Maximizing Your Gap Year at the International Development Academy

As March unfolds, high school seniors across the nation anxiously await admissions decisions from colleges and universities. For many aspiring soccer players, this period is not just about academic acceptance but also about securing a spot on a collegiate soccer team. However, the reality is that not every player receives the offers they had hoped for. This is where the concept of a gap year, particularly at the International Development Academy, emerges as a game-changer.

Embarking on a gap year journey can be a pivotal decision for any aspiring student-athlete. It’s not just about taking time off; it’s about making the most of that time to enhance skills, broaden horizons, and prepare for the future. At IDA, we understand the significance of this transitional period, which is why we offer a range of comprehensive programs and pathways designed to cater to every individual’s needs and aspirations.

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At IDA, the gap year experience is more than just a hiatus; it’s a transformative journey of growth, learning, and self-discovery. Whether you’re striving to excel academically, enhance your athletic prowess, or broaden your cultural horizons, IDA provides the guidance, support, and resources needed to turn your aspirations into achievements. With a tailored approach to gap year education, IDA empowers students to seize every opportunity, overcome challenges, and emerge as confident, well-rounded individuals prepared to conquer the future, both on and off the field.

We are dedicated to giving our players the best resources and assistance to reach their goals, no matter what they may be. Our 2024 lineup of players looking to play at the next level exemplify the benefits of our offerings, including a gap year. Simon Wheeler, committed to the University of Charleston, exemplifies the challenges many players face when awaiting final acceptance. 

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Kaden Foreman exemplifies this, using his gap semester in the UK to refine his soccer skills, ultimately securing a spot at Rollins College. At IDA, Kaden experienced top-tier coaching and diverse playing levels, challenging him to grow both on and off the pitch. IDA aided him in college selection by providing databases and support in contacting schools and coaches. Kaden credits IDA for positively impacting his recruitment process and personal development, encouraging others with similar aspirations to embrace the opportunity for transformative experiences and fulfilling their dreams. Read Kaden’s full story HERE

Leo Davies is torn between NCAA Division 2 sides in Buffalo, New York, and Redding, California. With IDA’s comprehensive academic and athletic programs, Leo could utilize his gap year to explore college-level courses, SAT preparation, and ESL classes, ensuring he’s fully prepared for whichever path he chooses.

Talha Khalil is committed to join powerhouse Briar Cliff University, which is a current feeder into NC State.

Mordecai’s journey reflects the importance of understanding NCAA eligibility requirements early on. Fortunately, through careful consideration and guidance, Mordecai found alternative pathways to strong NAIA universities. Sandy’s pursuit of acceptance from Emory highlights the uncertainty inherent in the college admissions process. Finally, Brandon Madrigal’s commitment to Carleton University showcases the diverse paths available to student-athletes. 

In a world where uncertainties abound, the decision to take a gap year may seem daunting. Yet, for many soccer enthusiasts, it represents a strategic investment in their future—one that offers not just a chance to excel in sports but also to embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery and growth. As admissions decisions trickle in and opportunities unfold, the path forward may not always be clear, but with the right mindset and support system, the possibilities are endless. So, as the class of 2024 stands at the crossroads of their academic and athletic futures, let us embrace the spirit of adventure, resilience, and perseverance that defines the gap year experience. For in the pursuit of our dreams, it is often the detours that lead us to our true destination—ready to conquer challenges, seize opportunities, and write the next chapter of our extraordinary journey.

Join IDA’s impressive list of players who earned their spot at their dream school through a gap year by speaking to one of representatives HERE.  

From Puerto Rico to the Global Stage: Adrian Biaggi’s Journey with IDA

Adrian Biaggi’s remarkable journey stands as a testament to the transformative power of international exposure and opportunities. Hailing from the vibrant soccer scene in Puerto Rico, Adrian’s rise from obscurity to becoming a national team captain is a story that echoes across borders and inspires young talents around the globe.

