2019 CAF African Cup of Nations - Egypt
21 June to 19 July 2019
Baxter says Bafana group will be challenging!
Bafana Bafana have been drawn in Group D to play all 3 x Group matches at Al Salam
Stadium, Cairo, as follows:
- Monday, 24 June 2019 - Ivory Coast vs South Africa - Al Salam Stadium,
Cairo - Kick-off 3pm;
- Friday, 28 June 2019 - South Africa vs Namibia - Al Salam Stadium, Cairo -
- Monday, 01 July2019 - South Africa vs Morocco - Al Salam Stadium, Cairo -
Fully Inclusive Egypt travel packages are available for your choice as
follows: the first match only; the first 2 x matches; all 3 x
group matches; or the final match.
Packages include: Flights, 4 / 5 star Cairo accommodation, all return transfers: Cairo Airport - Hotel - Stadium on your
selected Bafana matchday, and sightseeing.
Why not email your requests to Robin@championtours.co.za or
Sam@chammpiontours.co.za for more details.
Early booking is recommended, as there is limited availability.
Please see our Standard Travel Package Options, now already available to attend the
2019 CAF Africa Cup of Nations, Egypt (also accessible from the menu on the left).
To book, or for more information, please call Cecelia on 074 288 7661 or email Robin on email@example.com or Sam on
English Premiership Football 2019
Fixtures being updated - check again soon, or check your individual team's supporter tour page
(select from the menu on the left of the page, or click on the team logo above).
For more information about English Premiership Football travel packages,
click here: English Premiership
Check the links in the menu on the left of the page too.
SA Hall of Fame - in Memory of Joost van der Westhuizen
In MEMORY of Joost van der Westhuizen, the SA Hall of Fame has decided to
LAUNCH the Official South African Hall of Fame Legacy Song, sung by Corlea
Botha for the very first time in Public. ENJOY!!!!
You can also watch and LIKE this on Facebook
Sharing Time Together At Loftus
Sharing time together at Loftus, as we celebrate Joost's life - a Blue
Bull, a Springbok, and founder of the J9 Foundation - 10 Feb 2017. Billy
Beaumont, President of World Rugby; Robin Ball, Champion Tours, and John
Robbie, British and Irish Lion in the 80 and 90's.
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