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If you are going to more than one country, take care to select the region that will cover all of the countries you are visiting. For example, if you are travelling to France and Spain you should select Europe 3.

UNITED KINGDOM: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Isle of Man

EUROPE 1: France, Germany, Belgium, Holland

EUROPE 2: Means the continent of Europe west of the Ural Mountains including the Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands and all countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, but excluding Spain and The Canarary Islands

EUROPE 3: Same as Europe 2 but including Spain, The Canarary Islands

AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND

WORLDWIDE 1 (RESTRICTED WORLDWIDE): Means anywhere in the world except USA, Canada and the Caribbean

WORLDWIDE 2: Means anywhere in the world

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Football (Training)Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance in Europe and Worldwide for trips where you will be participating in Football (Training).

JS Insurance can provide a 'one off' day for Football (Training)) or cover for your entire trip.

To get a quote by telephone or email, please contact us on 0844 692 3242 or chris@jsinsurance.co.uk

Cover for Pre-Existing Medical Conditions:

The Adventure policy provides cover for a wide range of pre-existing medical condition(s), thus making sure the medical condition does not stop you from enjoying your trip.

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Popular Areas:

Football is a popular sport that is played in countries across the world.

If you are going on a football holiday, make sure you purchase travel insurance before leaving the country.

Some of the popular areas to play football are:

Common Injuries:

Football may not be a contact sport, but injuries can be sustained easily through playing the game.

Injuries such as broken bones are a common result of the sport.

Typical injuries that can occur as a result of playing football include:

  • Muscle sprains
  • Muscle tears
  • Groin sprains
  • Concussions
  • Lacerations
  • Abrasions
  • Contusions
  • Broken bones
  • Fractures
  • Shin splints
  • Ligament injuries

Because of this, if you are playing football whilst abroad, it is vital that you are adequately covered with travel insurance before leaving the country.

To alleviate some of the risk of causing injury, make sure that you wear the correct football boots when playing, that are specifically designed for the sport, as well as a jock strap.

Useful Websites: Football.co.uk - Football BBC Sports - Physio Room - Soccer Injuries Get a Quote