Visit, Compete, Train and Relax in South Africa
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Whether you’re a professional team looking for a world-class training and competition experience or an amateur side wanting to combine a few friendly matches with an African holiday, we’re here to help you plan the trip of a lifetime.VisitCape Town is a multi-award winning African city that offers the best that the continent has to offer: a modern cosmopolitan city, nestled between mountains and ocean, just a short drive away from the African bushveld teeming with wildlife.CompeteSouth Africa is a passionate sporting country and visitors can look forward to competing against professional or club teams as well as local high school and primary school sides. The perfect scouting ground for new exportable talent.TrainWe offer one-on-one coaching sessions, consultations with nutritionists, biokineticists and sports psychologists as well as world-class gym and training facilities plus professional performance tracking and analytics.RelaxCape Town offers an astounding selection of once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Whether it’s a hike up iconic Table Mountain, a wine tasting in the Stellenbosch vineyards or a daredevil paraglide of Lion’s Head, your only problem will be deciding which incredible experience to do first!
We would suggest at least a week or more depending on what you would like the tour to include.
- Professional teams looking for a world-class training and competition experience or an amateur side wanting to combine a few friendly matches with an African holiday
- Sporting attire
- All spectators are welcome.
- Booking and planning in advance is essential.
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Cape Town International Airport is a short 14-hour direct flight from most destinations in the Americas, Europe and Australasia. It has been voted Best Airport in Africa by the Skytrax Awards every year 2010-2017 and offers a range of affordable flights from destinations across the globe.
Our city makes the safety of its visitors a top priority, making it a preferred choice for conference, tourism and sports groups. Having hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Cape Town offers safe modes of public and private transport, a selection of quality accommodation to suit every budget and breathtaking sea and cityscapes that provide an unforgettable backdrop for your adventure.
Best City Award As Voted By The Telegraph In 2016
Our coaches will match you with teams of a similar skill level to ensure that you have a competitive experience. We cater for all sporting disciplines from netball to water polo, soccer, cricket, rugby, cycling, athletics, hockey and much, much more.
As part of our drive to develop various sporting codes in local communities lacking in resources, visiting teams can opt to play a match against a development side and spend some time getting involved in community outreach programmes.
South Africa also hosts a number of internationally acclaimed sporting competitions including the Cape Town Sevens, the Cape Town Marathon (IAAF Gold Race), the Cape Town Cycle Tour (the world’s largest timed cycle race) and the Dusi Canoe Marathon.
Why Not Combine Your Visit With A Visit To An International Tournament?
Our coaching team is headed up by Ryan Maron, an international sports coach with extensive experience training professional teams in the West Indies, Holland and Afghanistan.
Our offices are based in the iconic Villagers Football Club, right in the middle of Cape Town’s sporting hub. We are a short walk away from the legendary Newlands Rugby and Cricket Stadiums as well as the world-renowned Sports Science Institute which is equipped with a high-performance gym, cycling laboratory and an Athlete Monitoring & Assessment System – staffed by top sports performance specialists.
Your Team Can Spend A Portion Of Its Time Here Under Assessment By Some Of The World’s Most Highly Trained Sports Scientists And Performance Analysts
Cape Town offers visitors an endless selection of leisure activities to fill the gaps between training and match times: whether you are looking for a relaxed tour of the lush Cape vineyards or an adrenaline-filled abseil off Table Mountain.
The city has a vibrant nightlife and is known as one of the culinary capitals of the world. Once the home of Nelson Mandela, you have the opportunity for a once in a lifetime tour of Robben Island Museum (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) before a short flight to Kruger National Park for a game drive and the chance to spot the Big 5.
Surf the morning waves off Noordhoek beach, hike Platteklip Gorge, take a drive down the Garden Route and enjoy the Cape coast or spending your evenings playing volleyball on the beach as the sun sets.
In 2016 Cape Town Was Awarded The Conde Naste Best City For Restaurants & Bars As Well As The 2nd Best City In The World.
We Have MultiSport Expertise:
• Water Polo