At RugbySpy, we had such a fantastic tournament at our new home in 2018, that it was decided immediately that we’d be back there for 2019! The 18-month-old, purpose-built sporting facility, is head and shoulders above anything else on the island and is absolutely perfect for 10s rugby. A heap of changing rooms, complete with toilet and shower facilities are available, along with a floodlit pitch, dedicated medical room, a World Rugby recommended sized pitch and bags of outdoor space pitch side to enjoy the summer sunshine. But don’t take our word for it, take the tour…
We’re lucky enough to have a fantastic RugbySpy family of medics, referees and team liaisons join us year on year, all of whom are highly qualified, highly skilled and highly friendly. We’ve also got plenty of multi-lingual staff on site so wherever you’re joining us from, language doesn’t have to be a barrier.
For the first time, our player village will transform into the Akuma village. Packed with shady spots, lounging areas, patches for your physios to set up camp, and some jacuzzis thrown in (just because). Akuma themselves will also be on hand in the village to get your team spirit sorted with advice, kit and expertise, so whether you’ve lost a sock or your team needs a new kit for the season, they’ll be happy to help.

Why Ibiza?

We don’t need to tell you that Ibiza is a world-famous destination for sun, sea, sand and clubbing, but here are a few things you may not know about our beloved White Isle:

  • Ibiza is a bona fide UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Wham’s video for “Club Tropicana” was filmed at Pike’s on the island, which was also Freddie Mercury’s favourite haunt.
  • The correct pronunciation of the island’s name is “Evissa”.
  • Ibiza attracts nearly six million tourists per year, and Ibiza airport handles more than 57,000 flights per year.
  • Ibiza has the world’s biggest nightclub, Privilege, which holds up to 11,000 punters. However, the super club began life as a community swimming pool.
  • According to legend, Nostradamus predicted that due to the unique winds around the island, Ibiza could be the only place to survive an impending nuclear holocaust…Good to know!
  • The settlers who originally founded Ibiza dedicated it to Bes – the God of Music and Dance, not the one from the Happy Mondays.

As well as the nightlife hotspots that Ibiza has become famous for, the island is also blessed with areas of unspoiled natural beauty, traditional charm, and of course, absolutely breath-taking beaches. For a quieter time away from the pitch, Ibiza town is chock full of history and culture, while across the rest of the island you’ll be met with beautiful views of lush greenery and traditional architecture. Ibiza really is the island that has it all.