Are you ready for some new competition for your
footballers? looking to improve their skills in a masterclass and absorb themselves in a city where football is a passion? or ready to compete in the world's largest international youth football tournament? Whatever your goals for your team we can arrange a tour package and take care of the logistics.
Take your teams to Barcelona where a 5 day tour will challenge them to play against similar Spanish teams, improve their skills in a masterclass and absorb themselves in a city where football is a passion.
Enjoy the experience of a training session run by Reial Club Deportiu Espanyol de Barcelona in RCD Espanyol’s Dani Jarque’s Training Facilities.
RCDE’s professional football coaches will show you how their teams train. This session is perfect for groups of 10 or more players of all levels. RCDE’s experts will adapt the training to the needs of the group.
The Gothia Cup in Sweden is the world's largest international youth football tournament. Each year, around 1700 teams from 80 nations take part and they play 4500 matches on 110 pitches.
Gothia Cup was first held in 1975. The tournament was started by the football clubs BK Häcken and GAIS and a local newspaper. Through the years, over a million players from a total of 147 countries have participated in the tournament.
The Heden Centre in Gothenburg is at the heart of the tournament with the Kviberg Centre the largest arena with 28 pitches.
Costa Brava, on the North Coast of Barcelona, is popular with teams and school football tours from all across the world – and for good reason. It is home to the Lloret Soccer Cup, organised by Club Futbol de Tordera.
With a permanent place on the calendar of the Catalan Football Federation with a 20 year history, participants in the tournament can battle it out on the pitch and make friends for life during and after the football games.
For three fantastic, fun-packed days of competition against teams from the UK and Spain, take your students who love and have a passion for football on a school trip to Spain.