Adrian’s journey began when he made the life-changing decision to join the International Development Academy at DME Academy. As a rising senior, he faced the typical challenges that many young players encounter – a lack of exposure and limited recruitment opportunities. However, it was precisely these hurdles that fueled Adrian’s determination to carve out a path to success.

The initial struggle was real, but Adrian’s commitment to his craft and the sport only deepened. He grew into a stellar player and a charismatic captain. His dedication and leadership qualities didn’t go unnoticed, especially during a pivotal event where over 30 college coaches witnessed his standout performances.

The ripple effect of that event was profound. Adrian received not just one, but four Division I offers, alongside multiple Division II opportunities. The International Development Academy had not only provided him with exposure but had become the catalyst for a series of life-changing decisions.

Choosing to further his education and soccer career, Adrian opted for the University of Dayton in Ohio. Little did he know that this move would propel him into the spotlight, earning him a coveted spot on the national team. The call-up was a crowning achievement, but Adrian’s journey was far from over.

In a remarkable turn of events, he not only secured a place in the national team but also earned the prestigious captain’s armband. His debut match against St. Kitts at the CONCACAF was nothing short of spectacular, marked by a goal that symbolized his ascent from overlooked talent to a global soccer sensation.

The International Development Academy at DME Academy had provided Adrian with the tools and opportunities he needed to thrive on the international stage. His story serves as a beacon for aspiring soccer talents facing similar challenges – a reminder that, with the right platform, dedication, and a bit of international exposure, dreams can indeed become a reality.

Adrian Biaggi’s journey continues to resonate, not just as a success story for one player, but as an embodiment of the mission and impact of the International Development Academy. As more young talents from around the world look to follow in Adrian’s footsteps, his narrative becomes a source of inspiration, illustrating the boundless possibilities that unfold when passion, opportunity, and global perspective converge on the soccer field.

IDA Agrees Exclusive Partnership Deal with Ghana’s Medeama SC

IDA is proud to announce the launch of its brand-new partnership with Medeama SC of the Ghanaian Premier League and CAF Champions League. This is a first of its kind relationship for IDA with Medeama becoming its first fully professional club partner. The extent of this exciting project does not stop there either; Medeama SC will also become IDA’s exclusive Ghanaian partner.

This partnership has been formed to provide Medeama SC academy players external access to further high-level training and competition in Europe, and direct pathways into European academies and the US collegiate system. All of this is designed to assist the ongoing growth of Medeama’s brand across the globe through entry to various high-level tournaments at the youth level, the birth of IDA & Medeama SC talent identification clinics in various destinations and international tours for both its academy and senior teams.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with such an ambitious and forward-thinking club,” said Ben Poulton, Director of Camps & Short-Term Programs. “Ghanaian football has a rich history and to have the opportunity to work with Medeama SC to ensure the next generation of players receive further opportunities to succeed is a very exciting thing.”

Despite being relatively young in the Ghanaian top-flight, Medeama SC have earned a top-four-finish on two occasions in the last five years and are already widely regarded as a powerhouse in Ghanaian football. They have won the Ghanaian FA Cup twice, beating local giants Asante Kotoko in both finals and have also represented Ghana twice in the CAF Confederation Cup with the side putting on some impressive performances during both attempts.

Medeama SC Club President, Moses Armah, had this to say on the new partnership: “We are very excited about the opportunity to work with IDA for the next few years. I am wishing us all the best of luck and a flourishing partnership that sees our deal extended further. We are again extremely grateful to IDA for this opportunity and the accomplishments it will bring.”

According to Medeama SC’s website, “The success of the Club is based on the principles of co-operation, trust, humility, discipline, effort and loyalty.” Values by which IDA too stand by and promote which will no doubt see a long and successful partnership for the two organisations.

The first step for this partnership looks to be at Surf Cup International Morocco with plans underway for Medeama’s academy teams to enter the inaugural tournament in Tangier this Summer. Here’s to dreaming bigger together!

