Walking Football Tours: Quality tournament fun in the sun…
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Walking Football Tours are delighted to announce next year’s tournament details on their brand new website at www.walkingfootballtours.com
The company have organised many foreign trips and were involved in setting up both Portugal and Italy as competitive walking football destinations. They are proudly taking the same format to Football Salou in Spain as they hold next year’s inaugural Spanish European Masters Trophy.
Company director Tony Grace reported to Walking Football online that the facility to host the tournament is one of the most impressive set ups available throughout Europe and the tournament is sure to grow in future years.
Alongside the fantastic football pitches is the Cambrils Park Sports Village that will host the participants and their supporters. There are many excellent facilities at the village and breakfast and lunch have been included in the package to allow the players to concentrate on getting prepared for the matches.
Salou is a typical Spanish holiday destination with plenty for the party seekers, whilst Cambrils is a more quiet beautiful area with many excellent restaurants and tourist attractions. There are many trips available to book in the town including Vineyard wine tasting visits or tours to the famous Nou Camp, home of Barcelona.
The football matches are always arranged in league format to ensure everyone has the same amount of matches. Games are played on the Friday and Sunday with the Saturday free to recuperate and enjoy the day off.
Full details of the tournament and the rules and requirements are available to download on www.walkingfootballtours.com
As well as the Spanish tour the popular Italian European Masters will once again be held in the beautiful village of Lignano Sabbiadoro, in North Eastern Italy and this year there are many Italian teams hoping to engrave their names on the Trophy alongside previous Winners “Uxbridge Amblers” from Middlesex and “Cove Rapidly Ageing Pensioners” from Hampshire.
Tony also pointed out that the tours are becoming more and more popular and will continue to be played in the correct spirit of Walking Football with fun, safe friendly competitive tournaments.
“It is not the world cup final and we are just hosting groups of like-minded older guys who want to enjoy a long weekend away with their mates to play “a few games of walking football,” he said. “We seldom see teams with their best squad of players, it’s usually just the guys who could afford the trip. There is even room for family and friends who don’t want to compete but just come along for the fun”.
Keep your eyes peeled on the website for details of other upcoming tours.