Attention Sports Fans! Here’s Why You Should Travel To See A Sports Competition

In the United States, many different sports exist and for very good reasons. As Americans, some of us obsess over sports. We’re glued to our television sets any time there’s a game on. We cheer, scream, and encourage our favorite players. We wear jerseys, hats, and any other merchandise. This is a symbol of support for our favorite teams. We bet on which team is going to win; we even have specific leagues for this purpose. We play or participate in games of our own. Younger fans pretend they’re their favorite players, or have dreams of going professional. To add to this, these games we watch, support, bet on, and play are very well known. In fact, they are the top five largest sports in the United States; football, basketball, baseball, hockey, and soccer. However, for sports fans, you can take your obsession a step further. Here’s why you should travel to see a particular sports competition.

2019 Rugby World Cup

I know what you’re most likely thinking, rugby isn’t one of the top five largest sports in America. It’s true. Rugby is mainly popular in Argentina, Australia, England, France, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa and Wales. However, because America enjoyed a surge of rugby popularity years back, American rugby fans still exist. Rugby 2019 is going to be incredible! This is the ninth world cup tournament and it’s going to be held in Japan! The tournament will last from September 20th to November 2. This gives you months to enjoy Japan. Additionally, this is one of the reasons why you should travel to see this sports competition. Japan has unique, delicious food that is very different from home. You can experience the taste of authentic Japanese food. Their popular dishes include rice bowls, noodle soups, hot pots, and sushi. They also have Western food available in restaurants, as well as menus written in English. Their restaurants are casual and respect their culture so you’ll need to take off your shoes upon entering. If you desire to immerse yourself in Japanese culture and food, travel to Japan for the Rugby World Cup.

If you travel to Japan for the rugby world cup, you’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery and nature of Japan while watching each game. Each country are separated into pools. For example, pool C is Argentina versus The United States. Each pool, and game, is located in a different part of Japan. You can watch a rugby game in Tokyo, Yokohama, Sapporo, and Shizuoka- just to name a few. Each part of Japan is unique, and you can have the opportunity to view some amazing sights (lush trees, waters and mountains, cherry blossoms, and temples). Come to Japan to watch rugby and feast your eyes on the beauty and wonder of Japan.

There is a world cup package if you want to see rugby in Japan. A world cup package can include tickets, accommodations to certain hotels, merchandise, and Japanese speaking assistants- just to name a few highlights.

Women’s World Cup 2019

If you’re not interested in a rugby world cup, there’s the FIFA Women’s World Cup. This world cup will be held in France! The tournament will take place in nine cities across France. Each country is separated into groups. One of the reasons you should attend the Women’s World Cup is to experience France. When you’re not attending a match, you can travel to one of the many cafes in France. There you can sit and sip, and enjoy the common pleasure French natives partake in. Additionally, you can enjoy the sights while relaxing, drinking coffee, and dining on French cuisine. They won’t rush you either! You can stay for two hours with one cup of coffee! After visiting cafes, you can take in the sights that are common for tourists, such as The Eiffel Tower.

There is a world cup package if you want to see the Women’s World Cup. It is quite similar to that of rugby in Japan. A world cup package can include tickets, hotel accommodations, and merchandise.

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