IDA and Toronto United FC: A  Meaningful Partnership

IDA is proud to create partnerships with clubs that open doors for players from all over the world. Sebastien Blanchet, a 16-year-old left-back, and Malcolm Thompson, a 16-year-old center-back, recently embarked on such a journey with IDA, the International Development Academy. Both players from Toronto United FC (TUFC) had an enriching summer pre-season experience with IDA, a partnership that has proven to be instrumental in their development.

Blanchet and Thompson’s summer stint with IDA was not just a brief detour but a pivotal chapter in their footballing journey. Having gained valuable insights and training during the pre-season, the duo returned to finish the second half of the season with enhanced skills and a broader perspective on the beautiful game.

Amidst the success stories, it’s crucial to acknowledge the concerted efforts of both IDA and TUFC in delivering quality programs for TUFC players. The collaboration between the two organizations during the last season laid the groundwork for a nurturing environment that fosters player growth, tactical understanding, and skill refinement.

Central to this flourishing partnership is the IDA Partner Program, a platform that goes beyond conventional training sessions. This program is designed to provide TUFC players with unparalleled exposure and unique competitive opportunities, not just through individual programs but also by actively involving them in international events and tournaments.

Eric, the Technical Director of TUFC, shares his thoughts on the collaboration, stating, “Our inaugural year with IDA has been a success. This collaboration opens doors for our players to train and compete internationally in diverse European locations. We also gain access to high-quality international tournaments, offering a unique chance for our teams to excel outside their usual environment. We are consistently impressed by IDA’s professional management and approach, laying a solid foundation for future growth.”

In conclusion, the journey of Sebastien Blanchet and Malcolm Thompson from TUFC to IDA exemplifies the positive impact of strategic partnerships in youth football. As the collaboration continues to flourish, it not only enhances individual player development but also elevates the standard of football programs provided by both IDA and TUFC. The future looks promising for these young talents, who are now equipped to face the global stage with confidence and skill.

James Wielfaert Commits to Rollins College: From Belgium to IDA Valencia to Florida, USA

In the summer of 2022, James Wielfaert embarked on a transformative journey that would shape his soccer career and academic pursuits. Hailing from Belgium, James was initially invited to the Levante Academy, but it was the allure of IDA Valencia that ultimately captured his heart.

One of the key factors that drew James to IDA Valencia was the opportunity to enroll in a foreign academy. The prospect of advancing both athletically and academically resonated strongly with him. Upon a trial visit and a conversation with Rick, it became evident that IDA Valencia was the right place for James to nurture his talents.

The coaching staff, including top trainers like Vicente, Dilan, Toni, Pedro, and the support team with individuals like Jordi, Laura, Ivan, all played pivotal roles in creating a positive and nurturing environment. Notably, the academic aspect, facilitated by the USPA, added an extra layer of excellence to James’s experience, with commendable teachers and the indispensable presence of Alberto.

While the overall experience was described as wonderful, James faced a significant challenge in obtaining a license to play for a Spanish team as a minor, particularly at the Liga Nacional level. However, his determination and the unwavering support from the IDA Valencia team prevailed.

James Wielfaert’s primary goal is to become a professional soccer player, and he saw attending university in the United States as an integral step towards achieving this dream. Grateful for the recruitment into the men’s soccer team at Rollins, James acknowledges the exceptional staff and the conducive environment for both playing and studying. Notably, Kaden Foreman, who also transitioned from IDA UK to Rollins, serves as a testament to the caliber of talent nurtured at IDA academies.

Expressing his gratitude, James credits individuals like Peter, Jordi, and the entire IDA community for their role in his journey. His commitment and perseverance are highlighted by his strong will and character, traits that are undoubtedly contributing factors to his success.

In James’s own words, “IDA Valencia has made me a better person and a better soccer player.” He attributes much of his growth to Coach Dilan Nash, with whom he shares a close relationship both on and off the field. James’s ultimate goal is to turn professional, a mindset that reflects his self-belief and determination. He leaves for the USA with an eagerness for the new challenge, viewing it as the final step toward realizing his dream.

