Clubs regain wanderlust after Covid break


FC Porto largely dominated the tournament for its first participation!
FC Porto largely dominated the tournament for its first participation! (Photo Jerome Bouchacourt)

After the forced break due to the Covid, amateur football clubs are resuming their sports season and their projects filled with hope and certainty. Despite a difficult context (crisis in Urkaine, inflation etc.), everyone says that the worst is behind them and that the situation cannot be worse than during the health crisis with mask, confinement, amputated championships and canceled matches.

Since August 2022, pre-season courses, cohesion courses and requests for international tournaments are numerous and ComeOn Sport agency, can confirm it. French but also English and European amateur clubs are present and project themselves with their sports teams. Moreover, from a general point of view, tourism in France has returned to its 2019 level, a sign that the Covid is behind us. This is how Surques Escoeilles, after hosting the English club AFC Valor on August 20, will see its young U18s play the English club Teddington, in pre-season training in Boulogne / Mer and in the region on weekends. -end of September 3-4. 18 players and as many English parents made the trip and will liven up the atmosphere this Saturday, September 3 at the US Surques stadium at 4 p.m. and at 11 a.m. in St Omer the next day.

Sports trips form young sports people and amateur football clubs rediscover colors and the desire to move beyond borders. The young USL Dunkerque U15 went to win a tournament last May in Holland, as did the club CS Mainvilliers in U13.

Requests explode to participate in tournaments abroad

On the other side of the Atlantic, American and Canadian soccer/football clubs are moving and coming to Europe! The Phenix des Rivières soccer club will take part in a major international tournament in Spain at Easter, again with the ComeOn Sport agency.

Football tournaments in Croatia in April, in Spain or in Holland, ComeOn Sport will help more than ever French amateur clubs to go to tournaments this season!

ComeOn Sport, a sports agency dedicated to amateur team sports since 2005 can testify to this. Never before have so many clubs and teams penalized since 2020 been so keen to move forward and make sporting plans for this new season, despite the new uncertainties linked to the war in Ukraine, the rise in transport prices and the energy crisis.

The 2022-2023 season promises to be brilliant in terms of sports camps, football trips and tournaments with the explosion in demand on both sides of the Channel and across the Atlantic, made possible by a strong dollar, making sports trips to Europe cheaper. . ComeOn Sport has been helping clubs since its creation in 2005 and the 2022-2023 season is looking very promising.



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