Castle Rugby Tickets | Castle Rugby Championship 2013GrandStand Events have rugby tickets and hospitality packages for the Cape Town and Johannesburg Castle Rugby Championship 2013 matches to be played against Australia and New Zealand respectively.
Rugby Packages | Springboks vs Australia 2013 | Rugby tickets
Book your Springboks vs Australia rugby package and tickets with GrandStand Events. Packages starting from R1995 per person. This match takes place at Newlands Stadium - 28th September 2013.
Rugby Packages | Springboks vs New Zealand 2013 | Rugby Tickets
Book your Springboks vs New Zealand rugby packages and tickets with GrandStand Events. Packages available from just R2195 per person. This match takes place at Ellis Park Johannesburg on 5th October 2013.
Rugby Packages | Castle Lager Rugby SeriesGrandStand Events have South Africa Rugby Packages and Hospitality Packages available for the 2013 Castle Lager Rugby Series. The tour sees Italy, Samoa, Scotland and South Africa take each other on in 3 double header matches during June 2013.
Super Rugby 2013 | Hospitality Packages | Tickets
Book Super Rugby Hospitality packages with GrandStand Events for Sharks, Stormers, Cheetahs or Southern Kings matches. Outbound Super Rugby tours to New Zealand or Australia available on request.
Football Packages | UEFA 2013
Book your UEFA Champions League football package with GrandStand Events. The 2013 final returns to Wembley Stadium in London, marking the FA's(Football Association) 150th Anniversary.
Hong Kong Sevens Rugby
GrandStand Events offer 2014 Hong Kong Sevens rugby packages which include flights, 4 star accommodation, 3 day match tickets, Octopus Travel card and more.
If you have never witnessed Rugby's premier sporting event, then book your travel package with us for the 2014 Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament, and get ready for the event of a lifetime.
Libraries across the UK are being sent copies of the London 2012 Festival souvenir picture book which will give people the opportunity to relive some of the highlights of an amazing once in a lifetime festival.
Bill Morris, London 2012 Director of Ceremonies, Education and Live Sites said "Memories of 2012 remain vivid for us all and we're delighted that the contribution made by the Olympic Opening Ceremony has been celebrated by another award”
World 400m Hurdles champion Dai Greene underwent hip surgery after the indoor season. It has delayed the start of his summer campaign, but he is confident that he can get back to his best in time for the IAAF World Championships in Moscow.
Since the inaugural Edinburgh Marathon in 2003, all but four of the 20 individual winners have been either Kenyan or British. But that trend could be broken at the IAAF Bronze Label Road Race this Sunday (26).
On 21 May, IOC President Jacques Rogge chaired the working meeting that brought together all stakeholders of the Olympic Movement – the IOC, IFs, NOCs and athletes – to discuss the fight against doping in sport, the fight against illegal betting, the sporting calendar, autonomy and good governance.
Featuring a multitude of fun-filled cultural activities, from park orienteering, ultimate frisbee matches and Japanese animation shows to Dutch food tasting, a Paris-themed photography exhibit and live music, the festival encouraged young people to really embrace new sights, tastes and experiences from around the world ahead of next year’s YOG, which will see athletes from over 200 countries arrive in the city.
Attending a major international sporting event for the first time, the Youth Olympic Games were for the young champion - whose father is Moroccan and mother Canadian - a “stepping-stone” to achieving his dream of representing his African origins at the Olympic Winter Games. A dream that is now within touching distance as he has obtained the quota of points required from the previous season to qualify for Sochi 2014. Adam must now wait until later in the year to hear if he will be officially selected to represent his country.