James Wielfaert encapsulates the spirit of IDA Valencia – a place where passion, dedication, and guidance converge to shape aspiring athletes into professionals, both on the field and in life. As he steps onto the soccer fields of the United States, James carries with him the lessons and experiences gained at IDA Valencia, ready to make his mark on the global soccer stage. Congratulations on your commitment James, we are excited to continue to watch you grow in the US!

IDA’s Partnership with Puerto Rico Surf

The International Development Academy (IDA) takes great pride in its enduring partnership with Puerto Rico Surf, a collaboration that has been thriving since the inception of the Academy in 2020. From the outset, Puerto Rico Surf wholeheartedly embraced IDA’s mission, recognizing the potential for growth and excellence in soccer development.

At present, Puerto Rico Surf boasts a robust presence with four players stationed at our Valencia location, featuring talents such as Pablo Loinaz and Ruben Rosado. However, the pinnacle of Puerto Rico Surf’s success within the IDA narrative unfolds in the remarkable journey of Jeremy De Leon. Having joined IDA in 2020, Jeremy dedicated himself to getting stronger and improving his fitness, analyzing his gameplay footage, and immersing himself in a professional soccer environment.

During his two-year stint with IDA, Jeremy’s trajectory reached extraordinary heights—he received a call-up to represent the Puerto Rican national team and gained professional experience with CD Castellon, ultimately culminating in the realization of his dream: signing a professional contract with none other than Real Madrid.

Looking ahead, the ongoing partnership between IDA and Puerto Rico Surf signifies a commitment to expanding collaborative endeavors, introducing more activities both on the island and across various IDA locations. As Puerto Rico Surf experiences rapid growth, providing their players with opportunities to compete internationally becomes a priority. Hector Sola, representing PR Surf, expressed confidence in IDA, emphasizing the program’s quality and highlighting the seamless communication with Jordi and Ivan, which facilitates the support of players in their developmental journey.

Rick Angelicola, IDA’s Global Director, echoed the sentiment of gratitude for the invaluable partnership with Puerto Rico Surf. He expressed enthusiasm about continuing this collaboration to offer transformative experiences for all players, akin to the success story of Jeremy De Leon. Angelicola eagerly anticipates identifying and nurturing the talents of the next aspiring player who will go on to achieve their goals under the joint banner of IDA and Puerto Rico Surf.

Our IDA staff was recruiting at the 2019 Youdan Cup in England when they noticed a stand-out player. In a game between GPS National Team and Sheffield United, GPS player Jeremy De Leon took the spotlight. Jeremey, being a former Puerto Rico Surf player, decided to join IDA Valencia in 2020 to complete his high school education with USPA while training full-time.

A few key factors contributed to Jeremy’s success and growth as a player. At the International Development Academy, we strive to provide our players with all the resources, energy, and motivation needed to achieve their goals. However, success does not come without work. Jeremy embodies IDA’s values; he came to IDA with a rather small stature and built up his strength and technicality over time. His dedication to the game and the culture at IDA was met with a rewarding career at the International Development Academy and beyond.

At just 17 years old, Jeremy led the Puerto Rico Under-20 Team in the 2022 CONCACAF Championship Qualifier with two goals against Bermuda. De Leon also competed in Puerto Rico’s 2022 UNCAF U-19 Tournament in Belize, where he netted 2 out of 3 goals in a 3-3 draw. After one year at IDA, he became a regular with the senior Puerto Rican national team as well as catching eyes from Atletico Madrid and Villarreal.

Following a very successful trial with CD Castellon’s youth team, where he scored 11 goals in 10 games, Jeremy De Leon signed his first professional contract with CD Castellon’s first team—members of the third tier of Spanish soccer. The contract will last until 2024.

