• Ateitis CUP is one of the most prestigious youth football tournaments in Baltic sea countries, attended by more than 7000 young footballers from over 22 European and other world countries every year.
  • This event takes place in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. It is open to clubs, schools and academies. The attending teams will have the opportunity to play with international opponents and experience the spirit of multiculturalism and fair play.
  • By demonstrating a beautiful and fighting game children learn about the football culture of different countries, broaden their horizons and simply enjoy football together.
  • The main Ateitis CUP goals are to strengthen the love for football, accustom children to high-quality and high-level football by playing with strong, elite rivals.
  • The tournaments take place at Sportima arena, LFF and FANAI stadiums fitted with premium artificial grass.
  • Ateitis CUP tournaments are approved by Lithuanian Football Federation ( LFF).


  • 07 – 09 October       U11 | DOB 2011
  • 14 – 16 October       U12 | DOB 2010
  • 21 – 23 October       U13 | DOB 2009
  • 28 – 30 October       U14 | DOB 2008
  • 04 – 06 November   U15 I DOB 2007 U16 | DOB 2006
  • 11 – 13 November    U10 | DOB 2012
  • 18 – 20 November    U10 | DOB 2012
  • 25 – 27 November    U9 | DOB 2013
  • 02 – 04 December    U7 | DOB 2015 U6 | DOB 2016




For all international enquiries please contact Mark Haas




Your safety is our #1 concern. While the risk of exposure to Covid-19 cannot be completely eliminated, PGI® International Soccer Academy has instituted the following protocols for the 2021 tryouts in an effort to maximize the safety of its participants, spectators, volunteers, and staff. Please note: Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or above must immediately leave the venue.

These COVID-19 protocols were compiled from: A) CDC guidelines, B) recommendations for “Return-to- Play”, C) research on “best-practices” from national youth soccer tournaments, and D) leading medical authorities. Please note that these protocols are subject to change. Anyone not social-distancing and/or wearing a mask face will be asked to comply or leave the area.



Guidance For Participating Players:


  • All Players must comply with ALL local and state guidelines.
  • Players will register digitally prior to arrival at the tryout whenever possible.
  • Players must wear face coverings to and from fields, but may remove their face coverings during warm-up activities and on the field.
  • Hand contact between players is prohibited (i.e., post-game handshakes, high-fives, etc.). Applauding is preferred.
  • Absolutely NO SPITTING on the field or sidelines.
  • PGI® International will not be providing hydration stations. Please bring your own hydration – no sharing.
  • Exiting players should clear the field immediately when the tryout session ends.
  • Entering players will wait for exiting players to completely clear the field before approaching and entering the field.
  • Anyone who becomes ill during the event is asked to leave the venue immediately and report all occurrences to the check in table.
  • All players will have their temperature checked before access to the field.
  • Sanitation stations with disinfection hand sanitizer will be set up at check in and available for players and spectators.

Guidance For Spectators:


  • All Spectators must comply with ALL local and state guidelines.
  • Spectators are allowed, but must stay within the specific areas designated such as the sidelines and stands. Spectators cannot enter the field for any reason.
  • To avoid transmission through droplets, shouting is discouraged. Applauding is preferred.
  • Spectators must observe social distancing of 6ft in the spectator areas.
  • Masks or face coverings will be mandatory for anyone over the age of 10.
  • Spectators are encouraged to bring your own sanitizer.
  • Anyone who is sick or experiencing symptoms commonly associated with Covid-19 needs to not attend the tryout session and should STAY AT HOME.
  • Anyone who becomes ill during the event is asked to leave immediately and report to administrator. Contact tracing should begin immediately.
  • Do not congregate in groups of 5+ on the sidelines and maintain 6’ plus apart from each other.