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Soccer Tournaments in France

Any team that chooses to play soccer tournaments in France is, quite possibly, going to face some of the best youth players in the world. That’s because, over the past decade or so, France has surpassed the Netherlands as the most prolific developer of young soccer talent in Europe.

Players like Zidane, Henry, Viera and Gallas have all come up through the French youth development system and there seem to be plenty more coming through the ranks if the emergence of Franc Ribery at the 2006 World Cup is anything to go by.

Easily accessible from all parts of western Europe, including England, you will find a wide diversity of playing styles. Eifel Tower

Travel options and tourist destinations are also plentiful, with something to suit every soccer family, from the big city charms of Paris to the seaside resorts of both the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts.

Paris is pricey, as is the south, but the Normandy coast offers a far more affordable experience, and one that is, perhaps, more authentically French.

History buffs should not pass up the opportunity to visit the D-Day beaches of Normandy, which are both educational and inspirational. You can find more information here.

Meanwhile, here is our list of French soccer tournaments.


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If you are the director of a soccer tournament in France, you can have your event listed here by filling out our soccer tournament submission form. If you can send us a logo, too, and a brief description of the event, we'll get you listed right away.



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