Fundamentally, the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival is the ability to make 28 151 people happy in an area of 100 thousand square meters, for 48 hours and 300 games of great excitement.
There should be nothing about rugby that impressed Lewis Moody. The English international and Lion has been in all the rugby world's fields, in all the world's changing rooms in many of the great moments of the game and, like the warrior he was and is, he is not a man to be impressed.
George Tavner and Andrew Webb, two prestigious youth coaches from the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and England’s Premiership, will lead three workshops during this year's Portugal Rugby Youth Festival (PRYF).
Portugal was awarded the ITB Earth Award 2019. This annual award highlights destinations with a strategy for tourism that favours sustainable development and contributes to fighting climate change and environmental degradation.
Sports tourism, especially sports tours and corporate sports events, should be a strategic priority for Portugal’s tourism. The defence of this strategic bet is made by António Cunha, CEO of Move Sports, in an interview with Notícias Magazine, published last February 19.
KV Mechelen will be playing the Belgium Cup Final after a convincing 2-1 win over Union Saint-Gilloise in the semi-finals, this past January 29th. And it all started with a training camp in southern Spain tailored by Move Sports.