Jeremy’s professional debut in the Primera Division RFEF was in CD Castellon’s derby game against Villarreal CF B. He would go on to play against FC Barcelona B at the Estadi Johan Cruyff at just 18 years of age. Since joining the Castellon squad, Jeremy has earned match MVP, gained sufficient minutes, and proven his worth at the professional level. Perhaps Jeremy’s most treasured success to date was scoring in front of a sold-out crowd in Castellon’s 4-3 playoff victory against RC Deportivo on June 11, 2023. 

Added January 24, 2024:

After making his mark on CD Castellon for over a year including 43 appearances and 2 goals, the 19-year old has signed a professional contract with Real Madrid. Jeremy’s two-year contract will last until 2026. He is set to join Madrid’s reserve team, Real Madrid Castilla. The team plays in the Segunda Division B and is managed by Real Madrid Legend, Raúl González Blanco. 

Jeremy will be the second Puerto Rican to ever wear a Real Madrid jersey. We are extremely proud to continue to follow Jeremy’s journey that started at our Valencia Academy in 2020!

IDA offers ambitious student-athletes aged 15-22 the opportunity to develop their game while following a fulfilling academic curriculum. With four locations throughout the United States and Europe, players are in control of their own pathways to college and/or professional levels. Stay, train, and compete in over 50 matches a year while pursuing the next steps in an athletic and academic career.

Reach out to IDA today to find out how we can help you get started on your professional journey today!

This year has been one for the record books for IDA at DME Academy. The competitive season began on September 15, 2022 with a 8-1 victory over Ormond Beach SC U19. This outstanding team win would mark the first of many. The team had a 20-1-3 record overall, spanning regular season games and tournaments. The team attended and won two notable tournaments this season – IMG Cup and the Easter Cup International. 

IMG Cup is a prestigious tournament that attracts intense competition and a wealth of college coaches. This year, DME Academy took home the cup, breezing through the competition undefeated. They kicked off with a 2-0 win against BW Gottschee and went on to score 6 more goals in the final two games of the tournament defeating Smithtown Kickers 3-1 and Cedar Stars 3-0. 

The Easter International Cup is a high-level tournament, hosting 200 top youth soccer teams across the country as well as 25 international teams. The IDA at DME Academy squad had an undefeated run in the tournament with high scoring games against Pumas FC Honduras, ANPPS Parkland Soccer, ANISA International Soccer, ASEGL Plantation FC, and a huge 6-1 victory in the championship against Florida Rush OOSA. This was a major cup win for the Academy, boosting our status as one of the top youth programs in the country. 

One IDA at DME academy standout, Adrian Biaggi, committed to continue his soccer career at The University of Dayton – a division I school that competes in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Adrian came to the United States from Puerto Rico via IDA’s partnership with DME Academy during his senior year with no pre-existing college offers. Through hard work and exposure, Adrian earned 4 division I offers by April 1st of this year before ultimately choosing Dayton. 

In addition to the Academy’s on-field success, DME recently built a 75,000+ sq foot turf field, which will play a key role in enhancing training sessions and quality of games. With state-of-the-art facilities, the Academy will be able to host high-level competitions, offer showcase events, practice on a full-sized field, and have flexible training hours. 

This summer, IDA at DME Academy is hosting a 4-week intensive program that is designed to help serious soccer athletes improve their game. Players will participate in two daily training sessions, beach workouts, S&C sessions, receive a highlight video and professional photos, and have the option to take ESL courses. The camp is open to both boys and girls ages 13-19. 

Ready to ignite the dream? Speak to a representative today about opportunities with IDA at DME Academy!

Many students take a gap year to focus on traveling, sports, and self-discovery. But is it worth it? Discover the pros and cons of taking a gap year.

College soccer players listening to coach on the bench during a game.

Taking a gap year after high school is becoming more and more popular, with many colleges now encouraging students to do so. Some proponents even argue that a gap year, or a year of service before starting college, should be mandatory for all students!

Despite the advantages of taking a gap year, many students don’t fully understand the concept of a gap year. You may believe it involves traveling aimlessly and wasting time — but that’s a common misconception.

What is a gap year?

A gap year is when you take a year off, typically between high school graduation and college. So instead of beginning college the fall after you finish high school, you’d start the following fall.

