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Train with Real Madrid’s youth coaches. Head to the spiritual home of football - Brazil. Or take on an international tournament in the Med.

School Football Tour to Paris

Paris also plays host to the national team’s home matches, at the impressive Stade de France. Originally built for the 1998 FIFA World Cup, which the hosts won, the 


School Football Tour to the Italian Lakes

Italy is football-mad and the north is where the sport was born in the country. A number of Serie A giants are based around the lakes, including three of the


School Football Tour to Venice

There’s plenty of good quality opposition here, as football is taken pretty seriously in Italy. Test your team’s skills in friendlies with local teams, building your players


School Football Tour to the Netherlands

Your team will love pitting their skills against Dutch opposition and you can be certain of a friendly welcome from your hosts. On a school football tour to the Netherlands, you


School Football Tour to Lisbon

You’ll be able to put your team through their paces on the training field before they take on carefully selected local opposition of a similar standard. You’ll 


School Football Tour to Barcelona

Stay in a fantastic seaside resort, such as Lloret de Mar or Salou, to really benefit from the best of both worlds. Relax on the spectacular Mediterranean coast before travelling into 


School Football Tour to Madrid

You’ll be impressed with the excellent facilities for football in Madrid and can even add some professional coaching sessions to your tour. These will be delivered by none other 


School Football Tour to Costa Daurada

They’ll love playing football under the warm Spanish sun and you’ll be perfectly located, close to both the beautiful beaches and the exciting city of Barcelona. Start


School Football Tour to Malta

The sporting facilities here are excellent and you'll receive a warm, friendly welcome from everyone you meet. Along with friendly football fixtures, Malta also offers your sporty students the


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Extra Activities

Stade de France

Located in St Denis (just north of Paris) there are two types of tours possible at this magnificent new stadium

Disneyland® Paris

A school trip to Disneyland® Paris is sure to be an unforgettable experience for your students. A magical setting for

Paris Saint-Germain Match Tickets

Give your team the opportunity to see some of their footballing idols in action with tickets to a Paris Saint-Germain match!

L'Open Tour Paris

See all the sights of beautiful Paris on this open-top bus tour!

Paris Guides

Paris, the City of Lights, has several famous sites from historical monuments to museums, as well as the famous shopping and restaurants. We offer guides services in Paris for tailor-made tours which means you can choose what you want to see according to your groups' preferences and educational needs.

Canevaworld - Aquaparadise

For those wanting to have a fun filled day in the sun, then Aquaparadise is the perfect solution.

Boat Trip - Lake Garda

What better to see Lake Garda than from the lake itself. Taking a boat cruise from Riva del Garda to Limone or Malcesine is not only a lovely way to spend an hour or so, but can be used instead of using the coach which you pick up later in the day.

Medieval Times

This show is a feast for both the stomach and the eyes! Watch a medieval jousting tournament whilst dining like a king. This is an exciting, fun evening that is a real highlight of the tour.

Via Ferrata

Try your hand at a via ferrata – the original high ropes adventure. You’ll be safely attached to the course via a harness and ropes. Your group will enjoy an active half day filled with the spectacular views that used to be reserved for the birds!

Canyoning and Kayaking

Your students will love exploring the Italian lakes on a canyoning or kayaking adventure. Slide down natural rock chutes, leap off waterfalls and power your way across the water all within a breathtaking setting. All equipment is provided, as is a full safety briefing.


Enjoy a fun-filled day out with your team at Italy’s top theme park! Gardaland is often rated one of the best theme parks in the world. There’s certainly plenty to do here, from adrenaline pumping rollercoasters to the more sedate but no less exciting Sea Life Centre.

Venice Guided City Tour

Explore this former maritime republic with your team and see the beauty of Venice for yourself. Visit the Basilica di San Marco and the Doge’s Palace, two of the most iconic sights in the city.

Milan Guided City Tour

Don’t miss out on your chance to visit Italy’s fashion capital, Milan! This exciting city is historic, elegant and vibrant and there are some impressive sights too, such as the Duomo, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the Castello Sforzesco and La Scala opera house.

Aqualandia Water Park

Aqualandia is a theme water park which mimics a Caribbean Isle on the Adriatic see: a combination of cheerfulness, fun, extreme sports and water games.

World of Ajax Tour - Amsterdam Arena

Home to the biggest name in Dutch football, a guided tour of the Ajax stadium takes you to places only

Blue Boat Amsterdam Canal Cruises

Almost certainly the best way to see Amsterdam’s photogenic streets is from its famous canals.

Anne Frank House

One of the most poignant visits in Amsterdam; this unremarkable building is where Anne Frank and seven members of her

Amsterdam Arena

Amsterdam Arena opened on 14 August 1996. From that day on, the Netherlands has had a multifunctional stadium in Amsterdam.

