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There will no training on Friday for the Varsity and JV team. Enjoy Eagle Fest!
 

Rescheduled McCutcheon Game


(dateline: Aug 25 2014)

The McCutcheon game has been reschedule for Wednesday, August 27th at 6:00pm. The bus will depart at 4:00pm.

 

Bus Departure Times


(dateline: Aug 25 2014)

Bus Departure Times – All buses leave from the 875 facility.

Tuesday 8/26 Varsity/JV departs at 4:00pm.

Wednesday 8/27 Varsity departs at 4:00pm.

Wednesday 8/27 C Team departs at 5:00pm

Friday 8/29 C Team departs at 4:00pm

Saturday 8/30 Varsity/JV departs at 11:30am.

 

C Team Game Addition


(dateline: Aug 25 2014)

C Team Schedule Addition

We have picked up an additional game for the C Team.

Wednesday, October 1st away game vs. Brownsburg at 5:30 pm.

The schedule and calendar have been updated.

Please click on the link for the updated schedule.

http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1409019470.pdf

Please click on the link for the updated calendar.

http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1409019522.pdf

 

Varsity, JV, and C Team Schedule Updates

Varsity and JV Schedule Changes: University game on August 28th has been cancelled. A home game against Cathedral has been added to September 4th.

C Team Schedule Changes: August 25th will be a home game with Fishers that begins at 5:30pm. August 27th will be a away game at Fishers that will begin at 7:00pm. Bus departure time to be announced on Monday.

Please click on the link for the updated Team Schedules

http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1408923697.pdf

Please click on the link for the updated Calendar

http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1408923650.pdf

 

Week of 8/25/14 Activities


(dateline: Aug 24 2014)

Week of 8/25/14 Activities

Monday: C Team home game vs. Fishers at 5:30 pm. Varsity/JV training 4-6pm.

Tuesday: Varsity/JV away game vs. Fishers 5:30/7:00pm. C Team training 4-6pm.

Varsity/JV vs. Fishers 8/26/14

Varsity/JV Team away game vs. Fishers. Bus departs from 875 Facility at 3:45pm

Fishers High School: 13000 Promise Road, Fishers, IN 46038

Google Map Link:

https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=1000+Mulberry+Street,+Zionsville,+IN&daddr=13000+Promise+Road,+Fishers,+IN&hl=en&sll=39.941528,-86.094834&sspn=0.262173,0.617294&geocode=FeTEYQIdAJjb-imnrUTjdVUTiDH04goig4q9sg%3BFWcBYgIdCTHg-in38lZPy7UUiDGDnra5P-QQiQ&oq=13000+Promise+Road&mra=ls&t=m&z=12

Wednesday: C Team away game vs. Fishers at 7:00pm. Varsity/JV training 4-6pm.

C Team away game vs. Fishers @ 7:00pm. Bus departs from 875 Facility. Departure time to be announced on Monday..

Fishers High School: 13000 Promise Road, Fishers, IN 46038

Google Map Link:

https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=1000+Mulberry+Street,+Zionsville,+IN&daddr=13000+Promise+Road,+Fishers,+IN&hl=en&sll=39.941528,-86.094834&sspn=0.262173,0.617294&geocode=FeTEYQIdAJjb-imnrUTjdVUTiDH04goig4q9sg%3BFWcBYgIdCTHg-in38lZPy7UUiDGDnra5P-QQiQ&oq=13000+Promise+Road&mra=ls&t=m&z=12

Thursday: Varsity/JV/C Team training 4-6pm

Friday: C Team away game vs. Carmel at 5:30pm. V/JV training for those that did not volunteer for Eagle Fest 4-6pm.

C Team away game vs. Carmel @ 5:30pm. Bus departs from 875 Facility at 4:00pm

Carmel High School: 520 East Main Street Carmel, IN 46032

Google Map Link:

https://www.google.com/maps/dir/1000+Mulberry+Street,+Zionsville,+IN/520+E+Main+St,+Carmel,+IN+46032/@39.9778777,-86.236163,13z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x88135575e344ada7:0xb2bd8a83220ae2f4!2m2!1d-86.272!2d39.961828!1m5!1m1!1s0x8814adc75333266f:0x13461823455652!2m2!1d-86.1196578!2d39.9784719!3e0?hl=en

Saturday: Varsity/JV away game vs. Carmel 1:00pm and 2:30pm.

