Amsterdam has long been seen as the perfect destination for a short sports tour and, with its football history and lively evening entertainment, it's easy to see why. On a footballing front, Ajax have had a great influence on the 'beautiful game'; their academy has long been recognised for producing world-class talent and their coaching is second to none. We organise fixtures with a wide number of clubs in and around the Amsterdam area, as well as other Dutch cities, all of whom enjoy welcoming touring teams on and off the field. When it comes to nightlife, there's not much that Amsterdam doesn't offer. From the world renowned coffee shops to the countless bars and clubs, you certainly won't be short on ways to fill your evenings. A range of accommodation is available to suit each individual budget and with great air and ferry links there is something for everyone.
|Day 1||Coach departs UK||Arrive Amsterdam||Free evening to explore the city|
|Day 2||Free morning||Friendly fixture||Post match with hosts and night out|
|Day 3||Free morning||Ajax Stadium tour||Private canal cruise and final night out|
|Day 4||Coach departs||Arrive back in UK|
4 day football tour to Amsterdam, with 1 friendly fixture. Itineraries are always tailored, so we can add more fixtures and activities to suit your requirements.
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