Sport Travel

From motorsport to horse racing, experience sport moments that move you

Sports Travel

Travel and sport combine two of life’s greatest experiences: discovering new destinations while witnessing the iconic sporting moments that move you. Whether you want to be thrilled by Formula One racing in Melbourne or you are dreaming of seeing your favourite football team take the World Cup in Russia, sport travel with Edusport is as effortless as one click. We secure event tickets directly from official organisers and handle all your travel details for you.

Beginners Guide to the Rugby Sevens: where to catch the action live

Strap yourself in for fast and formidable rugby action! Rugby Sevens is a variant of the game we know and love, in which teams are made up of seven players playing seven minute halves, instead of the usual 15 players playing 40 minute halves. The HSBC World Rugby...
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Plan Your Next Cricket Holiday

Whether you are dreaming of watching a Test series or catching a one-day match, cricket holidays are all about soaking up the atmosphere while witnessing remarkable sportsmanship in action. Listen to the crowd roar as another six hits the boundary. Watch pure...
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La Liga: Explore Spain

If you are heading to Spain to watch La Liga, you are in for a travel treat. Much like its top professional football league, Spain is synonymous with passion. It is also a country famous for its food, beaches and fun fiestas. Here’s how to include a sun, sea and...
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Malaysian Grand Prix: Explore Malaysia

Could 2017 be your last chance to experience the Malaysian Grand Prix? Sadly, yes. In a joint decision by Formula 1 and Sepang International Circuit (SIC), this year’s Grand Prix in Malaysia will be the country’s last. The final Malaysian Grand Prix will take place...
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Our Travel Guide to the Premier League

The highly anticipated 26th Premier League season kicks off on 12 August 2017, with Chelsea taking on Burnley in the opening match. Nothing beats the thrill of sitting among thousands of fans in the cathedrals of English soccer (some of which date back to the late...
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