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Posted 16th May 2017, 11:50 in
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US Soccer Scholarships - Open Day

Women's Soccer (Southern England) Training Camp - Sat 20th May

Our next southern training and ID Camp will be taking place on Saturday 20th May at Westfield Academy in Watford. Westfield Academy has some fantastic facilities and a top quality 3G pitch so we are really looking forward to this event. The day itself will include a presentation for players and parents that are coming along to trial which will explain everything we do as a company to help our players become student athletes.

The event will also be open to signed players as well to come and get footage that they can use towards their highlight video. The day will be run by our female UEFA B and FA qualified coaches who will also be on hand to help the players during the event.

There will also be 2-3 hours practical work as well which will finish with some technical drills and game play. The event will be open to all players and it is an event not to be missed!!

Cost: FREE

Ages: 15-21 years old.

To register click here.

Details: Have to have been in education in last 2 years. European citizen. Clean criminal record. This event is for athletes who have applied via our website www.sportsrecruitingusa.com and been asked to come be assessed to join our service. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch by phone 0113 815 0027 or email recruitment@sportsrecruitingusa.com. If the event is cancelled due to any circumstances outside of our power, including the weather, we are unable to take any responsibility for any costs occurred.

 

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