13th May 2013 – 18th May 2013

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European Controllers Cup 2013

Venue: A.U.L Complex, Clonshaugh Road, Dublin 17
The Dublin team are honoured to welcome the ECC family to our great city for the European Controllers Cup 2013. Situated on the bank of the river Liffey, Dublin is a beautiful architectural and cultural city, with a blend of old and modern architecture. The city embraces all of its visitors with friendship and warmth.

The European Controllers’ Cup Competition is a football tournament held every year, organized from air traffic controllers for Air Traffic Controllers, throughout Europe. The tournament has been in existence, in one form or another, since the end of the 1960s. Each year, controllers from a different air traffic control unit all over Europe take the responsibility, to organize the football competition. Meanwhile the community has grown to 55 teams, from all over Europe plus New York. The tournament is normally held with 40 teams, around 1000 people every year. The opportunity to meet ATC personnel, old friends and rivals, visit different centers, and countries is equally important as the football.

European Controllers Cup 2013

13th May 2013 – 18th May 2013

CONTACT

info@eccdublin2013.com

WEB

eccdublin2013.com

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Venue: A.U.L Complex, Clonshaugh Road, Dublin 17
The Dublin team are honoured to welcome the ECC family to our great city for the European Controllers Cup 2013. Situated on the bank of the river Liffey, Dublin is a beautiful architectural and cultural city, with a blend of old and modern architecture. The city embraces all of its visitors with friendship and warmth.

The European Controllers’ Cup Competition is a football tournament held every year, organized from air traffic controllers for Air Traffic Controllers, throughout Europe. The tournament has been in existence, in one form or another, since the end of the 1960s. Each year, controllers from a different air traffic control unit all over Europe take the responsibility, to organize the football competition. Meanwhile the community has grown to 55 teams, from all over Europe plus New York. The tournament is normally held with 40 teams, around 1000 people every year. The opportunity to meet ATC personnel, old friends and rivals, visit different centers, and countries is equally important as the football.

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