Team Tours are perfect for the competitive Club, High School, or College Team looking for a powerful experience focused on superior training and exposure to Futbol, culture, and people. Coaches and managers have the ability to work directly with Futbol Abroad ensuring a custom itinerary designed to meet the team’s specific needs.
Futbol Abroad designs physically and technically demanding camps geared toward achieving the famous and creative style of play through, “smart futbol.”
Experience high tempo competition based tours focused on mentally preparing teams for the up coming season
We can arrange a professional training environment focused predominantly on team building through international competition and cultural excursions
Planning an effective 14-day tour, including tournament play, will give your team an edge over the competition. Tours are in Mid-June to Mid-August
Improving technical ability
Enhancing Tactical awareness
Solidifying team unity
Team Tours require a minimum of 15 participants including one responsible adult. Contact Futbol Abroad to learn more about our trips.
Sample Trip Overview
Duration: 14 days
When: Year Round. Flexible Dates.
Airfare: Not Included. Can be arranged by Futbol Abroad at no additional cost. Includes:
Games against professional club teams
Match Analysis and debrief of game played
Video Session of Games Played (Optional)
Group talk with Coach or Pro player (Optional)
Attend live professional match (Jan. thru Jun. & Aug. thru Nov.)
Four meals per day, monitored by a sports nutritionist
On-site professional level dormitory lodgings
TV, Telephone, and Internet Access
24 hour security on soccer complex
All airport transfers
Travel Health Care for all participants
Supervision by a Futbol Abroad Tour Director
Language lessons can be incorporated
Sample Trip Itinerary
Sample Itinerary: Futbol Abroad Trip to Argentina [Download PDF to print/view]
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Futbol Abroad will reserve lodging, and sports facility for the group.
In coordination with Holdy Tours, LLC travel agency of Walnut Creek affordable airfare will be arranged.
Futbol Abroad obtains AIG Assist Worldwide Group Protector for all participants.
We can assist with hotel and flight arrangements for parents wishing to travel with the group.
Futbol Abroad travel and packing tips are emailed to properly prepare each participant for the tour.
Leading up to Departure
Optional Pre-Tour workouts are scheduled to ensure optimal physical fitness for participants.
The mandatory Trip Preparation meeting is planned to discuss Trip Guidelines and Regulations.
Flight information, general trip itineraries, and full contact information for CEFAR are discussed.
Trip sweatshirts are given out.
Day 1: Departure
Participants meet at the airport, wearing tour sweatshirt, 2 ½ hours before departure.
Traveling chaparone collects all Passports and tickets for check-in.
The group departs for Ezeiza International Airport to begin their soccer Journey.
Day 2: Arrival
Upon arrival, a CEFAR representative greets the group and shows them to the bus for transfer.
Participants and parents meet in the dining hall for lunch and a trip introduction.
After lunch, participants get a tour of the complex and rest before their initial training session.
Players go to the ‘utileria’ for fresh training gear and then change in the locker rooms.
The initial training session takes place on a world-class grass field.
Day 3 – 5: Training like a Pro
Players wake up in the early AM to eat breakfast and rest before their first practice.
Players train on an indoor turf field in a tactical session on counter attacking.
For lunch the sports nutritionist prepares a delicious, well balanced meal to help re-energize participants.
On day 3, players leave the complex to eat an authentic Argentine ‘asado’ as special guests of Futbol Abroad.
Players return to their rooms to rest & chat with foreign resident players.
Later, the group competes with aspiring pro players living on the complex in a training session.
After practice players eat a late afternoon snack and are released for free time.
Players eat dinner and are released to get much needed rest and play fun card games with resident players.
On day 5, we meet for a discussion with Coqui about playing Pro. Players are encouraged to ask questions.
Day 6: First Day of competition
Players are transferred to C.D. Almagro’s ‘potrero fields’ for a 90-minute game against an age appropriate side.
After post game mingling and group photos with their competitors, players return to the complex.
In the afternoon players board the bus and drive to the famous neighborhood of La Boca.
A tour of the stadium including the field, stands, museum, hall of fame, and 360° movie theatre is arranged.
The group takes a walking tour the colorful, artistic neighborhood to take pictures and buy souvenirs.
Day 7: Amazing Futbol
After breakfast, players prepare for their match against River Plate on CEFAR’s #1 field.
Before Lunch, players meet to watch the professional team train in the indoor facility.
Players depart to watch Boca Juniors play at the ‘Bombanera,’ capacity 60,000.
Day 8: Improving upon play
The group has a mid-morning training session on the small-sided grass field.
Goalkeepers are sent to the Goalkeeper sandpits for a specialized training session.
After lunch, players are taken to visit downtown Buenos Aires.
Participants have their mid afternoon snack in a downtown café and dine at a famous local Pizzeria.
Day 9: Applying what you’ve learned
Players play an AM match against C.D. Lanus.
After lunch, a friendly tournament of soccer tennis is organized.
Players take a bus tour of famous Buenos Aires neighborhoods including Palermo, El Tigre River, Puerto Madero, and get a chance to stretch out the legs and interact with local teens at beautiful Parque Palermo.
After the City Tour, players are taken to a local shopping mall to purchase last minute trip souvenirs.
Day 10: Trip Finale
Players wake up, eat breakfast and enjoy their final day of competition or training.
After lunch, players receive a diploma of attendance, a gift, and a training video at the closing ceremonies.
After saying goodbye and cleaning their rooms, the group departs on their bus for the airport.
Upon flying home the group meets parents at the Airport and participants are free to go home and begin using all the wonderful soccer skills they learned while in Argentina.