Bus departs from 875 Facility. Departure time to be announced on Monday.

Carmel High School: 520 East Main Street Carmel, IN 46032

Google Map Link:

https://www.google.com/maps/dir/1000+Mulberry+Street,+Zionsville,+IN/520+E+Main+St,+Carmel,+IN+46032/@39.9778777,-86.236163,13z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x88135575e344ada7:0xb2bd8a83220ae2f4!2m2!1d-86.272!2d39.961828!1m5!1m1!1s0x8814adc75333266f:0x13461823455652!2m2!1d-86.1196578!2d39.9784719!3e0?hl=en

 

Varsity/JV Schedule Change


(dateline: Aug 20 2014)
The varsity and jv schedule has been changed. The Universty game has been cancelled and Cathedral has been added to the schedule. The schedule and calendar have been modified to reflect the schedule changes. All info can be found on the website or by clicking on the following links Calendar www.tcteaams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1408207325.pdf Schedules www.tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1408207278.pdf
 

Eagle Fest Volunteers


(dateline: Aug 17 2014)

Eagle Fest

Friday, August 29th from 5-7:00pm at Jennings Field (west of the football stadium).

Eagle Fest is an Athletic Department fund raiser that benefits all middle and high school athletic teams. Volunteer help from all sports is needed to make this fund raiser successful. All sports teams have been requested to provide volunteers for this event.

All boys soccer team members who sign up and participate as a volunteer at Eagle Fest will be excused from practice on Friday, August 29th. I have heard rumor that the practice is going to be a conditioning day!!

The volunteer sign up can be accessed by clicking on the following link.

http://www2.mysignup.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi?datafile=eagle_fest

Meijer presents

Eagle Fest 2014

Friday, August 29th

5-7pm

Jennings Field

Eagle Fest kicks-off the 2014-2015 school district athletics season and has been a Zionsville tradition for 31 years! Sponsored by the Zionsville Athletic Booster Club, funds earned from Eagle Fest support athletic programs at Zionsville Community High School, Zionsville Middle School and Zionsville West Middle School.

Join the fun with music, games, dunk tank, bounce houses, dinner, face painting, new spirit wear, and appearances by cheerleaders, dance teams, marching band, and more!

Advance tickets are available at Kern Bros. in Boone Village and ZCS Athletic Departments ($6 each). You can also purchase tickets the night of the event at the Eagle Fest gate ($8 each).

Credit cards will be accepted for ticket and spirit wear purchases the night of the event.

Support our student athletes and plan to attend. We hope to see you there!

 

2015 Spain Organizational Meeting.

Monday, August 18th in the main cafeteria at 7:00pm

The summer 2015 Spain tour has been approved by the school board!!


James Firth from East/West travel will be coming in from Cleveland for an organizational meeting with parents and students. James will be discussing the trip, preparations, financial aspects, and to answer questions. We will also be discussing fund raising opportunities and creating a fund raising committee.

The Spain trip is available for all current 9th to 11th graders and their families.

 

C Team Schedule Change


(dateline: Aug 16 2014)

C Team Schedule Change

The C team game on Wednesday, August 20th vs. Avon has been rescheduled. The game has been moved to Tuesday, Augus19th at 5:30pm. The game will begin at 5:30pm.

I have updated the Team Schedule and Team Calendar.

Please click on the following link for Team Schedules

http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1408207278.pdf

Please click on the following link for team calendar.

http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1408207325.pdf

 

Home Game Parent Volunteers


(dateline: Aug 16 2014)

Home Game Parent Volunteers

Parent volunteers are needed at all home games. At each game, ticket takers, score keepers, and announcers are needed. A volunteer signup sheet has been set up at Sign Up Genius for all three teams. Please follow the link below and sign up for the volunteer spots.

Thank you for your support of our student athletes.

