2002
italy
Marco Sportiello
Atalanta 2007
croatia
Mateo Kovačić
Dinamo Zagabreb 2009
italy
Mattia Caldara
Atalanta 2009
serbia
Nikola Ninković
Dinamo Zagabreb 2009
italy
Piermario Morosini
Atalanta 2001
sweden
Pontus Jansson
Malmo FF 2006
netherlands
Ricardo Kishna
ADO Den Haag 2009
italy
Riccardo Meggiorini
Hellas Verona 2000
italy
Roberto Gagliardini
Atalanta 2009
croatia
Šime Vrsaljko
Dinamo Zagabreb 2007
italy
Simone Scuffet
Udinese 2011
belgium
Steven Defour
Mechelen 2003
japan
Takashi Usami
Japan 2006 + 2007
england
Tom Huddleston
Derby County 2001
austria
Veli Kavlak
Rapid Vienna 2003
italy
Vito Mannone
Atalanta 2003
japan
Yōichirō Kakitan
Japan 2005

Memorabilia and gadgets

Walk of Fame

At the headquarter of the tournament there is a nice gallery with signed jersey and memorabilia of great players and teams that participated to Gallini Cup in this 20 years.

WINNERS

Our Story

Born in 1999 Gallini Cup became the largest football tournament in Italy

Participants

Check who can play at Gallini Cup and who participated in the past.

Venues

Location of the tournament, headquarter and leisure activities.

Fair Play program

One of our missions is to educate trough the values of sport.

Program

Details of the tournament
June 2021
August 2021

Opening ceremony

The program includes a parade in the city center and a confetti show

The Party

A great gathering moment for coaches and players

Awards ceremony

All teams receive a trophy on the last day

Registration

Fill this form and make your first step into the tournament

Regulation

Tournament's rules.

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