Disney USA School Football Tours
Does it really get any better than Disney school football tours to Florida at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex and then hitting the theme parks?
Can there possibly be a more appealing school sports tour for a soccer-mad teen, than going to Florida to play in Disney School Football Tours?
The Disney Soccer Tournament means all the soccer you can handle plus the world famous Orlando theme parks in one never-to-forget experience.
The Disney School Football Tours Package Includes:
- 8 Nights at Disney’s Colorado Springs Resort
- 4 Day Magic Your Way with Park Hopper® and Water Park Fun & More, which entitles you to 4 days admission to one or more of the following for each day of the ticket: Magic Kingdom, Epcot®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom
- Plus 4 visits to the WDW® Theme Parks
Disney USA School Football Tours
- Duration: 7 days
- Board: Half board
- Passengers: 40
- Free Staff Places: 4 free staff
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Excursions & Inclusions
Where it’s held
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort is a state-of-the-art facility that hosts events for athletes of all ages and abilities.
It’s a 220 acre athletic complex located in the Walt Disney World Resort, in Bay Lake, Florida, near Orlando, Florida
Sample Itinerary for Disney USA School Football Tours
Depart from UK airport bound for Orlando International Airport. On arrival you will be met by a member of the Activ4 School Tours destination team and taken to the Colonado Springs Resort which is central for both ESPN Wide World of Sport and the theme parks.
Team registration and coaches meetings will be held during the day, and over at the ESPN Wide World of Sport there will be a few famous faces. Each team will receive a commemorative match ball. Then in the afternoon, why not take advantage of your theme park tickets? Which of 4 Theme Parks in Walt Disney World Resort will you choose?
The serious business begins as the tournament gets underway with the competition group stages. All fixtures are played at ESPN Wide World of Sport; the 220 acre complex includes 9 purpose built venues and hosts numerous amateur and professional sporting events throughout the year. After you have played you can opt to visit a theme park or perhaps a waterpark.
It’s another early start as the group stages progress. The tournament has a one game per day policy so you can be sure you’re in action in yet another hectic day of sport. You may have caught highlights of yesterday’s game or that of your opponents on TV in the hotel last night, so you can be fully prepared for today’s match.
It’s semi-final day which means that the pressure feels like it has been ramped up a notch or two. Hopefully you will have made some friendships with other teams. So you will want to watch a match or two. Many teams head for the parks in the evening where they can enjoy the rides and maybe even see the firework show.
Its finals Day! ESPN will be covering it on ESPN 3 and as with the tournament in general, both the players and the coaches are made to feel like ‘Pro’s’. The set up and the media coverage mean that this football experience is second to none. The photo opportunities will mean that you will need a bigger notice board when you get back to school!
Unfortunately all good things come to an end and today is departure day. Teams from the UK often opt to leave the hotel early and stop off at the shopping mall on the way to the airport. All spent up and it’s on to the airport for the overnight flight back to the UK: tanned, happy and hopefully victorious!
The tour officially ends when you get back to the UK, but with a trip of this magnitude we are sure that it will live long in the memory…