Valencia Football Development Tour 2019

Valencia Football Development Tour

Following the success of the 2018 football development tour to Valencia CF, another trip has been planned for October 2019.

The six day / five night trip is planned for Friday 11th to Wednesday 16th October and open to Prep pupils currently in Years 3-6. Run by leading sports tour operator Inspiresport, it offers students a unique opportunity to participate in training sessions delivered by Valencia CF coaches, play competitive matches against local Spanish opposition and gain unrivalled access to world-class facilities at the Mestalla Stadium and first team training ground at Paterna.

An extraordinary sporting experience, pupils will also enjoy a cultural experience in this stunning province of Spain.

To register your child, please do so via your ParentPay account, where your deposit can be paid.

To view photographs from the 2018 tour, please visit our Facebook page.

Pupils' experiences are enriched by an extensive range of visits and extra-curricular activities, locally, regionally and internationally.


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