EduKick Agents Earn Big Commissions

EduKick: The First. The Best.

In 2001, EduKick began with a passion to operate safe, secure and nurturing, academic year, football boarding schools to international, student-players from across the globe.

The original and most experienced football academies is in its 16th year of providing the football & education experience of a lifetime. We’ve done it! Join us.

EduKick Agents Earn Generous Commissions!

Watch EduKick`s official Kenyan representative, George Onditi, made a visit to the EduKick Manchester site to see all the players he has sent to the program. He also wanted an opportunity to sample life at EduKick Manchester.

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Choose the Best Football/Soccer Academy: England vs. Spain

Looking to find the right soccer/football academy? Congratulations! You’ve found it. EduKick International Football Academies offers two exciting opportunities for great soccer training and a solid academic program. Here are some notes to help you make the best choice.

England

  • Located in Manchester, England
  • Focus on Fitness and Speed
  • Professional Trials Available
  • Plenty of Academic Options

England Football Academy Training

English football matches are both faster and more physical than soccer games elsewhere in the football-playing world. There are four things that most English coaches ask us about when it comes to players: attitude, athleticism, ability with the football, and commitment.

With English football training, upper body and core strength are key. English players tend to be stronger, so start strength training now for these intense physical matches.

In addition to building your strength, also work on your speed, agility, and endurance. This will prepare you for the fast and furious pace of English football.

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Spain

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  • Located in Madrid, Spain
  • Focus on Technique and Footwork
  • Individual Coaching
  • Private Gym “Strength and Conditioning” program

Spanish Football Academy Training

For football academies in Spain, precision and speed are a lot more important than power, and training involves team-oriented and tactical skills. It’s important for players to be aware of their surroundings and know where teammates are on the field.

For players considering a Spanish international football academy, one thing is most important: a love of the game. According to Nacho Mallo, the head coordinator at EduKick Madrid, players with a passion for football are the ones who are going to improve the most.

“All that passion they have, they’ll find a way to express it here,” Mallo said. “We care about all the technical things, so it’s a good place for anyone who’s a more technical player. They will enjoy Spanish football.”

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Learning the language

Don’t know English or Spanish? No worries! Language classes are part of the required curriculum here. Both EduKick venues offer excellent student care and supervision. We work hard to guarantee the security and welfare of all our student-players and make sure they get a solid education to boot.

Rock Your Football/Soccer Game Today

Working toward your goal of becoming the best student-athlete you can be? Choose your International Football/Soccer Travel and Training Guide:

Spain Soccer/Football Training Guide

England Soccer/Football Training Guide

EduKick Registration

Have training questions? Call our professional staff at 866.338.5425, or internationally at 001.905.469-5661.

Manchester December Updates!

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The last week of December was full of great technique training and work. The boys did an amazing job of mastering the new skills.

Training hard.

The beginning of the week brought in the Futsal training, which is a type of ball control. It adds a great advantage on the field by using quick passes in tight areas. The Spanish academy has also had great success with this.

EduKick Manchester v. Liverpool (under 18 squad).

Later on during the week, the team started working on more communication and controlling the ball. Problems with ball possession and misunderstanding around the team have actually cost the Manchester guys four goals at the Liverpool game.

The Man of the Match was Miles Kibukosya.

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Blackburn Rovers v. Huddersfield Town.

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On Saturday the boys headed out to visit Ewood Park to check out the Champion fixture, the result being 1 – 1. It was a great way for the team to see the training and skill involved with playing a good game at the highest caliber.

Up Your Football/Soccer Game Today

Working toward your goal of becoming the best student athlete you can be?
EduKick Registration

Have training questions? Call our professional staff at 866.338.5425, or internationally at 001.905.469-5661.

EduKick England: How Do Host Homes Really Work?

Getting excellent soccer training, the best coaching, a specialized fitness plan, and a great education sounds like an easy decision to make. But we know it can be hard to envision yourself really living in another country.

Questions like: Where will I study? What will I eat? What if I want to go out? and many more can cause prospective students to shy away from making the best decision of their lives.

And while it’s true that dedicating to an overseas soccer academy can be a difficult step, a little information can erase that problem. That’s why our directors have put together this video following one of our student-players, JP, through his life living with a host family in England.

Watch the video below to reveal the best chance you have at working to make your dreams a reality. Not only are his accomodations, security and comfort taken into account, his host family shows genuine appreciation for their charge and enjoys the opportunity to support a young athlete in training.

