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Womens World Cup Football in Canada in 2015

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FIFA Women’s World Cup is due to kick off in June 2015 with matches being played in Edmonton, Vancouver, Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa and Winnipeg.

Each of these cities is totally different to the others and a trip that included a day at the Football match could well be a real bonus to a visit to the city chosen and the region generally.

A mixture of the great outdoors, the local culture and watching the best of the world’s women footballers must be a winning combination. The football cities literally cover Canada coast to coast, so whatever your interests or type of scenery that you want to see, then choose one of the 6 destinations.

You could be mixing viewing the polar bears in the flowers of the Hudson Bay area with a game in Winnipeg, Manitoba. How diverse is that?

As with all major sporting events, you need to plan early to avoid disappointment or having to pay over the odds. Please give us a call to put this on your radar for 2015 on 01323 446550 or email info@experienceholidays.co.uk


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