Sign Up Genius Directions

  1. Access Sign Up Genius by click on the below lin.

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/4090E4EAFA82DAB9-game

  1. Check the sign up box(es) on the right hand side of each volunteer slot.
  2. When you have selected all of your volunteer spots, click on the “Submit and Sign Up” button at the bottom of the page.
  3. Fill out name and email address and submit. You do not have to create an account to use this website. Your email address will be used to send you an email reminder of the volunteer slots assigned to you.
 

2015 Spain Organizational Meeting


(dateline: Aug 13 2014)

2015 Spain Organizational Meeting.

Monday, August 18th in the main cafeteria at 7:00pm

The summer 2015 Spain tour has been approved by the school board!!


James Firth from East/West travel will be coming in from Cleveland for an organizational meeting with parents and students. James will be discussing the trip, preparations, financial aspects, and to answer questions. We will also be discussing fund raising opportunities and creating a fund raising committee.

The Spain trip is available for all current 9th to 11th graders and their families.

Please see the 2015 Spain tour itinerary below.

East-West Global Travel

P.O. Box 601 · Aurora, OH 44202 · 800/562-2350 · ewgt@windstream.net

Itinerary Outline for

ZIONSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER

Training & Sightseeing/Madrid, Lloret de Mar and Barcelona, Spain

July 9-19, 2015.

July 9: Depart Indianapolis for overnight journey to Madrid, Spain. After connecting in a US gateway city, arrival in Madrid will be in the morning of the next day.

July 10: Upon arrival in Madrid, and after clearing Spanish Customs and Immigration, your group will be met by a local representative and a privately chartered bus. Your local representative and privately chartered bus will be on hand on a full time basis, insuring that your stay in the area goes smoothly. You will be transferred to your accommodations, a tourist class hotel located near the city center. Here the players will be accommodated in triple rooms, and any adults and boosters accompanying the group will be in double or single rooms, as needed. All rooms with have private bathroom and shower facilities. Two meals daily will be provided for all travelers, with breakfast buffets at the hotel and lunches or dinners provided at local restaurants or the hotel.

After checking in and unpacking, you will meet your local representative and have the chance to explore the city on your own for the remainder of the afternoon and evening.

July 11: After breakfast the group will have a tour of Madrid. While Madrid is a modern world capital in every sense of the word, it has preserved the look and feel of many of its historic neighborhoods and streets. You will see many of the landmarks that make the city so iconic, such as the Royal Palace of Madrid, the Royal Theatre with its restored 1850 Opera House, the 19th-century National Library building (founded in 1712) containing some of Spain's historical archives and more. After the tour, you will have some free time to catch some lunch at one of the many cafes around the Cibeles Palace and Fountain, which has become the monument symbol of the city.

This afternoon the team will transfer to a local club where you will have a training session with a local professional coach.

In the evening you might enjoy an excursion to one of the many unique restaurants in the city center for dinner. Since you will have access to the bus on a full time basis, the possibilities are endless.

July 12: This morning the group will have an excursion to Segovia, an ancient city with a history that dates back to Roman times. You will tour the city and also have time to see two of the most iconic sights here, the Alcazar and the Segovia Cathedral.

In the late afternoon you will transfer to a club where the Zionsville HS team will play a friendly match against a local team.

The remainder of the evening will be free.

July 13: This morning the group will check out of the hotel and transfer to the airport in Madrid. Here you will board a brief flight for Barcelona.

Upon arrival in Barcelona, your group will be met by another local representative and a privately chartered bus.

From the airport on the outskirts of the city, you will transfer to the nearby beach resort city of Lloret de Mar. Here the group will be accommodated in a tourist class hotel located within walking distance of the promenade and the beach. Players will be in double rooms, with breakfasts and dinners provided each day.

July 14: In the morning will be free to relax and perhaps explore the promenade and city of Lloret de Mar.

In the afternoon the Zionsville HS team will transfer to a local club to play a friendly match against a good quality team.

The remainder of the evening will be free.

July 15: After breakfast you will check out and board the bus for a leisurely trip along the Mediterranean coast, back towards Barcelona. Along the way you will stop in the town of Santa Susanna, where you will have a chance to walk around and have lunch on your own.

Later in the afternoon your group will transfer back to Barcelona, where you will arrive and check in to your tourist class hotel located near the city center.

In the evening there will be time to explore the city informally.