Walibi World

Walibi World guarantees a day full of exciting moments for everyone. Do you like adventuring or just sensation? You will

De Efteling Theme Park

Welcome to a world full of adventure, excitement and romance, where you will find one surprise after another. This theme

Estadio da Luz Tour

The home of Benfica, the Estàdio da Luz is also known as ‘a catedral (the cathedral) by supporters. In 2014, an online poll by the French sports newspaper L’Equipe named it the most beautiful stadium in Europe, so don’t miss your chance to visit.

Lisbon City Tour

On your trip to Lisbon, make sure you take a guided tour of the city.

Football Match Tickets Lisbon

Watch either Benfica or Sporting Lisbon in action to make your school sports tour to Lisbon truly unforgettable.

Professional Coaching Benfica

Your football-mad students will be truly inspired by the opportunity to take part in a training session led by Benfica’s own youth coaches.

Surf Lessons

It’s not often that a capital city offers the opportunity to learn to surf, but Lisbon is famous for its waves! Don’t miss out on your opportunity to ride the waves whilst you’re in Portugal.


Give your competitive students the chance to let off some steam by having a go at go-karting!

Barcelona Guides

Make sure you don't miss any of Barcelona's spectacular sights by enjoying a guided tour.


This popular theme park includes a log flume and a roller coaster with no less than 8 inverted loops.

Camp Nou Experience

Home to FC Barcelona, a visit to the Nou Camp stadium includes a tour of the stadium itself.

Estadio Santiago Bernabeu (Real Madrid)

When it was built in 1954, the Bernabéu stadium was the largest and most modern football stadium in the world

Parque Warner

Warner Bros. Park is just south of Madrid, and brings all the magic and spectacle of Hollywood to Spain. The

Guided Walking Tour of Madrid

In order to truly discover and learn about Madrid, the history of the Spanish capital, its heart, and its surroundings, why not enjoy a guide tour of the city?

Football Match Madrid

See either Real Madrid or Athletico Madrid in action!

La Sagrada Familia

Antoni Gaudi's unique, awe-inspiring cathedral continues to grow almost organically, like a medieval cathedral.

La Rambla

Also known as Las Ramblas, this long, wide avenue is the heart of Barcelona's shopping district and the hub of

Olympic Village

The Olympic Village was built during the 1980s and 1990s to house the athletes competing in the 1992 Summer Olympics. Located in the Sant Marti district, the Olympic Village is now home to several high-rise buildings and the Port Olimpic de Barcelona.

Valletta Tour

Whilst in Malta, make sure you take the opportunity to spend some time looking around its stunning capital, Valletta. Established in the 16th century, the city still bears the scars of the Second World War and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Don’t miss the lovely Barrakka Gardens with their breathtaking panoramic view of the Grand Harbour. On the tour, you’ll also visit Malta 5D, to learn more about the country’s history.

Beach Games

With Malta’s many beautiful beaches, it would be a shame not to spend some time on them! Your sporty group can expend any pent up energy by getting stuck into some beach-based games, such as volleyball, ‘Whacky Races’ and ‘Water Transporter’. All equipment will be provided.

Treasure Hunt and Zip Line

Discover the beauty of Malta on a treasure hunt against the clock. Later, you’ll get to see the country from a different point of view when you have a go at zip lining! Your team will receive a full safety briefing before the activity.

Abseiling and Archery

Malta’s warm climate and ever-present sunshine make it the ideal location to try your hand at abseiling! Of course, you’ll receive a full safety briefing before you’re let loose on the cliffs! End the day with a more sedate but no less thrilling activity by having a go at archery.

Outdoor Laser Tag

Outdoor LaserTag is a hybrid of paintball and indoor laser tag. The wireless LaserTag equipment is state of the art and can hit a target up to 350 meters away. Players are placed on special teams and have specific functions, duties, roles and titles. On the first mission you might be in command of a team escorting a high ranking official and the next mission you might be a sniper hiding in the woods. Regardless of your role, the game of outdoor laser tag will exceed your expectations.

Kayaking, Snorkelling and Rock Climbing

With some of the cleanest and safest waters in the Med, Malta is the perfect place to try kayaking and snorkelling. The country also has many rock climbing routes ideal for all skill levels.

Dolphin & Friends Show

See dolphins and South American sea lions in action under the guidance of their professional trainers. Parrot show also available.

Splash & Fun Water Park

The Splash & Fun Park at White Rocks has a large swimming pool and deck for adults to enjoy by the sea.

