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The midlands have produced some real sporting heroes yet strangely its club teams have never fared so well. Despite being England’s second city, Brum hasn’t produced a champion team since 1972 (County Cricket). However, the city does combine major international events and exhibitions, rich, multi-cultural heritage, and great nightlife.
We offer a wide range of sporting activities in Birmingham. Hockey, football (full or 5-a-side) and rugby matches can be arranged. There's a great selection of more unusual endeavours like foot golf, inflatable games and spa passes, even a SWAT experience for ultimate thrill-seekers. Rugby and football match tickets or even full stadium tours are available.
There's great sport action to be found for your team. We can arrange local sports facilities for you to enjoy activities such as foot golf, 5-a-side football, rugby, hockey and football matches as well as provide rugby and football match tickets.
Birmingham has some of the best activities for any team to get stuck into. Whether you're looking for some great team building, create some healthy competition away from the pitch or just knockabout laughs for all the team to enjoy.
Stadium: Villa Park
European Cup winners: (1982)
European Super Cup winners: (1982-1983)
Football League Champions: (1893-94, 1895-96, 1896-97, 1898-99, 1899-1900. 1909-10, 1980-81)
FA Cup winners: (1887, 1895, 1897, 1905, 1913, 1920, 1957)
Stadium: St. Andrew's
Twice runners-up in the FA Cup: (1931, 1956)
Lisa Lyttelton, Dowager Viscountess Cobham (sailing)
Born Lisa Clayton. The first British woman to sail single handed, and non-stop, around the world.
Gabriel Agbonlahor (football)
Played for Aston Villa and was an England National in 2008-2009.
Brian Moore (commentator)
Covered nine World Cups and over 20 Cup Finals.
Joleon Lescott (football)
West Bromwich Albion player who has made 26 appearances for England.
Nigel Mansell CBE (motor racing)
Formula One driver who raced in 15 seasons, achieving 31 race wins. Mansell was crowned World Champion in 1992.
Daniel Sturridge (football)
Liverpool and England striker. Played in the 2012 Olympics for Great Britain.
Moeen Ali (cricket)
Left-handed batsman and spin bowler. Played for Warwickshire, Worcestershire and was selected for England in the 2014 World T20.
If it's night life you're after then you won't fail to find something that appeals to the whole team. With Broad Street's forty bars, clubs and restaurants there really is something for everyone. Live bands, top DJs, dance music, comedy clubs and casinos can all be found within the city centre. Teams On Tour can arrange for comedy club, guest list and VIP nightclub group bookings as well. To keep the troops fed head to Chinatown and/or the world famous ‘Balti Triangle' for a team dinner at one of a huge selection of restaurants. If you want to head up market there is also The Brasserie Blanc, owned by famous chef Raymond Blanc.
Home or away we've pitched some of the best locations for your sports tour.
Enjoy space and comfort without the extravagant price tag. Fully air conditioned rooms and 24hr room service along with WiFi facilities offer you the perfect setting. You'll also be situated in the heart of the city, perfect for big nights out after big wins. Our 4* hotel options also include bars and restaurants.
Hostels are a really cost effective way of getting the squad on tour. All our hostels are based in the city centre ensuring you’re in the thick of the action for nights out. Our hostels are modern, clean with great facilities and trendy design.
"...From start to finish I had every confidence in the way my enquiry was handled. Very well organised throughout.
Looking forward to next year's trip..." Clive Gardner
"...What we got was stellar accommodation, great customer service and total transparency combined
with unparalleled value for money!..." Mark Thackwell