July 16: This morning the group will have a more formal city tour of Barcelona. The tour will include the Cathedral, the Gothic Quarter, Generalitat, the Town Hall, Las Ramblas, and the Olympic Village, among other sights. Following the tour there will be free time in the city for shopping, lunch and relaxing.

In the afternoon the team will transfer to a local club where you will have a training session with a professionally licensed coach from the Royal Spanish Football Federation (Real Federación Española de Fútbol, RFEF).

July 17: This morning your group will visit the famous Camp Nou Stadium, home of the professional team FC Barcelona. The stadium itself is a tourist attraction, with a capacity of 115,000 which makes it the largest in Europe. Your group will have a tour of this impressive place, which culminates in the FC Barcelona museum and team shop on the premises.

In the evening the Zionsville High School team will play a friendly match against a local team. Following the match there will be a barbecue dinner for both teams and families.

July 18: The last day of the tour will be free to plan as you wish. There are many possibilities, including an excursion to nearby Montserrat. Or you may prefer at day at the beach where you can play some beach soccer. For those who may wish to relax and enjoy the beautiful setting, that is always a good choice too.

July 19: After ten days of soccer, sightseeing and fun it will be time to return to the USA. Your bus will transport the group to the airport in Barcelona, where you board a connecting flight back to the USA, with arrival in Indianapolis in the evening of the same day.

Prices per person:

Land Only: $2,390.00*

Air Fare: TBD (Available after September 1, 2014)

*This price reflects double occupancy each location. Please note: for single occupancy add an additional $40.00 per person, per night.

The prices noted include:

  • Round trip airfare (available after September 1, 2014) via regularly scheduled carrier from Indianapolis-Madrid and from Barcelona to Indianapolis.

  • Privately chartered motor coach available on a full time basis from July 10-13 in Madrid, and from July 13 through July 19 in Lloret de Mar and Barcelona.

  • One way airline tickets from Madrid to Barcelona on July 13.

  • Accommodations for nine nights (July10-19) as noted; in a tourist class hotel (3 star minimum) in Madrid for 3 nights (July 10-13), Lloret de Mar for 2 nights (July 13-15) and Barcelona for 4 nights (July 15-19).

  • Two meals daily for all travelers, to include daily breakfasts and either lunches or dinners.

  • Full sports program to include two training sessions with professionally licensed coaches from the Spanish Soccer Federation, and three friendly matches as noted.

  • Sightseeing excursions and tours as noted in the itinerary, including entrance fees to Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona, and guided city tours of Madrid, Segovia and Barcelona.

  • Services of a local representative for your group at each stop.

  • Pre-trip assistance and administration from East-West Global Travel.

 

Please take the time to read through all of the information and return forms on Saturday. All of the forms are time sensitive and must be completed by Saturday, August 9th. If you can’t be there on Saturday, please make arrangements to complete and return the forms before Saturday.

Help is also needed for the set up of the cookout. Please contact Nancy Bensen is you can help. nbensen@att.net

Green/White Scrimmage, Cookout and Parent Meeting.

Saturday, August 9th at the St. Vincent Stadium (ZCHS football field)

The Green/White Scrimmage, Cookout and Parent Meeting is our annual gathering of student athletes, parents and coaches to preview all teams in intersquad scrimmages and to participate in the cookout immediately following the games. It is a great opportunity to meet all of the other parents and the coaching staff.

WHAT TO BRING

Varsity Parents

Allen – DaPuzzo = salads

Eckhart – Watkins = desserts

JV Parents

Bachaus – Hill = side dishes

Hockema – Wilson = chips

C Team Parents

Bailey – Englert = vegetable or fruit tray

Hobic – Wiebke = water bottles or gatorade

*Please make sure that you bring enough to share. There will be coaches, players, parents, and siblings.

**There will be coolers with ice available for the water bottles.

WHAT IS PROVIDED

Hamburgers, hotdogs, buns, toppings, condiments, paper products

Schedule of Events

4:00 pm – Arrival of parents and players. Parents fill out/turn in forms, and payment of soccer booster club fees. Players begin warm-ups.

4:15 pm – Parent Meeting.

4:30 pm – Intersquad scrimmage begins. Food served for parents.

