You can even be in high school to get drafted into professional soccer, but you can start college soccer in like your first week in college depending on where you go.
It depends what college you are going to.
first of all its football, not soccer, and there's no college to become a FOOTBALL player, you get picked up by clubs when your young and developed from youth
Ummm play soccer?
it takes1 year in college
A soccer player can be any age as long as they are good at soccer. Prime soccer ages are around 22 years old.
In America, none is required, but most players get drafted in college just like football, so if you want to become a pro-soccer player, finish high school, get into a college with a soccer scholarship (for playing exceptionally well), and if your lucky and very good, you might get drafted to become a pro-soccer player.
yes, you have to go to college for seven years.
be extremely good at soccer and get noticed by a college coach
It is better and then you can have something else to do other than soccer. But it would be better so you could play college ball.
Its your choice but you dont need to go to college
U don't need to go to college
It is the greatest feeling ever! Long live soccer!!!!
You should get a scholarship if you really want to pursue the life of soccer.
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.
There is no penalty box in outdoor soccer. I believe there is for indoor soccer.
you don't have to but you can get signed from your school teams
None at all, no educational requirements.
Soccer was invented a long time ago, so there are tons of good women soccer players. But the current best women soccer player is Mia Hamm.
Absolutely not! In fact, playing college-level soccer is one of the most important steps to becoming a professional player.
any school in the ACC...by far the best conference for soccer and most sports in general
12 yrs or 2yrs omg right
When soccer became a part of the National College Athletic Association's calendar, soccer received a big boost in both player participation and sponsors within the United States.