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Soccer tours

Although soccer hasn’t quite caught on yet in the U.S. (at least on the professional level), youth soccer leagues and clubs have never been more popular. The number of youth soccer clubs in the U.S. exceeds 8,200. In a country where a considerable number of children play sports — about 21 million between the ages of 6 and 17 — there certainly is no lack of demand for bigger and better sports. America’s insatiable appetite for athletics shows no signs of abating.

Soccer, or “football” as it’s known in the rest of the world, has a massive international following. There are famous soccer leagues such as Manchester United, of course, but there are also smaller, amateur leagues as well as a number of soccer fields used by millions of children. There are even towns in Costa Rica with barely 200 people that have soccer fields in their central plazas. Clearly, soccer is a huge, competitive force recognized and celebrated in nearly every country on Earth.

It’s for this reason why soccer tours for American youth leagues are an amazing idea and a wonderful opportunity for American kids. Travelling abroad to play in soccer tournaments has never been more popular. Soccer travel tours provide the wonders of travel and the thrill of soccer at the same time. Not only is soccer great for kids’ health, travelling abroad is a great educational and therapeutic experience in itself. There’s nothing quite like touring Paris after playing a match with the local leagues!

So, whether you are the coach of a small, after school soccer club or the athletic director of a private high school, world soccer tours are an incredible option that will give your little Peles the experience of a lifetime!

What do you think? Have you or anyone you know ever gone on a soccer tour abroad? Feel free to leave a comment at the bottom.

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