No. I am not 11 years old and I do not want to know if I can become a pro at soccer from going to a soccer academy in Southern California?
In a academy of football
Where I coach in Southern California, I get paid approx. $68.50 per season.
Sure, Lampard, Joe Cole, John Terry and Beckham all went to soccer academies!
The Coast Soccer League is located in southern California. Particularly Orange County California. The league consists of many youth soccer teams and for a price of around 500 dollars your child can join.
Well there is no official time for a person to become a soccer player as long as you are incredibly good and you must at least be recognized and recommended by a scout from a school or soccer academy.
IMG Soccer Academy was created in 2002.
Shooting Stars Soccer Academy was created in 2006.
U.S. Soccer Development Academy was created in 2009.
Paa grant soccer academy was created in 2009-01.
every sport there is such as soccer, softball, baseball, football, basketball and ect.
Puget Sound Soccer Academy Rapids was created in 2001.
A soccer academy is usually a camp lasting from a few hours to an entire summer that teaches soccer skills. Other soccer academies have an extended schedule like a regular school.
The cast of The Soccer Academy - 2004 includes: Antonio Soave as Himself - Host
a lot. California is the where most of the pros were born in most sports.(baseball, football, volleyball, lacrosse, etc.) Soccer is not a sport in the USA
Southern Premier Soccer League was created in 2010.
no ti is a contry
Depends how good you are and how hard you work, you should try and get noticed and perhaps get into an academy.
By filling out an application
ones a club and ones an academy (a school) a club is ushally the same thing as a team for example there is Manchester united F.c (football club)!
soccer academies are just a fancy way of saying a soccer team with more advanced coaches, training, and players. (it also cost more)
become good at soccer...
A person can become a soccer coach at a local school by volunteering.