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Unleash your passion for football in Wallonia

Brussels, Tubize, Durbuy, Han-sur-Lesse and Transinne

9 Days, incl*.:

  • Visit to Atomium 
  • Visit to Mini-Europe
  • Visit to Grotte de Han
  • Visit to Euro Space Center
  • Visit to Durbuy Adventure Park

*Accommodation and sport not included, for full package visit Corporate website

Follow the footsteps of the famous football players of the Red Devil to Belgium where football is an inseparable part of the people’s life. The demand for a football training camp is growing day by day, especially now that World Cup 2018 is in season. Let HEY! Belgium guide the young football players to the unique football camp in Belgium, where the potential future players can train in the official training ground of the Red Devil and stay in Martin’s Red Hotel where everything is themed around this Belgian national football team!




Day 1: Arrival in Brussels

Check-in Martin’s Red Hotel**** Tubize (not included in price)

Martin's Red fits within the context of an extensive campaign to promote sports in Belgium. Its sports facilities have been developed to provide a headquarters worthy of the name to the Red Devils (Belgium’s national football team), as well as to support Belgian football in general, including training.


Welcome by trainers 

The young football players will be welcomed warmly by our selected trainers for the trip. The welcome briefing will fire up the participants' passion for the sport and get them ready for the training camp.







Day 2: Explore Brussels

Visit the Atomium

Built for the World Fair in Brussels in 1958, the Atomium is nowadays the most popular attraction and the symbol of Europe’s Capital.

Visit Mini-Europe

Located at the foot of the Atomium, MINI-EUROPE is the only park where you can have a tour around Europe in a few short hours. A truly unique voyage! Stroll amid the typical ambiance of the most beautiful towns of the Old Continent.

Visit Autoworld

Decades of evolution in technology, comfort, safety and increasing concern with the environment are on display in Autoworld, from the earliest models of the distant past to contemporary cars that prefigure the automobile of tomorrow and beyond.

Visit Grand Place and Mannekin Pis

Brussels has a lot to offer, from the majestic Grand Place to the quirky Mannekin Pis. The participants will get to take a walk down to the area and discover Brussels for themselves. 

Dinner at Chez Leon

A stone's throw from the Brussels GrandPlace, the 'rich theatre', to borrow a phrase from Jean Cocteau, is the Ilot Sacré. At the heart of this neighborhood, the Léon restaurant, temple of mussels and chips, has been in existence for more than 100 years.







Day 3&4: Practice makes perfect

Practice sports/football

An intensive and fun training schedule with our skilled football coaches and the training equipment of Martin's Red Hotel and the training ground of Belgian Football Center will surely put the participants in high energy and fire up the passion within each and every one of them. 






Day 5: To infinity and beyond

Visit Grotte de Han and Wildlife Park

Bear, bison, wolf, lynx... all of the animals welcome you in a spectacular scenery of a preserved area of 250 ha, elected Best Wildlife Park in Belgium! To visit by Safari-bus or on foot (walking trail of 2.5 km or 5 km). And then plunge into the heart of the geological miracles of one of the most beautiful caves in Europe. 

Transport to and visit Euro Space Center

Welcome to our launch base. Come aboard and explore the daily life of astronauts. With us, you’ll relive the conquest of space and walk on the Moon and on Mars! Like Buzz, you’ll discover a fascinating universe. Your destination? Space travel!





Day 6: Practice, practice and fun!

Dinner at frietshop (not included)

An intensive training session combined with a visit to a french fries shop with a ton of fun and it is a quick lovely rest for the young football players to make up for the energy lost on the football practice.





Day 7: Meet Durbuy, the smallest town in the world

Visit Durbuy Adventure Park

Adventure Valley Durbuy forms a single large park near the Ourthe. Adventure Valley Durbuy offers many sports, educational and relaxation activities for young and old such as kayaking, nature walks, tree climbing, mountain biking, etc.





Day 8: Goal!

Practice sports/football 

On the last day of activity, the young football players will go head to head in the final match under the supervision of our highly skilled coaches. The match will mark an end to the football training camp and the participants will have a friendly match not to keep score but to have fun!





Day 9: Departure day

End your journey by heading back to the Airport

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