FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions


Can we use overage player?
Overage players are NOT allowed at all if you want to compete. Teams that use overage players will be disqualified from participating in the play-offs.

Normal solution if you've got 10 or more players who want to compete in two categories: let all players participate in the "older" category and ONLY the younger in the "younger" category. Games are short in game-time and we can help you make sure the group games don't collide. However, play-off games might collide.

Can we use players from another club?
If a player isn't allowed to compete for your club team in your home country, you can NOT let him/her play for your team in Lundaspelen. National federations have different requirements - make sure you meet the requirements in your own country.
In Sweden you have to be licensed for the club or have a valid federation regulated agreement between the clubs. (However the overage rule mentioned above overrules federal/regional rules)

When do we find out where we will lodge?
We will not be able to tell you where you will lodge until around the 28th of December. The "puzzle" regarding lodging depends on which schools and classrooms we get access to and that we have to have as much information as possible from our guests in order to do as good as accommodation schedule as possible.To be able to lodge everyone, every team can't expect to get a classroom for each team, we have assessed the classrooms in order to get their capacity in coordination with the fire-safety regulations and will try to accomodate everyone as good as possible.

When do we get access to the lodging?

The teams get access to lodging in the afternoon of the 1st of January (school accomodation and hotel). This gives you the opportunity to a nights sleep in Lund before the actual tournament games starts in the morning, January 2nd.

How do we get to Lund from abroad?
If you are flying, go to Kastrup, Copenhagen. Then take the train to Lund C (every 20 minutes, 60 minute trip, less than £10 per person if you buy group tickets). We'll pick you up at the train station in Lund and take your team to your accomodation and the leaders to Registration. Link to the timetable in English

Game Schedule - when is it posted?
Preliminary Game schedule is posted around the 15th of December. Changes might occur due to withdrawals - they will then be posted on the web as they are corrected (might take a couple of days). Final game schedule isn't ready until the 31st of december.

Game schedule - when do games start and when do the tournament end?
Games will start January 2nd at about 8 am in the morning. Play-offs starts the 4th. All finals in the older categories are played in Idrottshallen and the last game will end around 17:30 on the 5th. Final schedule can vary a little bit from year to year depending on the amount of teams in the categories, but is normally the same as the year before:

Normal final schedule, the 5th in Idrottshallen:

Finals in U11-U12 is oplayed on the evening of the 4th in Eoshallen

8:15 - GU13
9:00 - BU13
9:45 - GU14
10:30 - GU15
11:15 - BU14
12:00 - BU15
12:45 - GU16
13:35 - GU18
14:20 - BU16
15:05 - BU18
15:50 - GU20
16:35 - BU20

Payments - Entry fee & Guestcards (including Hotel option)
Bank giro account number 269 - 2499 Ik Eos
or
IBAN account (NEW as of 2015!) SE7280000831390741397269
or
Swebank S-105 34 Stockholm, account no 8313-9, 74139726-9 , swiftaddress: SWEDSESS.

Photos - Why isn't there any photos of my childs game?
We only take pictures for sure of Finals








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