Opening Ceremony


The Ceremony

We want to create this important opportunity to make IberCup a lifelong memory. Everyone have here the only chance to be with all the participants at the same time in the same place and enjoy the atmosphere surrounding the opening ceremony. It’s a memory you’ll remember for a long time and a moment of harmony where you can meet friends from all over the world. The opening ceremony is a show that takes about one 1 hour. The presentation of the participating nations is the regular feature but other numbers will be presented.



All participants have free access to the IberCup Opening Ceremony if they show their wristband. Free access is included only for players, staff and all the persons with the IberCup package, players and staff don´t pay this ticket.  Other tickets can be pre-booked through a contact with our office until the day before the ceremony. Tickets can also be purchased at the IberCup office on the arrival or at the opening ceremony after 18:00h, where the opening ceremony will take place, but availability for the opening ceremony can’t then be guaranteed (subject to availability). Ticket cost is for 5€ (750 JPY) per person.


Presentation of the Participating Nations

The opening ceremony starts at 11:00h on the August 23th. The biggest attraction is to see all these countries and cultures together. In addition to this there will be around 4000 persons inside the Stadium. All teams must arrive at the Stadium 1 hour before the opening ceremony starts, with the official costume in order to assure their place inside. 2 participants from each team should represent the team in the parade on the grass field with flags and come 1 hour before to the meeting point outside the stadium. The other members from the team take their seats inside the Stadium until the ceremony ends. The participation of the teams at the ceremony is mandatory and the volunteer from each team must coordinate the arrival of his team with the Organization and informe which are the names of the 2 participants who will represent the team and lead them to the meeting point outside the stadium.