We are sports experts
We excel at organisingRugbyBasketballHandballFootballtournaments
Move Sports has the knowledge and experience to organise big sports events such as the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival, Lisbon Basketball Youth Cup, Lisbon Handball Youth Cup, Portugal Legends Handball Cup and Lisbon Football Youth Cup.
Lisbon - April 6 & 7, 2024
The greatest European rugby tournament for youth teams. Give your team an unforgettable experience: rugby matches against international opponents, exciting leisure time activities, and great entertainment.
Lisbon - October 28 & 29, 2023
Our major youth football tournament is open to clubs, schools and academies. Attending teams will have the opportunity to play with international opponents and experience the spirit of multiculturalism and fair play.
The Portugal Summer Football Cup is the latest and most anticipated senior football tournament. To be held on June 29 & 30, 2024, during the summer, the event will have both 7-a-side (open & over 35) and 11-a-side (open & over 35) categories for semi-professional, amateur & university teams, and even teams of friends.
Words from those who make
our tournaments great
At Move Sports, we've been organising the greatest tournaments since 2008. Thousands of athletes from clubs, schools and academies from all parts of the world have joined us in Lisbon, Portugal to play rugby, football and now also handball and basketball.
Can't skip Portugal. Can't skip Lisbon.
Portugal was named the World's Leading Destination 2019 and Europe's Leading Destination 2020 & 2022 by the World Travel Awards.
Lisbon was also Europe's Capital of Sports 2021, Europe's Leading City Break Destination in 2019 & 2022 and both the World’s and Europe’s Leading Seaside Metropolitan Destination 2022.
Safety is always one of the biggest concerns when travelling, specially with children, but not to Portugal. According to Global Peace Index (2022), Portugal is the world’s 6th safest country.
The heart of Lisbon is filled with wide avenues, green trees, modernist-style buildings, mosaic decorations
and numerous cafes.
The city is now being reborn and renovated and was recently considered one of the trendiest cities of the world.
In general, Portugal boasts a temperate climate all year round with long hot summers, warm spring and autumn months and relatively mild winters. The city of Lisbon and its surroundings are located in the coastal area, facing the Atlantic Ocean.
The capital, Lisbon, is a captivating city filled with fascinating history and can be explored very conveniently. Visit the famous neighborhoods of Alfama, Mouraria and Graça, the city’s oldest quarters and perhaps its most atmospheric parts. Nearby, Lisbon’s dramatically located Castle dates back to Roman times and offers breathtaking city panoramas over roof-tops and across the mighty River Tagus, the waterfront suburb of Belém - the departure point for Portugal’s great discoverers of the 15th and 16th centuries - and the impressive Lisbon sights, thoughtfully clustered together.
Portugal is an exceedingly friendly place. Its people are some of the nicest around to visiting tourists and truly have pleasure and enjoyment being good hosts. Most locals will speak perfect English without any visible annoyance, even with pleasure!
The city of Lisbon has a fantastic atmosphere. The options for spending a free day in Lisbon are almost infinite, with its ancient and modern architecture, all kinds of interesting monuments scattered around every corner, exciting touristic activities such as City Bus, Tuk Tuk and Sailing Tours, or even its wide selection of high-end Shopping Centres. A must see for anyone who wants to experience southern European lifestyle at its best.
Lisbon is only 2 hours away from most western European cities and there are now many low cost flight connections to the city's main airport.
Extensive experience and know-how
We work with clubs, schools, academies and companies from all over the world, delivering memorable training camps & sports tours, tournaments and corporate events
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