Have a frequently asked question…?
- What is Global Football all about?
Our goal is to provide student athletes at all levels the opportunity to travel, experience and compete while representing their school, their country and their family.
- How long as Global Football been around?
Founded in 1996 by former Notre Dame QB and sports marketing & communications specialist Patrick Steenberge, through 2017 our events and tours have been staged in 28 countries on 6 continents. In 2011 we produced the 1st game ever on the continent of Africa when Drake University and Mexico CONADEIP played in Tanzania, before climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. And we have a plan for Antarctica!
- Who handles payments, flights?
Long ago we formed a working partnership with America’s premier sports travel provider, Anthony Travel, who from their Dallas office receive all payments, book flights, communicate with our travelers and allow us to focus on working with coaches to develop customized itineraries for each travel group.
- How to get information?
The Global Football website, globalfootball.com has nearly all details needed, and is managed by Michael Preston, longtime NFL International media director from Great Britain. The Anthony Travel website, https://www.anthonytravel.com/global-football/ keeps updated information about all our tour specifics including: Itineraries, Inclusions, Pricing, Payments, and Registration online. In the effort to always maintain personal service, President & Founder Patrick Steenberge can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org; 817.219.7274
- What do past travelers have to say about their experiences on Global Football tours?
“I don’t know how you do it all, but you are a special individual who is exceptionally talented and I really appreciate having the opportunity to work with you to create the Notre Dame Japan Bowl, and to coach so many former Notre Dame players in Tokyo.” Lou Holtz
“Thanks Patrick! The Jesuit football team enjoyed the trip and we have many great memories with our boys. Thanks for organizing and putting on a great event.” Brandon Hickman, Jesuit Prep Dallas Head Coach