Want To Study & Play in USA
Have you ever considered playing college soccer in the United States? Why not get a college soccer scholarship and a college degree while you’re at it? There is a level for everyone with so many schools offering different level scholarships.
Playing college soccer in the United States is an excellent way to continue developing as a player while also earning a college degree. Talented players are increasingly heading to the United States to further their careers as footballers.
Join our International Football Academy, learn the SATs, mix with USA players & be put in front of 1000s of college coaches looking to offer soccer scholarships to some of the biggest colleges in the world to study and player soccer in the United States.
There is no better place in the world where you can combine college studies with soccer and getting a football scholarship at the same time. And not to mention, you will have a wonderful life changing experience as a student-athlete in the United States!
Irish players will connect with students from the United States through training and education at our academy facility, Sport Ireland. Players will learn how to pass the SATs examinations, train wiht our UEFA licensed coaches and international academy players. They will also get the opportunity to compete in some of the best college showcase tournaments in the United States where 1000s of college coaches will attend looking for talented international players from outside of the USA. Our program includes some of the following;
WHY STUDY IN THE USA?
The list of why you should study and play soccer in the USA is endless but here is some of the top reasons you would want to take up a unique once in a lifetime experience.
College Level Soccer Information & Details
Like many different countries the USA have a number of different ‘divisions’ for college level teams. This system is governed by the NCAA, National Collegiate Athletic Association. The NCAA has over 1200 colleges and universities members and is a “non-profit organization.