Eiffel Tower

The instantly recognisable symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, can be seen from almost any point in the city, and

Parc Astérix

Opened in 1989, Parc Astérix is a giant theme park based on the adventures of the popular cartoon character, Astérix.

Avenue des Champs-Elysées

The Champs-Élysées is the most prestigious avenue in Paris, its cinemas, cafés and luxury shops make it one of themost


Phantasialand is one of Europe’s top entertainment parks. Situated in Brühl near Cologne, in the heart of the Rhineland, it

Rhine Tower

The Rheinturm tower, used for telecommunications, stands at 240.5 metres tall and is located close to the city centre. Visitors

German Football Museum

Hosts of the 2006 FIFA World Cup Final, Berlin explores the history, politics, economy and culture behind the beautiful game at the German Football Museum.

Westfalenstadion Stadium Tour

Enjoy a tour of the stadium including a visit to the Borusseum

West Bowling

Bowling has been a favourite for many years and is a fun activity for all ages. West Bowling has fully computerised lanes, bumpers and ramps so everyone can play.

Olympic and Sport Museum

Next door to the Chocolate Museum, this museum tells the story of the Olympic Games from ancient Greece to the

The RheinEnergie Stadium

Some affectionately call it the “jewel box”, others acclaim it to be “the most beautiful stadium in Germany”

San Siro Tour & Museum

The San Siro Museum offers the whole history of AC Milan only a few meters from the legendary "Scale of Football" pitch. An extraordinary collection of historical objects, original jerseys and trophies recall the most important victories, players and events of the Rossoneri. You can also find natural-height statues of Franco Baresi, Cesare and Paolo Maldini, Gianni Rivera, Marco Van Basten, Ruud Gullit, Nils Liedholm, Nereo Rocco and many other champions of the Milan history. In closing, at pitch-side, you can take a picture with the dummy of your favourite team and admire the Curva celebration!

A'DAM Lookout

A’DAM LOOKOUT is an observation deck with an unrivalled panoramic view of Amsterdam. You’ll see the city’s historical centre, its pulsating port, the unique Dutch polder landscape and you’ll spot the famous canals which belong to the UNESCO world heritage list.

Dok 99 Bowling Rotterdam

Probably one of the coolest bowling alleys we've seen, Dok 99 is the perfect place to relax and enjoy an evening of bowling fun with your students!

Rotterdam Harbour Cruise

A cruise really is the best way to see Rotterdam - one of the world's largest ports.

Feyenoord Stadium Tour

Enjoy a tour of Feyenoord's stadium - De Kuip! Described as the 'finest stadium in the Netherlands', De Kuip may have a relatively small capacity, but the atmosphere is unrivalled in Dutch football.


Located in the seaside resort of Lloret de Mar, this water-themed park is a great relaxing break from the city.

Sagrada Familia

Antoni Gaudi's unique, awe-inspiring cathedral continues to grow almost organically, like a medieval cathedral.

Olympic Museum & Stadium

This stadium was the focus of the 1992 Olympic Games. It is now turned into an Olympic Museum and Gallery.

Parque de Atracciones Madrid

More than 40 exciting rides and attractions await just minutes from the centre of Madrid. Attractions such as the Tornado, the Shuttle and the Turbine can be found alongside legendary roller coasters.

CityPlay Bowling @ Palacio de Hielo

The Palacio de Hielo is a large centre for all things leisure and recreation in Madrid. This is one of the best places to bowl in the city, as the bowling alley has 24 lanes, all of a professional standard.

Ice Skating @ Palacio de Hielo

Madrid’s Palacio de Hielo (ice palace) has been designed specifically with the teaching of ice sports and disciplines in mind and offers some of the most modern facilities in Spain.

Palacio Real de Madrid

Madrid’s royal palace is the official residence of King Felipe VI, although he does not actually live here. The palace

Spanish National Team's Museum

The Spanish National Team's Museum is a celebration of the greatest football accomplishments of Spain's international squads.

Wanda Metropolitano Tour

Visit Atletico Madrid's stadium - walk through the tunnel, see the pitch and check out the changing rooms!

Alton Towers

The UK’s biggest theme Park with tonnes of fun and thrilling rides and attractions to enjoy. We can also arrange

St. George's Park Hydrotherapy Session

A hydrotherapy session taking you through the same routine as a professional sports team. After some stability and recovery work in the vario pool, you will also experience the physiological benefits when using the hot and cold contrast pools.

Warner Bros Studio Tour - The Making of Harry Potter

Bring Harry Potter to life with a visit to Warner Bros. Studio Tour, London.

London Olympic Park

Explore the setting of the triumphant London 2012 Olympic Games! London’s Olympic Park offers your students the chance to try out a whole host of sports including cycling, swimming and diving at the iconic venues used during the Olympics. You can also take a boat tour along the canal, where you’ll learn more about the park. And make sure you don’t forget to head to the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the UK’s tallest sculpture, for some truly breathtaking views across London!

