An annual occasion for the BFS teams is the visit to the UK. Over the years different age groups have visited a whole range of cities such as London, Birmingham, Norwich, Manchester, Liverpool etc.
These tours offer an opportunity to test the abilities of the boys against some of the best teams in the UK, like Manchester United, Liverpool FC, Tottenham Hotspur etc.
Not only that, the boys also get to learn the culture of the country and city they visit by visiting major monuments and football related museums, stadiums, training complexes and so on.
Since 2014 Baltic Football School together with Latvian Football Federation (LFF) have organised Tours to Europe for LFF Football Academy youth teams. Such tours have involved visits to Berlin in Germany, Prague in the Czech Republic and Warsaw in Poland to name a few. LFF Academy teams have played friendly matches against likes of Bayern Munich, Hertha Berlin, Sparta Prague etc.
In 2017, Baltic Football school started a new project - football camp tour to Spain.
As a location for this event was chosen seaside town Benicassim, place that offers both sandy beaches and elite level football infrastructure.
On this event boys get to experience training with Villarreal coaches, playing friendly games against Levante UD, occasional training at the beach and visit the Valencia CF stadium.
in 2016 Baltic Football school organised a football tour to Moscow, Russia.
There boys had the opportunities to train together with the players from some of the best football academies in Russia.
As part of the tour, boys played friendly matches against CSKA Moscow and Moscow Dynamo as well as visited one of the most famous football grounds in Russia - Luzhniki Stadium.
Since 2015 Baltic Football school have organised individual team tours across Europe for different age groups.
A variety of locations like Russia, Poland, Czech Republic and England have been the destination for these trips.
Such tours are organised with an aim to test the abilities of players against some of the best clubs in the world like Manchester United, Sparta Prague or CSKA Moscow.
Additionally, teams get to visit different events such as Europa League games or Youth Champions League matches.