For most of the world, August in Portugal is a time of great fun. Sun, beach, intense nightlife. For us, August is also a time of great fun, but slightly different fun. Fun for us is to welcome a USA soccer girls team and fix a game with Sporting CP, one of the great European clubs.
Sports is serious business for the North-Americans. They know that the road to victory goes through a lot of work and also to learn from the best. In this way, it makes perfect sense that in recent times several US college soccer teams have asked us about our training camps in Portugal.
António da Cunha, Move Sports CEO, Director of the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival, and a former Portuguese international, is going to be the manager of the Penguins Internacional Rugby Football Club on their rugby tour to Argentina and Uruguay.
We were going to meet the Outsiders, a group of rugby veterans from Brisbane, with an average age of 50, and we were worried about it.
Our #TBT this week goes to the Football Tour of Millfield School, in 2011. The young players had a great sports experience at Sporting’s Academy, one of the best football academies not only in Portugal but also in Europe.
Back in June 2014, Move Sports was pleased to organise a soccer tour for Cabrini College around Lisbon and Algarve.