Are you lost? See if these links help.

Social Channels

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • Korean
  • Weibo
  • Youku
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

Sites & Languages


Thomas Cook Sport launch complete World Cup package

Thomas Cook Sport has launched the complete package for Spurs fans to follow the team all the way to the 2010 World Cup Final.


Thomas Cook Sport has launched the complete package for Spurs fans to follow the team all the way to the 2010 World Cup Final.

With the new 33-night package featuring tickets to eight matches, including both semi-finals and the final, fans on the trip will follow England across South Africa to see the team's quest to end 44 years of hurt - hopefully with the likes of Jermain Defoe, Peter Crouch and Aaron Lennon all in Fabio Capello's squad.

This new package is the latest in Thomas Cook Sport's programme of trips to the World Cup, and with flight/accommodation only, hotels and full packages, options are available to both fans that successfully received tickets in the ballot or need a complete package including official match tickets.

Danny Talbot, Managing Director at Thomas Cook Sport said: "After the initial surge when the draw was announced in December, we're now seeing more interest in flights and hotels following the closure of the ticket ballot. With flights from £680, we've secured some of the best prices in the market.

"We still have packages on sale, including additional trips for the first game against the USA after unprecedented demand from England's fans. The ever increasing confidence in England being successful in their group means that we're now seeing Spurs fans requesting trips that give them the best chance of seeing the team in the latter stages.

"After initially selling all of our ultimate seven-match packages that followed England from group stage to the final, we've now launched a limited 33 night package, from £11,500, which includes eight World Cup matches. Covering every round of the tournament, including both semi-finals and the 2010 World Cup Final, the trip takes in the best of South Africa with all flights to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban included."

Thomas Cook has a range of flights, hotels and full packages available, for more information visit - CLICK HERE - or call 0208 739 2360.

Travel options to South Africa

Flight only
Direct flights throughout the World Cup from £680.00

Accommodation only
Hotels starting from £49 per person per night, minimum two nights, including the 4 star Boathouse Hotel in Durban for the semi-final

England's first Group match - England v USA, Rustenburg, from £2,699 per person
Package includes an official match ticket, four nights at the Zebra Country Lodge, return economy flights on Virgin and all transfers

England Group match - England v Algeria, Cape Town, from £2,600 per person
Package includes an official match ticket, five nights at the 4 star Cape Suites, return economy flights on British Airways and all transfers

England's Quarter final, from £3,550 per person
With an official match ticket, and four nights at the 3 star Westford in Sandton, Johannesburg, this is the ideal base for England's Quarter final match

Full package - Follow England to the World Cup Final from £11,500 per person

This trip is for 33 nights duration, 31 nights accommodation and 2 nights in the air, and includes match tickets to England v USA in Rustenburg, England v Algeria in Cape Town, Slovenia v England in Port Elizabeth, Round of 16 in either Rustenburg or Bloemfontein, Quarter Final in either Johannesburg or Cape Town, Semi Finals in Cape Town and in Durban and the Final in Johannesburg.

If England get knocked out, tickets will revert to watch the knockout match involving England's group winner and the winning team thereafter through to the final.

International economy flights to Johannesburg are on Virgin Atlantic and the package includes domestic flights to Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Durban.

South Africa Rand Cash Passport

To help fans with budgeting for foreign currency before they travel to the World Cup, Thomas Cook offers a South Africa Rand Cash Passport. With this prepaid card, fans can deposit small amounts of currency on to the card over coming months, locking in the exchange rate of the day, thus avoiding exchange rate fluctuations. The card can then simply be used in shops, restaurants and at ATMs just like a debit card. For more information visit or visit any Thomas Cook or Going Places store.