ArcelorMittal Orbit

The UK’s highest sculpture, the ArcelorMittal Orbit is one of the symbols of the London 2012 Olympics. Offering breathtaking views across London, the ArcelorMittal Orbit also boasts the world’s longest and tallest tunnel slide, as well as the UK’s highest freefall abseil.

Slagharen Theme Park

One of the most visited theme parks in Europe, Attractiepark Slagharen has over 30 rides. The park’s attractions are grouped by six themes: Indian, Yellowstone, New Orleans, Mexican, Wild West and Jules Adventureland.

Activ Natura

This adventure sports park is perfect for adrenaline junkies. Take part in any number of activities, from laser combat, to quadbiking!

Robben Island

Robben Island, just off Cape Town’s coast, is a symbol of the triumph of human spirit, democracy and freedom over adversity, oppression and racism. Political prisoners were sent into exile here for over four centuries and it was here that Nelson Mandela spent 18 of the 27 years of his imprisonment for conspiracy to overthrow the apartheid government. Current president, Jacob Zuma also spent time on this inhospitable island in the Atlantic Ocean. It is now home to a museum, where visitors can learn more about the history of the island, as well as what life was like there for prisoners.

Newlands Cricket Ground

Set behind the beautiful Table Mountain, Newlands is arguably the most beautiful ground on the world stage, with a backdrop fitting a fine cricket stadium.

Langa Township Tour

Give your students the unique opportunity to visit Cape Town’s oldest township.

Kariega Game Reserve

When in South Africa, you cannot miss out on a safari adventure. This family-run safari park on the Garden Route is a malaria-free reserve which offers you the opportunity to spot the ‘Big 5’ (the African lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, African leopard and White or Black rhinoceros).

Valley of the Waves

What better way to relax with your team than in this spectacular water park? The park’s big draw is the Roaring Lagoon, a huge wave pool where you’ll battle waves of nearly 2m high every 90 seconds! There’s massive slides to chuck yourselves down and, for those more sedate moments, a lazy river that will carry you around an island while you lay back and soak up some of that South African sunshine.

Christ the Redeemer

The Christ the Redeemer statue is the most famous attraction on Corcovado Mountain. The statue is 38m (125 ft) high and, therefore, the largest art deco sculpture in the world. Since 1931 when the statue was inaugurated lighting has been added, and in September 2002 came the addition of a panoramic elevator and escalator to make the monument more accessible.

Sugarloaf Mountain

Sugarloaf Mountain is an iconic feature of the Rio de Janeiro skyline. This 396m high mountain offers spectacular views across the city and its beaches. The ascent is in two parts, both by cable car. The first will take you up to the top of Urca Hill, with the second taking you up to the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain

Maracaña Stadium Tour

When in Rio, don't miss your opportunity to take you students to see the iconic Maracaña, Brazil's largest stadium!

River Plate and Boca Juniors Experience

Join the most famous clubs in the country - Boca Juniors and River Plate. On one side there is the Bombonera and on the other side is the Monumental (where the national team plays). You will have an opportunity to explore the stadiums and museums.

In the Steps of Maradona Tour

This tour will show you where Maradona, arguably one of the best players of all time, (certainly according to the Argentinians!) started his footballing career. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit the museum.

Buenos Aires City Tour

Enjoy a guided tour of the main sights of Buenos Aires - the Casa Rosada, Plaza de Maya, the historic districts of La Boca and San Telmo and many other monuments. There will be plenty of fantastic photo opportunities.

Penang City Tour

Visit the Fort Cornwallis and the Street of Harmony, where you will experience Malaysia’s wonderful multiculturalism. Discover the importance of Penang’s Chinese community by visiting Khoo Khongsi, one of the largest Chinese clan houses in Penang. Khoo Khongsi consists of a complex of buildings including a temple, theatre and rowhouses. You’ll also visit Chew Jitty, the Chinese stilted community. Your final stop will be Wat Chayamankalaram, home to one of the world’s largest reclining Buddha.

Malacca City Tour

We start with a visit to St. Peter’s Church which was built in 1710, the oldest in the country that is still being used today.

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple

Malaysia’s oldest traditional Chinese temple is the recipient of a UNESCO award for outstanding architectural restoration and highlights the importance of the Chinese community in the historic city of Malacca.

Kuala Lumpur City Tour

The KL Half Day City tour is the best way to explore the city’s most important sightseeing attractions. The first stop on this excursion is Masjid Jamek – the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur – which is set in a grove of palm trees.

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