Protravel International Customizes Trips to the Women’s World Cup in France

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Luxury travel agency Protravel International is offering curated packages to what is predicted to be one of the most sought-after sporting events of 2019, the Women’s World Cup in France.

The full match schedule for the 2019 Women’s World Cup, taking place June 7 to July 7 in nine different host cities throughout France, will be published December 8, 2018, but Protravel is already seeing tremendous interest in the event. The full match schedule will be available on Saturday, December 8, following the 2019 Women’s World Cup draw in Paris.

In recent years, attendance at the Women’s World Cup ranged from more than 26,000 to more than 37,000 per match. With France as the host country, those numbers are expected to spike.

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Protravel is offering several options to soccer fans at several locations:

  • Follow Team USA packages
  • Semi + Final Packages in Lyon
  • Customized packages to any match or combination of matches throughout the tournament

Powell urges soccer fans to book early since many have been waiting for the December 8 draw to begin booking their trips.

Twenty-four of the world’s elite soccer nations come together every four years to compete in the historic event. This is the first time France has hosted the tournament, now in its eighth edition, and the third time it has been held in Europe.

For more information, visit www.protravelinc.com.

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