17 Jun Watch Stoke City vs. Manchester United / Liverpool / Arsenal / Chelsea
Although we are still some way off form the start of the 2016/17 Premier League campaign attentions has already began to veer toward the new season following the release of the fixture for the new season last week. We have some fantastic fixtures on offer like Stoke -v- Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Spurs and the mighty Leicester City
Many of our customers and regular readers of our blog will know just how varied our packages are. Although our trips to Spain are popular, so are our Premier League team tours, as long as many tours to play a series of friendly matches across England.
Next April we have a unique Premier League team trip opportunity available.Together with our relationship with Stoke City participants will get to be pre-match flag bearers before the clash with the world famous Manchester United.
Travel will be by Ferry, leaving Dublin Port for Holyhead in Wales; a famous route for many Irish football fans travelling to watch teams in England for many years. From Holyhead the group will head first head to Manchester, before making their way to Stoke the following morning.
Stoke City have gone from strength to strength in recent years, always looking especially impressive at their home ground the Britannia Stadium. The trip will be from April 7 – 9 with the Premier League clash one of the team tour highlights.
However, the team tour will begin with a trip to Old Trafford to tour the famous stadium, with the possibility of lunch there at the famous Red Café. After the stadium tour at Old Trafford the group will travel to their accommodation for dinner and an early night’s rest before the following day of action.
Before the aforementioned trip to to see the Red Devils play there will be a slightly more serious matter – a match against UK opposition. Through our ties with many clubs across the UK we will arrange a match against local opposition who suit your team’s level of ability and of course age-group.
These match-ups prove to be a key experience in the development of your team’s players, giving them the opportunity to play against opposition from outside of their regional league, or indeed Ireland itself.