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School & Youth Belgium Tours

While Belgium might not have been your first thought when considering a sports tour destination for your school team, it is an excellent destination. Open your student’s minds by taking them somewhere unexpected where they can explore a fascinating culture and history.

The Belgians are big on sport, to say the least! Massive football fans and also keen on hockey, cricket, and rugby, the Belgians are sure to make great competitors for your school or junior sports team.

Tours4Sport organises football, rugby, hockey and cricket tours to Brussels and Antwerp both of which are lively towns which offer lots of things to do including cultural activities. With a massive range of museums to visit covering topics from art noveau to comic strips, there are plenty of places of interest for everyone.

If your students are feeling particularly brave, they can also take the opportunity to try out some of their linguistic skills. A country with 2 official languages, your students are likely to hear French and Dutch spoken but do warn them that the French accent might be slightly different from their lessons!

There are also a number of tournaments held in Belgium which are becoming increasingly popular with UK teams. 

The tour was fantastic, we could not fault it. The hotel we were in had fantastic facilities for the group we were with. The facilities were brilliant, and the games were judged almost perfectly. The last team we played were very good, and the toughest game we have had all year, and we surprised ourselves by winning that game.

KC - Reaseheath College

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