F.C. Global – Travelling Alone? Why Not to Worry On Our Soccer Tour

At F.C. Global, we understand it might be a daunting prospect for you to allow your young soccer player to travel alone to a soccer tour and compete in one of the largest youth soccer tournaments in Europe. But rest assured that you child will be in very capable hands! Our qualified staff and professional coaches will look after them throughout the whole journey and ensure they have an unforgettable experience.

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Individual travelers, or those traveling in small groups, have an amazing opportunity to play against some of Europe’s elite teams whilst learning valuable life and social skills along the way, all within a controlled environment. Players who travel independently find themselves interacting with like-minded soccer players from across the U.S and often forge lasting friendships that stand the test of time.

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F.C. Global welcome parents and family members to travel with individuals and small groups but also understand the constraints of a family summer schedule. Knowing this, we do our very best to ensure any child traveling alone has a fantastic experience and never feels excluded on an F.C. Global soccer tour.

Whilst Global Team Events have always offered individual and small group travel packages, F.C. Global is open to players from all 50 U.S States ensuring it is uniquely positioned to offer independent travelers an unforgettable soccer tour, playing in either of Europe’s largest youth soccer tournaments.

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No matter your group size there is room for everyone to play with F.C. Global. From complete teams to small groups and even unaccompanied individual players, everyone has the chance to experience a youth soccer tour and the have the experience of a lifetime.

For more information on F.C Global and the two tour options we offer this year please head here where you can register your interest and speak to an F.C. Global coach who will be happy to go through any questions you may have about individual players traveling unaccompanied.