2020 has been a tough year for sports travellers. But you can book a Homefans trip or Day Tour with confidence in 2021

Here at Homefans, we’re committed to helping travellers tick off their bucket lists safely. We’ve postponed all existing and future departures up until the 2021/22 season. However, our hosts are now taking pre-bookings for late 2021 and 2022.

We understand you might be apprehensive about booking a Homefans trip or day tour right now. So we’ve made booking them as flexible, safe, and simple as possible.

Here are 3 big reasons you can sleep easy when you book with us:


1. You can book a Homefans trip with total flexibility & protection.


As we’ve seen, things can change quickly. So let us reassure you that if your trip or activity is postponed for any reason, you will still get the adventure you paid for on a date that suits you. Your deposit will remain 100% financially protected.

In the unfortunate event your trip is canceled or played behind closed doors, you will be contacted immediately.

Initially, our team will allocate you a holding spot on the same adventure and the same date in 2022. Once you’re ready and/or the COVID-19 situation allows for more clarity, you’ll have complete flexibility over how you transfer your booking.

This means you can move your balance to any Homefans adventure on any future travel date.


2. You don’t have to pay the full amount at booking.


We have deposit options available for all of our trips, so there’s no big up-front payment.

If you want to book a Homefans trip or day tour, you simply pay 30% to save your space and pay the balance 4 weeks before the weekend of your trip.


3. We’re a company you can trust.


In these extraordinary times, we have been working hard behind the scenes to let you book your Homefans trip as flexibly as possible.

We hope you take advantage of the chance to book with a deposit and pay the remaining balance up until 4 weeks before the trip. And remember, when you do hit the book button, you’re not only scratching your itch to travel. You’re also supporting our local hosts worldwide.

Ready to rediscover the world of football?

We are taking bookings for trips and day tours in late 2020 and beyond.

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