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Soccer tours in Sevilla, Spain
From back-to-back victories in the 2008 and 2012 European football championships to being the first European football team to win the World Cup outside of Europe, there’s a reason why Spain bears all of these distinctions and more; it’s a country that lives and breathes football (or what you Americans call “soccer”). What better place to bring your team to hone their technical skills, develop their teamwork, deepen their sense of camaraderie, and fuel their love for “the beautiful game?” Here in the equally beautiful city of Sevilla, you and your team will be able to train in the same facilities as some of the city’s top professional teams. You’ll also be able to enjoy a variety of add-on experiences, such as Spanish classes, cultural activities, and weekend excursions. Join us in Spain, and we’ll work with you to create a bespoke soccer training program that’s tailor-made to the needs of your team!
Train with professional Spanish soccer coaches in professional Spanish soccer team facilities!
Attend live training sessions of the city’s professional soccer teams and meet some of the players in person.
Play friendly scrimmages against local youth soccer teams and learning from the Spanish playing style while socializing with local players.
Enjoy hassle-free, culturally immersive housing by living with carefully-selected Spanish host families—delicious, home-cooked Spanish meals included!
Explore one of the most beautiful, historic cities in all of Spain—Sevilla, the vibrant capital of the country’s southern region.
Add optional Spanish classes, cultural activities, and/or excursions to your team’s bespoke soccer tour in Spain.
In Sevilla, your soccer team will be living in one of the most ideal settings to attend a soccer tour in Spain. They won’t just be training in one of the sport’s dominant countries; they’ll be training in the vibrant, historic, and beautiful capital city of the country’s southern region. Here, they’ll be honing their soccer skills while being surrounded by 2,200 years of Spanish history, 10 palaces, three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, numerous other attractions, and a seemingly endless array of cobblestone streets lined with charming old buildings, antique street lamps, and fragrant orange trees. The city is also home to not just one, but two professional soccer teams in La Liga, Spain’s top-tier soccer league: Real Betis and Sevilla FC.
The Sevilla Cathedral
Dating back to the 12th century, this magnificent building is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, the burial site of Christopher Columbus, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Inside, you and your team will find a massive nave (or central hall) that’s lined with 80 side chapels, featuring a variety of artwork, tombs, carvings, and altarpieces.
Soaring more than 340 feet above Sevilla’s historic district, this dramatic bell tower is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. It was originally built as a minaret near the end of the 12th century, as part of the immense mosque on which the Sevilla Cathedral was built. From the top of the tower, you and your team can enjoy breathtaking views of the city below.
The Royal Alcázar
Dating back to the 14th century, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is both a majestic palace and a fairy tale-like complex of royal gardens. In the palace, you and your players will see one of the world’s finest examples of Mudéjar-style architecture, which combines Moorish and Renaissance-era influences. In the gardens, you and your team will stroll through a peaceful array of courtyards, fountains, pools, and paths lined with orange trees, flowers, and hedges—along with the occasional peacock!
Barrio de Santa Cruz
Situated just a three-minute walk from Centro MundoLengua’s Spanish immersion high school program classrooms, this historic neighborhood is full of narrow, winding, cobblestone streets that weave through enchanting old buildings and orange tree-dotted plazas, where you and your team will find charming little shops selling handicrafts, ceramics, tea, and other local goods. Also known as the Old Jewish Quarter, the neighborhood used to be the part of the city where Sevilla’s Jewish inhabitants lived. Today, it’s the perfect place to walk around, soak up the ambiance, and feel like you’ve stepped back in time!
The Plaza de España
Providing a picturesque filming location for one of the Star Wars movies, this massive, semi-circular, palace-like building is surrounded by a wide-open plaza, a spectacular fountain, and a scenic canal that is spanned by arched bridges and traversed by rowboats. Right next to the Plaza, you and your team will also find Parque de María Luisa—a 100-acre park that features beautiful gardens, elegant fountains, horse-drawn carriages, and peaceful ponds that are home to a variety of birds. Here, we and our program participants often go on bike rides and scavenger hunts!
