WorldStrides Sports is dedicated to delivering the best international sports tour experience possible. If you would like to learn more about how WorldStrides Sports can help you plan an international sports tour, please feel free to contact us at any time by filling out the form below or contacting us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (410-489-2287).
See the world through the eyes of the beautiful game
With passport in hand, embarking on an international soccer tour means you are not just a representative of the game, you are an ambassador of your team, your town, your community, and your country. What could be more exciting for any soccer player, at any age or skill level?
Our talent for crafting customized programs has earned us a reputation as the leader in organizing athletes for soccer tours. There’s good reason why youth clubs, academies, ODP squads, and university teams choose us to facilitate friendly games, tournament play, FIFA-sanctioned competition – we have the contacts and connections you need to get on the right field, against the right competition, with the right facilities, in the country of your choice.
Challenge your youth club or academy with entirely new opponents while introducing them to exciting new cultures.
Prepare for the upcoming NCAA season with highly competitive matches against top-flight development teams in major soccer markets.
WorldStrides Excel takes high school teams from around the country to a wide variety of destinations where they experience international soccer and culture.
Raise the bar for your standout players with exposure to their international counterparts that will immediately put their soccer IQ to the test.
Soccer coaches, clubs, and groups share their destination experiences.
Chris Goldkamp, Parent, Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer ODP
The ability for players to travel to play international friendly matches is essential in the development of their game. WorldStrides provides just the right ratio of game to tourist experience and takes all of the worry out of going abroad with families and young players.