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The Sports "Fan" vs the Sports "Fanatic"

A supporter is "an enthusiastic devotee or follower of sports or a sports team" or "a person with an extreme enthusiasm or zeal for sports or a sports team ".The difference between a sports fan and a sports fanatic is really a very fine line.  

A sports fan could have a well liked team that they follow when they have the time. The fan will know some facts or history about a common team. The fan will attempt to go and see a common team when they have some free time, and it fits inside their schedule. A sports fanatic eats, sleeps and breaths everything about sports. A sports fanatic will know each fact or history detail about every sport. They know every rule, every player of a group, and every detail that's related to that team or sport. A fan will endeavour their hardest to visit every game of a common team, and when they can't head to the overall game they will have a hand device or mobile phone that may access the most recent news or updates of the game.

 
The major necessity for a sports fanatic that doesn't head to the overall game is really a huge obnoxious movie cinema size flat screen TV that uses up half of their living room. It must have surround sound stereo speakers, therefore it sounds exactly like sitting in the sports stadium. The furniture in the family room must contain a big comfortable sofa, with several reclining chairs and foot rests. There has to be a lot of sitting room for the fanatic to invite all his or her friends over for the "big" game. The final necessity for a sports fanatic is the food. There needs to be a lot of food therefore it is like they are tailgating in their own kitchen. There has to be a lot of potato chips, dips, tortilla chips, pizza, hamburgers, and hot dogs, and a whole lot more designed for the game. The main is the beverages which contain a case of beer that will easily fit in the refrigerator or they have their own personal little refrigerator which will hold the beers, and other beverages.

 
Sports fanatics may also have far more sports team gear and memorabilia when compared to a sports fan. A sports fanatic needs every little sports memorabilia of a common sports teams from the sports team jersey to only a little sports team spoon. The fanatics may also be almost certainly the ones that decorate in hideous sports team gear, and have face paint all over them in the stadiums.

So whatever you are - "fan or fanatic" - lets make sure you support your team. Contact us of that special tour
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Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018
San Francisco

Women
Friday 20 July 2018 - Saturday 21 July 2018

Men
Friday 20 July 2018 - Sunday 22 July 2018

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British and Irish Lions 2021

Tour to South Africa

Dates not yet available

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Rugby World Sevens 2018

Sydney:
26 - 28 January
Hamilton:
3 - 4 February
Las Vegas:
2 - 4 March
Vancouver:
10 - 11 March
Hong Kong:
6 - 8 April
Paris:   
26 - 27 May
London:  
2 - 3 June
Rugby Sevens Commonwealth Games 2018
Australia Gold Coast

Women
Saturday 14 April 2018 - Sunday 15 April 2018

Men
Saturday 14 April 2018 - Sunday 15 April 2018

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u/20 Rugby World Cup 2018

France
(Beziers, Perpignan, Narbonne)

Wednesday 30 May - Sunday 17 June

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Rugby World Cup 2019
Japan

Men
Friday 20 September 2019 - Saturday 2 November 2019

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England Tour 2018

South Africa

Saturday 9 June - Springboks
Ellispark, Johannesburg

Saturday 16 June - Springboks
Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

Saturday 23 June - Springboks
Newlands, Cape Town



2018 Rugby Championship

Matches in South Africa

Saturday 18 August - Argentina
Kings Park, Durban

Saturday 29 September  - Australia
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

Saturday 6 October - All Blacks
Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria


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