Be really good at it and get a scout from a college to come watch a game. Send them a video of your highlights.
It all depend's on what scholarship. If it is related to football, then yes, of course you have to be good at it!
You should get a scholarship if you really want to pursue the life of soccer.
College scholarships for soccer are possible. According to the website College Sports Scholarship, coaches choose how to divide up scholarship money across a team. Division I men's soccer teams can have 9.9 scholarships while Division I women's teams may have up to 14. Other divisions have other limits.
To get a scholarship playing soccer in college in Fort Worth you will want to attend a tryout session at Texas Christian University. The school has walk on tryouts twice a year to make the college team. If you do well enough, you will be eligible for a scholarship.
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To be a soccer player you don't have to excel in any classes unless you are trying to get a soccer scholarship to a university or college which would mean you have to earn a good grade average.
Well that's what is good about college soccer, of course when they offer you a scholarship they think you are good, but they can make you better. just try your hardest and relax :)
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Attending a university can be an expensive prospect. Getting a scholarship means that some or all of your tuition is paid for in exchange for putting your skill in soccer to work. It is not necessary to have a scholarship if you can afford it, but having one means that you have already been scouted and are virtually guaranteed a place on the team.
Most players do not contact anyone, scouts looking for good soccer players start looking around in Highschool and college, usually they will contact you if they want to draft you to the soccer leauges or give you a soccer scholarship to play on a college team, if you are in highschool.