|What are the best international soccer camps to go to? Want to go to an international soccer camp in Europe with some of the best football clubs in the world? If you’re looking to attend an international soccer camp in Europe or South America, then check out these high level international soccer camps below. Many of these soccer camps are actually like international soccer schools or academies, where you learn how to play in the style of big clubs like Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Manchester United. Learn the fundamentals of the beautiful game and the strategies and tactics of elite managers.
FC Barcelona Girls Camp
International Center of European Football
Francesco Totti Academy
AC Milan Junior Camp The Milan Junior Camp program is the official camp program of the Italian club, AC Milan, and the first stepping stone in a follow-up program for young talents that features the characteristics and values the club is seeking for in athletes.
FC Barcelona Soccer Camp
SpainBCN – Summer Soccer Camp in Barcelona
Tahuichi Soccer Camps
Kickers Soccer Camps
Ascoli Soccer Academy
FC Bayern Munich Summer Residential Camp
The camp curriculum and philosophy mirrored the training methods used in the FC Bayern Academy in Germany and offered boys and girls, ages 10–17, the opportunity to experience specialized soccer training by FC Bayern Munich Academy coaches. The Residential Camp was be led by FC Bayern Munich U14 Coach Thomas Döellner, U14 Head Coach Harald Cerny and Head of Junior Teams Sebastian Dremmler.
Captains Soccer Camp by Jay deMerit
Unwavering self-belief, respect, work ethic, positivity and the importance of establishing a multifaceted skillset — both on and off the field are just a few of the pillars that this camp is built on. Every kid should have dreams and aspirations they can believe in, whether they are sport-focused or related to other passions; for arts, music, academic studies, health & wellness… the sky is the limit.
Clint Greenwood Soccer Academy
Through The Greenwood Method CGSA Programs focus on the 6 Steps To Success…
1. Individual Ball Familiarity (Is the foundation of top class players and the blueprint of CGSA overall player development.)
Learn more at: www.greenwoodsoccer.net
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