Booking to see your favourite team in action could not be simpler!
- Simply click on the team of your choice on the left hand menu of this page to see what fixtures are currently available.These are being added to on a regular basis, so if the game you’d prefer to see is not listed, please check back nearer the time to see if there is any availability.
- Click the fixture that you wish to attend.
- Next, select the package that most meets your requirements, paying particular attention to the locations and grades of hotel that are available – usually in 3, 4 or 5 star choices.
- Once you have chosen your preferred package, review the details BEFORE you make your payment.
- Check the match details, grade of hotel, final package and price that you have selected.
- Please take the time to our Booking Terms and Conditions BEFORE completing your l booking as Soccer Weekends regrets it cannot be held liable for any booking errors made by you.
- Once you are satisfied with the package you have chosen – you can then proceed by making your secure online payment to confirm your booking.
- Once your booking has been accepted by Soccer Weekends, we will confirm this in writing, either by post or online.
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