History

Power Cup is the world’s largest four-day volleyball event for children and young people. The event brings together all kinds of sports enthusiasts, new enthusiastic experimenters, junior coaches, guardians, families, troopers and community members.

The event’s unique match system guarantees everyone games from Thursday to Sunday. The total number of matches over four days is over 4,700.

The event is always held on the first weekend of June after school closes.

The first tournament was held in 1985 in Jyväskylä. The first four events were known as the “Co-Match Tournament”. Since 1989, the event has been renamed the Power Cup. The number of participants in the event has grown rapidly in recent years. The 2007 Power Cup held in Lahti was the largest so far, with 954 registrations.

Place (year) Number of teams
Rovaniemi (2019) 680
Kuopio (2018) 841
Vantaa (2017) 865
Hämeenlinna 2016 889
Vaasa 2015 874
Raahe 2014 776
Mikkeli 2013 828
Turku 2012 827
Lahti 2011 847
Seinäjoki 2010 901
Oulu 2009 884
Savonlinna 2008 930
Lahti 2007 951
Loimaa 2006 918
Seinäjoki 2005 935
Rovaniemi 2004 803
Pieksämäki 2003 822
Helsinki 2002 831
Tampere 2001 866
Jyväskylä 2000 803
Kajaani 1999 728
Joensuu 1998 849
Heinola 1997 830
Pori 1996 830

Download Power Cup app

The Power Cup app lets you see your schedule, schedule, leaderboards and more!
The contents of the coming summer will be updated during the spring.

The 2020 application will be available for download after April 15th.

Download from Google Play
Download from App Store
Mobile protocol filling guide
Power Cup – tournament player loan
Player market