Spain School Football Tours
Take your team into Europe!
Barcelona is the most popular destination Football Tours to Spain programme. And that is no surprise because if you love football who wouldn’t want to go and play in Spain? It really is the chance of a lifetime which is why we work so hard to provide the best possible experience.
Spain School Football Tours will enjoy:
- Beautiful location in Platja d’Aro
- Tailor Made School Football Tours to Spain
- Tournaments when you join our SportsFest series
- Professional coaching sessions
- Nou Camp and Barcelona Tours
Tailor Made School Football Tours to Spain
Tailor made tours are created around your specific requirements. Our professional team will design your programme to incorporate fixtures against Spanish Clubs of a similar standard. That way you can get the maximum benefit and enjoyment from your games. The itinerary will include training or coaching sessions and a visit to the Nou Camp Stadium in Barcelona
One of the most popular and cost effective football tours is to join our SportsFest series which run during the Easter holidays and Spring Bank Holiday. These action packed, high octane events offer outstanding value for money. Enjoy professional coaching sessions, tournament matches, stadium visits and fun filled evening entertainment. School groups return year after year because they’ve had a great time, the students enjoy the non-stop fun whilst party leaders can rely on the organisation of the Activ4 team. Prices start from just £372… See Footage Here…
There are a number of fantastic coaching options available. We have a staff of excellent professional coaches who have qualified via the FA Coaching pathways, in addition we have an option to work with former ESPANYOL captain Diego Orejuela, who now is the football director at the Palafrugell Centre. This is a must for teams looking for high end intensive coaching from one of La Liga’s most influential Spanish players!
The Nou Camp and Barcelona
The magnificent Nou Camp Stadium is a ‘must-do’ for football tours to Spain. This iconic venue echoes with great names from the past right up to the present day. The chance to go behind the scenes and experience what it is like to be one of Barcelona’s stars will never be forgotten.
Where it’s held
Platja D’Aro is a fabulous little town situated on the Mediterranean coast just north of Barcelona. It is very safe and attractive and provides an ideal location to combine sport, culture and leisure in a natural setting. At its heart is a lovely seafront with impressive beaches and idyllic bays. The ease of access to the excellent local facilities and the opportunity for excursions to water parks, theme parks, Barcelona and the Nou Camp make Platja D’Aro perfect for school trips.
Sample Itinerary for Spain School Football Tours
Depart from school and head to Dover where you will cross the channel to Calais travelling overnight to the resort of Platja D’Aro.
On arrival at the Caleta Palace hotel your group will be met by a member of the Activ4 School Tours resort team who will assist you with check in. There is a room onsite as well as an outside terrace area to hold a variety of evening entertainments for which there are numerous options available, possibly starting with a quiz night.
Training will be in the morning and one of the great things about touring in Spain is the superb 3G pitches just a short distance away. Fixtures are usually played during the evening. Your group will be escorted to your local fixtures by a local Activ4 School Tours Representative. Often the highlight of the tour; clubs offer a friendly welcome and a competitive game.
The bustling cosmopolitan city of Barcelona is the Catalonian capital and has something for everyone. Your group can opt to take a tour around Europe’s largest football stadium, the world famous Camp Nou. You will also visit the TV Room, Press Room, and the Presidential Box. You will finish your time in Barcelona by heading to Las Ramblas for some shopping time.
Back to sport this morning with a training session where you can focus on improving the techniques from your earlier fixtures. During the afternoon you may take a recovery session back at the hotel swimming pool or the beach. On the final night it has become a tradition to hold an awards ceremony to decide on the player of the tour.
Unfortunately all good things come to an end. After breakfast it’s time to check out but there is just enough time for some last minute shopping, try Les Gallerias just off the high street, and lunch before you head out to start your journey to Calais.
On arrival in Calais you will set sail to Dover and travel back to school. The tour officially ends when you get back to the UK, but with a trip this great we are sure that it will live long in the memory.