MIC tournament will continue on the Costa Brava at least until 2015

The youth international football tournament MIC – Mediterranean International Cup will continue on the Costa Brava at least until 2015. The tournament organization has renewed cooperation agreements for four years with the County Council of Girona and with all the cities councils that host the competition. The next edition of MIC will be held from 4 to 8 April in 19 populations and 22 football fields on the Costa Brava, with the participation of about 220 teams, divided into six categories, representing over 40 nationalities.n

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The tournament was presented the 26th of march in Girona in the Delegation of Girona and has had the participation of Sergi Roberto, player of FC Barcelona, ​​and Álvaro Vázquez, of RCD Espanyol, who have remembered their experiencies through the tournament as players many years ago. Roberto played the tournament from Santes Creus, Reus and FC Barcelona, and Vázquez from RCD Espanyol.n

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The presentation has served to reaffirm the commitment of the MIC with the Costa Brava. In this sense, the tournament director, Juanjo Rovira, said that "for us the Costa Brava is our home and we want to continue here for many years, but we have offers from other areas to move" and added that "this will be the 11th edition of MIC on the Costa Brava and while the territory want us, we will be here”.n

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On the other hand, the President of the Delegation of Girona, Jaume Torramadé, stressed that the MIC “is one of the most important events in our territory” and added that “the figures of the MIC are incredible and the benefits for our territory are important and very big”. Jaume Torramadé wanted to note that the tournament “give an image of the Costa Brava, and this is that the people remember”.n

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In the press conference also assisted the territorial representing of the Secretariat General of Sport in Girona, Josep Pujols, the delegate of the Catalan Football Federation in Girona, Jordi Bonet, and the Delegate General of La Caixa in Girona, Maria Alsina, who concurred on the values ​​of MIC.