Womens World Cup 2019 is upon us, and more than half a million tickets have been sold so far. French supporters may make up the largest percentage of ticket holders for matches scheduled to begin in France in early June, but with U.S. spectators making up 23% of sales, Americans are taking up sports travel in unprecedented numbers. As one of America's five most popular sports behind mainstays such as football and basketball, sports vacations for prestige events like the World Cup are on the rise. So if you're one of the lucky few who are heading to the continent for the Womens World Cup, here are a few ideas of things to do while you're there.
With the Women's World Cup for 2019 fast approaching, here are a few reasons you should invest in World Cup packages and go see the games yourself.
The 2019 Women's World Cup is kicking off in France from June 7 to July 7, 2019. This is the first time France will be hosting the event and matches are planned in nine cities around the country. There are 24 competing teams taking part in the Women's World Cup. To help you keep pace with the tournament, here are four frequently asked questions about the 2019 Women's World Cup answered:
The 2019 PGA Masters Series was a sports tour to remember. Remembering the feats of Tiger Woods, as well as his fall from grace, is all too easy. Woods has won 81 PGA official events, and is the only player in golf history to win all four professional major championships in a row (and he did it twice!), now called a "tiger slam."