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INDIANA SOCCER AT THE 2011 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP IN GERMANY

April 22, 2011 10:51 PM

In July a select group of German girls with the Berlin Soccer Association will be traveling to the Indiana as part of the cultural Soccer Exchange Program established in 2010. During their visit to the United States they will be participating in the Region II Olympic Development Camp and a Private Friendly Tournament.
 
See link for more information on the visitors:
 
Now, we are looking forward to you being a part of Indiana Soccer voyage to the Women’s World Cup. This page reflects the scope of services that will be offered to the members of Indiana Soccer.
 
Dates:
 
Women coaches and players - June 25th- July 2nd 
 
NOTE: This program is exclusively for members of Indiana Soccer.    
 
If a roster of 15 players is not completed this year, the participants that come with Indiana Soccer would have an opportunity to play friendly games with some German teams. Indiana players would blend with some of the teams to have a European soccer experience. The coach’s program will remain the same way. 
 
2011 Women’s World Cup
 
German City Visits
·       Berlin
o   June 25th - June 27th 
·       Dresden
o    June 28th  
·       Cologne
o    June 29th - July 2nd 
 
 
World Cup Matches:
Sunday, June 26th
1: Opening Match of the Women’s World Cup
Germany vs. Canada
 
Tuesday, June 28th
2: USA vs. Korea DPR
 
Thursday, June 30th
3: Canada vs. France
 
Friday, July 1st
4: Japan vs. Mexico
 
Join fellow American fans as we support our teams in stadiums throughout historic Germany. Indiana Soccer is providing its member the opportunity to follow the US through their first two group games, as well as Japan vs. Mexico. This fully guided soccer vacation includes tours of the German host cities, daily cultural activities around Germany, and even a meet and greet with a star from the Women’s World Cup!
If you would like to secure your space or have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kert Toler at Kerttoler@gmail.com or call him at 317-847-4086.
 
Deliverables include:
 
 
Price is all-inclusive, from departure city upon returning home.
 
•                Round-trip flight
•                Hotel Full Accommodations
•                City visits to Berlin Dresden & Wolfsburg
•                Complete Sightseeing & cultural program
•                All Internal Ground Transportation
•                3-meals per day
•                Fully escorted 24 hours a day by 2 English speaking Local Guides
•                Private security officer onsite during duration of tour
 
 
Pricing Per Person: $ 3,500 USD
 
 
~ Groups will have no other expense besides souvenirs, shopping, drinks etc. ~
  
 
~What to expect~
 
 
For those who accompany the Indiana Youth Soccer group to Germany in 2011 you will have much more in store during your travel then simply watching Women’s National Team soccer matches.  You will have the chance to experience one of the most historic countries in the world.  The Indiana WWC program will provide you with private local guides, custom sightseeing excursions, dining at top authentic German restaurants and much more.
 
Dining: 
During your visit you will have the opportunity to dine at some of the most famous restaurants in Berlin.  Having a mix between 5-Star restaurants such as dinner at the TV-Tower, to authentic family owned German restaurants known only by the locals.
 
Sightseeing: 
 
Berlin is one of the most historically rich cities in the world.  During your travel you will be able to visit some of the following historic landmarks listed below plus many other surprises.
Itinerary Items:
 
·       German Reichstag
·       Madame Tussauds
·       Deutsche Dom
·       Brandenburg Gate
·       Mauer Museum
·       Not to forget European shopping
 
 
Entertainment:
 
·       Friedrichstadt Palast
·       Trabi Safari
·       German soccer programs
 
 
Private Guides:
 
During your visit to Germany you will have full service guides available to you 24 hours a day.  The local guides have private transportation to escort you during all of your sightseeing excursions and travels throughout.  Providing you with insight into the culture our guides will make sure that you see and do everything you desire during your time in Germany.
 
 
 
 

 

 

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