International sports tours

Soccer is a sport that millions of Americans watch and play, especially the youth. Although soccer may not be as popular in the U.S. as football, hockey, or basketball, it is still very much played around the country. Youth soccer leagues and high school teams in particular are widely popular. More than 8,200 youth soccer leagues exist in the U.S. with age groups as young as elementary school age all the way through adolescence and teenage years. In general, American high school students love to play sports. In 2013 alone, approximately 7.7 million students played on at least one high school sports teams. Moreover, nearly three out of every five American kids play sports outside of school. Just like the adult population, America’s youth loves their sports.

For high school and college students who play soccer, there are many opportunities available that can take their athletic devotion to an even higher level. International soccer tours and tournaments present a wonderful opportunity for students to both play soccer and travel the world. There are many soccer tournaments exclusively catered to younger, non-professional leagues. The Donosti Cup, for example, hosts 400 teams from over 20 countries in San Sebastian, Spain. Soccer players from ages 12 to 19 can participate in the games. When they are not playing, they can explore the city or swim in the gorgeous beaches. It is even possible to arrange excursion trips to Barcelona, Madrid, or Paris! Soccer tours to Spain, among many other countries in Europe, Asia, and Central and South America, will truly be an experience of a lifetime for young, aspiring student soccer players.

International sports tours are a lot of fun for everyone involved, not the least of whom the adult coaches and chaperones who go on these trips! Do you have any questions about international student soccer tournaments? Feel free to leave a question or comment at the bottom.

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