When It Comes to Success-EduKick Scores

Soccer ScoreSince 2001, EduKick Academies have worked for excellence in football/soccer training, academics, and foreign language skills.

Our institutional motto “Football is Education” explains it all. We teach character building using football as the vehicle to teach invaluable life lessons.

The methods we use have been developed strategically to produce the best results in an international soccer and education academy. With the success of our academies comes the reward of our students’ achievements in the world of soccer.

To further these accomplishments, we do our best to provide training and exposure through pro-trials.

While we do not guarantee professional club trials for everyone who attends our programs, networking with other soccer clubs, both local and international, has helped us to build a dynamic system of exposure for our students and camp attendees.

Scouts with professional clubs and youth coaches attend matches at EduKick on a regular basis, and – in some of our academies – we prepare our students for the best national soccer-scouting open-trial events.

Beyond that network, our staff and venues are all carefully selected to provide each participant with the exposure needed for them to potentially obtain a Pro-club trial.

Here are some recent success stories from our students!

Nico MunezNico Muniz, from New Mexico, USA, attended the year-Long Program at EduKick Madrid Year in 2010 and returned for the 2013 season. He’s been training (and on trial) with the Spanish 3rd Division pro-team – C.F.Pozuelo de Alarcon.

In 2011, after spending some time with MLS Club side Real Salt Lake, Nico also attended a trial with EduKick Madrid affiliate AD Colmenar – the Spanish 3rd division Club.

Duncan McCormickDuncan McCormick,17 from Seattle, Washington, USA, spent the 2010/11 season at the EduKick Madrid Academy.

Duncan is now part of the Seattle Sounders MLS Academy and is a regular starter for the U18 squad. He also participates in the senior men’s squad reserve team games, and has recently reigned with the senior men’s squad first team.

Last season he even played for the reserve team in front of 15,000 spectators when the Sounders took on the Portland Timbers.

In the fall of 2014, Duncan will play soccer at Wake Forest University.

We are always proud of our alumni and want to share their success wherever they go. These are just a few awesome examples of the skill and proficiency that comes from the excellent training at EduKick Academies.

Working toward your goal of becoming the best student-player you can be? Contact EduKick for more information at 866.338.5425. or internationally at 001.905.469-5661

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