After that, take a moment to listen to our Director of EduKick Manchester, and decide if our soccer academy in Manchester, England, might be right for you.

Find out what living in Manchester is really like.

EduKick Manchester Director’s Interview

Congratulations to EduKick’s own Javi Mallo of Real Madrid!

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Congratulations Coach Mallo!

All of us at EduKick International want to offer a huge congratulations to REAL MADRID 1st team Assistant Coach, Javi Mallo, on helping Real lift the Champions League trophy for the 11th time!

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Real Madrid overcame on penalties when they eventually beat out Atlético Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final for the second time in three seasons.

“Cristiano Ronaldo, who had a quiet match by his high standards, scored the decisive spot kick after Juanfran had hit the base of the post with the eighth attempt of the shoot-out. Substitute Yannick Carrasco’s 79th-minute equaliser cancelled out a first-half strike by Sergio Ramos, whose own – last-gasp – leveller against the Rojiblancos had forced extra time in Lisbon two years ago.” – UEFA.com

Javi and his brother Nacho Mallo are both Directors of EduKick Madrid, Spain programs, and we’re happy to have them. This is the excellent coaching we offer at all our venues!

This is an exciting time for our Madrid Academy!

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Final Madrid

Ready to join us at EduKick Madrid?

2016 Madrid Summer Soccer Camp

Want to kick up your soccer game?

EduKick is the first and the best in soccer academies. And our Summer Soccer Camp in Madrid, Spain, will help you gain a competitive advantage over other players. At EduKick, we give our student-players the best possible coaches, accomodations, routines, instruction and training.
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What to Expect

Morning

Wake up to a Spanish breakfast and excellent, morning soccer training. After that, spend some time learning the Spanish language with a group of great guys from all around the world.

Afternoon

Take a lunch break – the heartiest meal of the day here – and welcome delicious new dishes like paella and old favorites like tortillas. Afterward you can plunge into the fantastic swimming pool and then maybe do some study before your final Spanish class.

Evening

Soccer training takes place again in the evenings, before a traditionally light Spanish dinner. Students often call home during this time as well as work on studies and spend time with new friends in the game room.
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Workouts, Training, and Much More

Every student-player receives a specialized fitness training routine along with gym workouts in a state-of-the art facility, and our staff rank among the best in the world. We know that every student has unique gifts and talents, and it’s our goal to discover how they can fit into the world of soccer.

That’s why we train more than the body for soccer skills. Our camps build each player up in Spanish language training, soccer skills, physical fitness, interpersonal and international communications, and personal growth.

Tentative 2016 Spain Summer Camp Guidelines:

  • Monday: Typical day
  • Tuesday: Match day. (+ ½ typical day)
  • Wednesday: Typical day
  • Thursday: Match day + Madrid visit (Santiago Bernabeu (Real Madrid) stadium tour/ Walking Tour of Madrid)
  • Friday: Typical day
  • Saturday: Full day Cultural Excursion: (Segovia, Monasterio de El Escorial, Toledo or alike)
  • Sunday: Leisure excursion: (Amusement park, water park, paintball or alike)

Typical day activities are:

  • 8:00 Wakeup call
  • 8:00 – 8:30 Breakfast
  • 9:00 – 11:00 Morning Edukick Spain training
  • 11:30 – 13:00 Spanish Class
  • 13:30 – 14:30 Lunch
  • 14:30 – 16:00 Recovery time in apartment
  • 16:00 – 18:00 Swimming Pool, Groceries, activity
  • 18:30 – 20:30 Evening Edukick Spain Training
  • 21:00 Dinner
  • 23:30 Lights out

Dates:

  • Sunday June 26th: Participants Airport Reception
  • Monday June 27th: Start of all activities of Summer Camp
  • Monday June 27th to Friday July 15th: Summer camp
  • Friday July 15th: Last day of Summer camp
  • Saturday July 16th: Airport drop-off

We know you have questions, and we’re always here to answer them as quickly as possible. Feel free to call us anytime at 866.338.5425 or internationally at 001.905.469-5661. Or fill out the form below for more information through email!

Manchester Academy Update

Many things have been happening at EduKick Manchester

At least three coaching sessions and another game have happened in a week. Wednesday had a home game with Hopwood Hall, and the players are excited to play even more.

Here are some recent pictures from our guys.

Want to join them?

Find out more about EduKick Manchester!

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