EduKick Madrid Announces New Courses

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EduKick Madrid recently announced plans to offer new goalkeeper and continue their new female footballer courses early this year.

Adding goalkeeper and female specific courses to EduKick Spain is an example of our commitment to being the best football academy in Spain.-EduKick President, Joey Bilotta

Since 2001, EduKick has provided International Football and Education Academy programs for academic year, half-year, semester, monthly and summer language immersion football camps in Spain, England, Germany, France, Italy, Brazil, Mexico and the US.

Each venue includes opportunities for full-time educational options such as ESL, EFL, BTEC Sports Science, Foreign Language Study, IGCSE and A-Level, and USA 8-12 Online Distance Learning.

Goal keeper academy

Beginning in January 2015, EduKick Madrid, in association with LA LIGA Goalkeeper coach, Roberto Navajas of Real Sociedad, will open their Madrid-based academy to competitive goalkeepers who want to perfect their skills for their position. This new course features a dedicated coach in the morning training sessions.

Coach Navajas will personally overlook the goalkeeper training curriculum and communicate regularly with attending goalkeepers. Click here to learn more: GOALKEEPER COURSE

Female Soccer Academy

FEMALE SOCCER ACADEMY

September saw the opening of the Female Football Academy Course. This unique female soccer training course is available to international female football players from 13-23 years of age. The female student-players train in the morning alongside the boys, enabling them to test their skills against their male counterparts in the academy.

They also train 2-3 times weekly with the local Spanish Women’s Squad. EduKick Spain inserts all its academy players onto local Madrid area Spanish teams according their their age and level and is affiliated with the famous womens’ only football club, Madrid CFF.

Their first team is in first place in the 2nd Division of Spain`s women`s soccer, and is a favorite to be promoted to Spanish Super Liga – 1st Division of Women`s football in Spain.

EduKick President Joey Bilotta said “Adding goalkeeper and female specific courses to EduKick Spain is an example of our commitment to being the best football academy in Spain. Now both goalkeepers and female footballers can also attend our unique residential academy in Madrid to continue their education and train specific to their position and gender.”

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