The young and talented players participating in the international children tournament VIVACOMCUP were able to take part in Bulgarian, Moldavian, Macedonian and Turkish dances on ‘Independence’ square in Razgrad.
The football players got to watch and learn the steps thanks to the dancers from the dance formation ‘Hortse’, which is under the supervision of the Children Activities Center, and after that they tried dancing to Bulgarian folklore dances themselves.
The event organizers had a surprise for their foreign guests. They invited them to demonstrate the typical dances for their countries. The event was concluded with a traditional mass dance called ‘horo’, and the players and all the dances from ‘Hortse’ took part in it.