Built atop an underground archeological site that preserves the ruins of an ancient Roman settlement, this modern landmark is the largest wooden structure in the entire world. Because of its uncanny resemblance to a bunch of giant mushrooms, the structure is also known as Las Setas de Sevilla (the Mushrooms of Sevilla). After seeing the underground ruins, you and your team can visit the top of the structure, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking, panoramic views of the surrounding city.
The above list only scratches the surface of Sevilla’s many attractions. Other highlights include the following:
- Plaza de Toros: one of Spain’s most famous bullfighting rings
- Archivo de Indias: a UNESCO World Heritage Site that houses some of Spain’s most important historical archives
- Torre del Oro: a 13th-century, riverside watchtower that provides Sevilla with another iconic landmark.
- Palacio de las Dueñas: a gorgeous, 15th-century palace that was the birthplace of the famous Spanish poet Antonio Machado and features a flower-covered façade, an enchanting garden, and an eclectic mixture of Gothic and Moorish architectural influences.
- Museums: the Sevilla Museum of Fine Arts, the Flamenco Museum, the Archeological Museum of Sevilla, the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions—the list of museums in Sevilla goes on and on!
Leveling up Their Soccer Skills
- Honing their technical skills and teamwork abilities by training with professional Spanish soccer coaches in professional Spanish soccer team facilities.
- Putting those skills and abilities into action by playing friendly scrimmages against local youth soccer teams.
- Learning from the best by attending live training sessions of Sevilla’s professional soccer teams and meeting some of their players in person.
- Opportunity to visit both the Betis and Sevilla FC. stadiums in Sevilla.
- See the stadiums from the inside out – locker rooms, trophy rooms, press rooms, and even step onto the pitch.
Exploring Spain: Cultural Activities and Spanish Classes (Optional)
- Going on guided tours of Sevilla’s world-class attractions, such as the Royal Alcázar, the Cathedral of Sevilla, and Barrio Santa Cruz.
- Immersing themselves in the Spanish culture by taking Spanish cooking or flamenco classes.
- Developing their Spanish language skills and knowledge with interactive, engaging Spanish classes taught by native speakers.
Making Memories: Social and Recreational Activities (Optional)
- Bonding as a team through group activities such as music concerts, group dinners, movie nights, and more.
- Having fun in the Andalusian sun with outdoor activities such as guided kayak trips and bike rides.
- Participating in language exchanges and sports games with local Spanish high school students.
Broadening Their Horizons: Weekend Excursions (Optional)
- Exploring other parts of Spain with a strong football tradition, such as Madrid (with a visit to the Santiago Bernabéu stadium) and Barcelona (with a visit to the Camp Nou stadium).
- Enjoy hassle-free travel: transportation, meals, and tours are included!
Living Comfortably: Hassle-Free Housing
- Staying in a hotel or the comfortable, middle-class homes of our friendly, carefully-selected Spanish host families.
- Feeling a safe and secure sense of home-away-from-home, with 24/7 support available from our staff and/or our host families.
- Deepening their Spanish immersion experience by sharing meals and conversing with actual Spaniards (if you select the homestay option).
Eating Like a Spaniard: Authentic Spanish Meals
- Savoring home-cooked Spanish meals—daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included with the homestay housing option and can be added to the other options as well!
- Trying out Spanish staples such as paella, tortilla, croquettes, and gazpacho.
- Resting assured: special dietary requirements can be accommodated.
Dates and Fees
Soccer tours in Sevilla, Spain
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Program of soccer training classes and activities led by a professional soccer instructor in Spain.
Visits to at least one of the local stadiums of Sevilla’s major soccer clubs to take a tour of the facilities, dressing rooms, media rooms, trophy rooms and player tunnels, and also a chance to meet some of the professional players.
Accommodation and full board with a homestay family (other accommodation options available).
Program of social, cultural and recreational activities.
Optional add-on Spanish classes.
Initial orientation walk in Sevilla.
Airport reception with a representative from Centro MundoLengua and transfer to and from Sevilla airport.
Free participation in the program, including accommodation and full board, for teachers and adult chaperones. Other benefits may apply.
Optional airfare add-on.