Rugby Tours to Holland

As a rugby tour destination, Holland is gaining a credible reputation on the rugby field across all age groups, thanks in part to their solid league structure and flagship Hilversum Youth rugby tournament that emphasise all the right reasons to play the game.

The rugby clubs across the country offer teams a warm welcome.  Anyone who has taken their team or school on a rugby tour to Holland has countless tales of lengthy post-­match hospitality!  With regional flights from across the UK, along with the ready availability of coach travel, Holland as a rugby tour destination really is an affordable and simplistic option for your forthcoming trip.

We went out as boys and came back as men. We played rugby, displayed our talent and returned as champions. We shopped, laughed, danced and enjoyed everybody’s company. We can’t wait for the next tour.”

– Gavin Shore, Newbridge RFC

Hilversum International Youth Rugby Tournament

Every Easter weekend one of the biggest youth tournaments in rugby takes place in Hilversum, Holland.  Offering some of the best rugby (and BBQ food!) along with challenging, yet exciting games of rugby, it’s no wonder that over 50 teams from across the globe descended on this tournament, making it one unforgettable experience.

With nine high quality pitches, there is ample space for all ages and abilities to play. The tournament is open to U7’s all the way through to U18 teams and at the end of a long day of matches, teams can kick back and enjoy the end of tournament party.


Package includes:

– FREE tour app for players, staff and parents – available from the point of booking.
– Travel insurance via Endsleigh (including sports cover) for all paying children.
– Financial protection through ABTOT/ABTA
– 4 or 5 x days’ executive bus hire to Holland
– Channel ferry crossings
– 1 x item of hand luggage
– 1 x item of hold luggage
– Tournament day transfers
– Driver’s meals and accommodation
– 1 entry ticket per person to Walibi Holland Theme Park


– 3 or 4 x nights’ at Walibi Village

Tour Exclusions:

– Meals
– Excursions
– €1.55 per person, per night local tax paid on arrival

Optional Additions:

– Amsterdam ArenA guided tour – €20 per person

2025 Sample Prices:

4 x days’ stay – £399.00pp
5 x days’ stay – £456.32pp
Prices based on 50 paying passengers

Where to stay in Holland?

Walibi Village

Spending the night after a day at Walibi Holland? That is possible! Right next to Walibi is the vacation park Walibi Village. After a spectacular day full of adrenaline you can relax in one of the 142 comfortable bungalows. You can stay in a 4, 7, or 8 person cottage. The Walibi Village is attached to the Walibi Theme Park, giving the group the opportunity to spend an entire day at the park and not having to get a coach to a new location.

StayOkay Soest

StayOkay Soest is located in the centre of the Netherlands and is easily accessible by train or by car. Surrounded by woodlands and close to the Soester Dunes, this hostel offers a number of activities including hiking, sports and outdoor activities along with excursions to Utrecht or Amersfoort.

Just a 25-minute drive from the Hilversum Rugby Tournament, StayOkay Soest offers half-board accommodation, barbeque facilities and a camp fire for the group to gather around in the evenings post-match.

StayOkay Vondelpark

StayOkay Vondelpark is one of the largest and most up-to-date hostels in Europe. With a unique location in the middle of the famous Vondelpark, this hostel is a stone’s throw away from the city’s shopping streets, museums, bars and restaurants. This makes this a perfect place to stay to keep your team entertained when they are not on the rugby pitch!

Just a 40-minute transfer to the Hilversum Youth Tournament, StayOkay Vondelpark boasts free Wi-Fi, games tables and bicycle rental for organised groups to enjoy during their stay enabling you to put together a team or school trip that offers good variety.


What to do in Holland?

There is plenty to do between match days to make your team trip to Holland truly memorable.

  • Ajax Arena tour
  • Amsterdam canal boat tour
  • Euromast Tower, Rotterdam
  • Van Gogh Museum
  • Walibi World

When to visit?

For youth rugby teams we would highly recommend the spring months of March/April (depending on when Easter falls) so that we can combine your rugby tour with the Hilversum Youth tournament. The weather at this time of year is favorable, not too hot and not too cold, enabling perfect playing conditions. Generally speaking otherwise, September through to May is the best time to visit Holland on your group organised rugby tour.

What our customers say 

Members of Newbridge RFC Youth Team were one of the many teams to descend on Holland for the Hilversum International Youth Tournament over the Easter weekend. The 22-strong rugby group, made up of players and coaches, enjoyed four days in Holland and returned home victorious having claimed 1st place in the U17’s category! Aside from the rugby tournament, the group took advantage of any free time they had by exploring the city delights of Amsterdam whilst staying at the perfectly located StayOkay Vondelpark. Read more about Newbridge RFC and their time in Holland here.

“It’s been a fantastic tour, I’ve loved every second of it. It was a great experience with all the boys and I can’t wait for our next tour with MSG.”

-Zac Morgan, Newbridge RFC player

Get in touch with us to chat about how Holland would make the perfect destination for your next school trip or rugby team tour.

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