Players served food at completion of scrimmage.

(Please fill out all pertinent forms and return on Saturday, August 9th.

Soccer Booster Form and Fees

Please print and fill out booster club form and return on Saturday, August 9th.

(Please click on link for Soccer Booster Club Form) http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1407421528.pdf

Soccer Booster fees are $225.00. The fees are used to cover the soccer package (t-shirts, shorts, and socks), green/white cookout, away game meal (Subway and Gatorade), Eagle Classic, photographer, senior night, end of season banquet…..

Subway Sandwich Form

A portion of booster club fees purchase Subway sandwiches and drinks for all away games. Please fill out the Subway order form and return on Saturday, August 9th.

(Please click on link for Subway Order Form) http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1407421699.pdf

Warm-Up Order Form

ZCHS no longer supplies the athletic teams with warm-ups. Warm-ups are available for purchase but are not mandatory. If you would like to purchase warm-ups, please fill out the warm-up form and return on August 9th. Payment due at placement of order. August 9th is the last day order forms will be accepted. The order will be placed on Monday with the vendor to get the warm-ups back as soon as possible.

(Please click on link for Warm-Up Order Form) http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1407422121.pdf

Player T-Shirt and Sweatshirt Order Form

T-Shirt and sweatshirts from this form are only available to the players if they wish to purchase these items. Payment due at placement of order. August 9th is the last day order forms will be accepted. The order will be placed on Monday with the vendor to get the products back as soon as possible.

(Please click on link for Player T-Shirt and Sweatshirt Order Form) http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1407422755.pdf

Spirit Wear Order Forms

Spirit wear is available to all who wish to purchase. August 9th is the last day order forms will be accepted. Payment due at placement of order. The order will be placed on Monday with the vendor to get the products back as soon as possible. Product examples will be on site.

(Please click on link for Spirit Wear Order Form) http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1407451681.pdf

Volunteer Opportunities

Please look over the list of volunteer opportunities and sign up at the green/white scrimmage game on Saturday, August 9th.

(Please click on the link for Volunteer Opportunities) http://tcteams.com/zchseagles/uploads/1407422069.pdf

 

2015 Spain Trip


(dateline: Jul 15 2014)

2015 Spain Soccer Tour

The 2015 Spain trip itinerary has been finalized and is a great opportunity to visit and enjoy the sights of Spain, experience the culture and play soccer against local Spanish teams. I have previously had the pleasure of going on a soccer tour that was prepared by East-West Global Travel and they have put together a great tour for us.

This tour is also available for any parents who would like to participate. Parent involvement in the tour is encouraged.

Please take a few minutes to go through the 2015 Spain itinerary below and let me know if you have any questions or comments.

Simplified Organization Plan and Process

  1. Zionsville Community School Board approval of plan. All trips must be approved by the school board. Presented to the board in August.
  2. After board approval, there will be a trip meeting in August that will be lead by James Firth of East-West Global Travel to go over the details of the trip and to answer any question.
  3. Commitment to the trip.
  4. Creation of fund raising committee and fund raising activities.
  5. Enjoy Spain!

Pertinent Trip Information

  1. Trip dates: July 9-19, 2015
  2. Cities: Madrid, Barcelona, Lloret de Mar, Segovia, Santa Susanna and Montserrat.
  3. Three games against local teams and two training sessions.
  4. Tour Camp Nou Stadium the 115,000 seat stadium that is home to FC Barcelona.
  5. Approximate Cost: $3,800.00 (air fare is estimated at this time as flights can’t be priced out over a year an advance). Will have a firm cost for meeting in August.
  6. No hostels. All hotel accommodations.

East-West Global Travel

P.O. Box 601 · Aurora, OH 44202 · 800/562-2350 · ewgt@windstream.net

Itinerary Outline for

ZIONSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BOYS SOCCER

Training & Sightseeing/Madrid, Lloret de Mar and Barcelona, Spain

July 9-19, 2015.

July 9: Depart Indianapolis for overnight journey to Madrid, Spain. After connecting in a US gateway city, arrival in Madrid will be in the morning of the next day.

