"I am lucky that I run my own business now and I can arrange business trips around football games or at least give myself holiday at the right time," Luis told BBC Sport Online.
Unable to wait four years for another big tournament, Luis travelled to Holland and Belgium for Euro 2000.
And last year he flew to Munich to see England thrash Germany 5-1 in the same week he had seen Brazil play Argentina.
"I love England games more than any other. The fans are amazing and their constant singing is outstanding.
"They never stop," said Luis, who was in Japan to see England beat Argentina.
"That was the best atmosphere of this World Cup. It has been a remarkable tournament and I plan to head for Germany in 2006, as well as the 2004 European Championship in Portugal.
"For me, the European Championship is the world's second biggest tournament after the World Cup."
Luis often travels alone to tournaments, but never feels lonely.
"I meet so many people through football," he said. "It is unique in that it is the one thing in the world that truly brings people together."