Player accommodation

Generation Handball offers different kinds of accommodation: Classrooms, sports halls, college rooms, or hotel rooms. Read more about each package, content, and prices on the registration page.

Generation Handball always tries to arrange accommodation in consideration of one of our main goals: That kids and young people get the chance of becoming acquainted with other cultures.

Schools and sports halls

Teams from the same club will if possible be accommodated at the same school or sports hall. Teams accommodated in sports halls will only be sharing accommodation with teams from the same club.

The Small and Medium package includes accommodation in either a classroom or a sports halls. The Small package is without extra services, while the Medium packages includes a mattress, duvet, pillow, and bedlinen at your disposal for the week. The extra service material must be returned after the festival.

College rooms

Choose the VIP package if you would like accommodation in college rooms. 4 persons share the room, and you’re all guaranteed a bed. Bathrooms may be shared or private for the room.

Hotel rooms

Get accommodation in one of Viborg’s hotels either Palads Hotel or Best Western Golf Hotel. You can choose either single or double rooms. Breakfast will be served at the hotel.

No accommodation

It’s possible to join Generation Handball without accommodation. Then the team only pays the team fee. Meals are not included, but all Generation Handball activities and events are still available.

Alcohol, smoking, and drugs policy

Generation Handball is an international handball festival for kids and young people in the age of 10 to 21 years. Smoking or consumption of either alcohol or drugs are strictly prohibited on all sites of Generation Handball including all accommodation areas, on the festival site, and in the arenas.
Any violation of this policy is unacceptable and will cause immediate expulsion and journey home for the concerned participant.
Generation Handball requests that all coaches and managers will explain these rules to the players, so that all participants understand and accept.