July 10: Upon arrival in Madrid, and after clearing Spanish Customs and Immigration, your group will be met by a local representative and a privately chartered bus. Your local representative and privately chartered bus will be on hand on a full time basis, insuring that your stay in the area goes smoothly. You will be transferred to your accommodations, a tourist class hotel located near the city center. Here the players will be accommodated in triple rooms, and any adults and boosters accompanying the group will be in double or single rooms, as needed. All rooms with have private bathroom and shower facilities. Two meals daily will be provided for all travelers, with breakfast buffets at the hotel and lunches or dinners provided at local restaurants or the hotel.

After checking in and unpacking, you will meet your local representative and have the chance to explore the city on your own for the remainder of the afternoon and evening.

July 11: After breakfast the group will have a tour of Madrid. While Madrid is a modern world capital in every sense of the word, it has preserved the look and feel of many of its historic neighborhoods and streets. You will see many of the landmarks that make the city so iconic, such as the Royal Palace of Madrid, the Royal Theatre with its restored 1850 Opera House, the 19th-century National Library building (founded in 1712) containing some of Spain's historical archives and more. After the tour, you will have some free time to catch some lunch at one of the many cafes around the Cibeles Palace and Fountain, which has become the monument symbol of the city.

This afternoon the team will transfer to a local club where you will have a training session with a local professional coach.

In the evening you might enjoy an excursion to one of the many unique restaurants in the city center for dinner. Since you will have access to the bus on a full time basis, the possibilities are endless.

July 12: This morning the group will have an excursion to Segovia, an ancient city with a history that dates back to Roman times. You will tour the city and also have time to see two of the most iconic sights here, the Alcazar and the Segovia Cathedral.

In the late afternoon you will transfer to a club where the Zionsville HS team will play a friendly match against a local team.

The remainder of the evening will be free.

July 13: This morning the group will check out of the hotel and transfer to the airport in Madrid. Here you will board a brief flight for Barcelona.

Upon arrival in Barcelona, your group will be met by another local representative and a privately chartered bus.

From the airport on the outskirts of the city, you will transfer to the nearby beach resort city of Lloret de Mar. Here the group will be accommodated in a tourist class hotel located within walking distance of the promenade and the beach. Players will be in double rooms, with breakfasts and dinners provided each day.

July 14: In the morning will be free to relax and perhaps explore the promenade and city of Lloret de Mar.

In the afternoon the Zionsville HS team will transfer to a local club to play a friendly match against a good quality team.

The remainder of the evening will be free.

July 15: After breakfast you will check out and board the bus for a leisurely trip along the Mediterranean coast, back towards Barcelona. Along the way you will stop in the town of Santa Susanna, where you will have a chance to walk around and have lunch on your own.

Later in the afternoon your group will transfer back to Barcelona, where you will arrive and check in to your tourist class hotel located near the city center.

In the evening there will be time to explore the city informally.

July 16: This morning the group will have a more formal city tour of Barcelona. The tour will include the Cathedral, the Gothic Quarter, Generalitat, the Town Hall, Las Ramblas, and the Olympic Village, among other sights. Following the tour there will be free time in the city for shopping, lunch and relaxing.

In the afternoon the team will transfer to a local club where you will have a training session with a professionally licensed coach from the Royal Spanish Football Federation (Real Federación Española de Fútbol, RFEF).

July 17: This morning your group will visit the famous Camp Nou Stadium, home of the professional team FC Barcelona. The stadium itself is a tourist attraction, with a capacity of 115,000 which makes it the largest in Europe. Your group will have a tour of this impressive place, which culminates in the FC Barcelona museum and team shop on the premises.

In the evening the Zionsville High School team will play a friendly match against a local team. Following the match there will be a barbecue dinner for both teams and families.

July 18: The last day of the tour will be free to plan as you wish. There are many possibilities, including an excursion to nearby Montserrat. Or you may prefer at day at the beach where you can play some beach soccer. For those who may wish to relax and enjoy the beautiful setting, that is always a good choice too.

July 19: After ten days of soccer, sightseeing and fun it will be time to return to the USA. Your bus will transport the group to the airport in Barcelona, where you board a connecting flight back to the USA, with arrival in Indianapolis in the evening of the same day.

 

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