Gap years are meant to give students a break from academics. It’s usually a time to discover yourself and consider what kind of education and career you want to pursue.

A gap year can take many forms. For example, you could work a job, complete an internship, volunteer, or travel. You can do these activities independently or as part of a gap year program.

Why Do People Take Gap Years?

In one survey, the two most common reasons students gave for taking a gap year before college were to recover from academic burnout and to learn more about themselves.

A gap year not only gives you time to recharge and refocus but also allows you to learn more about yourself on your own terms.

Research on the benefits of a gap year has led schools like Harvard University, New York University, and MIT to encourage students to take one.

Many colleges even allow accepted applicants to defer their admission for a year so they can take a gap year.

Taking a Gap Year with IDA: Pros and Cons

Although many students can benefit from taking a gap year after high school, the path isn’t for everyone. Here are some gap year pros and cons to consider before making a decision.

✅ Pro: You’ll Enter College Feeling Refreshed and Refocused

The clarity earned by taking a gap year before college can positively affect your academic performance. Research shows that those who take a gap year are more likely to graduate in four or fewer years compared to the national average of six years.

The time spent reflecting and learning about potential paths can also help you make a more informed decision when picking a major.

❌ Con: You May Feel Isolated or Like You’re Falling Behind

Watching friends leave for college and go through similar experiences at the same time can increase FOMO. Likewise, knowing you’ll be going through these experiences a year after your peers might make you feel as though you’re falling behind.

While these feelings are understandable, remember that entering college one year late won’t ultimately harm your professional trajectory. You’ll get to experience college all the same when you eventually start school again.

✅ Pro: You’ll Build Important Skills

You can use your gap year to develop any number of key life skills. This could mean learning a language while living in another country, honing communication and leadership skills while being part of a group, and specifically with IDA, you can work holistically on your soccer development.

❌ Con: It May Be Harder to Transition Back to School

Spending your gap year idle or withdrawn from academic engagement could make your transition back to school tricky.

The best way to avoid this problem is to keep yourself engaged and challenged by material you find interesting. At IDA you can also take advantage of our multiple academic partners, for college credits and college prep courses.

✅ Pro: It Can Attract College Coaches and Future Employers

A productive gap year is a great time to engage in resume-building activities. Learning a skill, gaining soccer experience in a foreign league, studying a language, or spending months learning about a specific topic or country can all help your resume stand out.

A year spent abroad can also build skills that will impress potential employers.

✅ Pro: You Can Broaden Your Horizons

Traveling and living abroad for your gap year can be a transformative experience. Immersing yourself in a new culture, learning a language, and seeing the world from a different perspective can help you discover your passions and purpose.

Should You Take a Gap Year?

A gap year isn’t for everyone. Though popular, gap year programs and international travel can cost a pretty penny. It’s worth considering how a gap year could affect your finances before you decide whether to take one.

Other factors to consider include what kinds of activities you plan to do during your gap year. IDA with its focus on soccer gives you the structure to make a productive gap year

Ask yourself: What goals do you want to achieve before starting college? Do you think you have still room to improve as a player to be better ready for a college soccer carear?

Ultimately, it’s up to you to determine whether a gap year is the best course of action for you and your goals. But if you want to learn more how IDA can help you in this process, don’t hesitate to contact us.

The proof is in our players – Tyler Nyquist, from Bozeman, Montana

The IDA Player Experience integrates directly into the IDA Residential Academy Program where participants train, compete, and experience the day-to-day life of a full-time IDA student-athlete, creating a new standard for international camps.

Last year Tyler Nyquist, a solid midfielder from Montana Surf Soccer Club, decided to challenge himself and flew over to Valencia for the month of June. During that month, Tyler had the opportunity to train on a daily basis with our qualified coaching staff, to face local competition and to experience a totally different level, style of play and culture.

Recently we sat down with Tyler to review his experience of international camps and the reason why he decided to join IDA Valencia full-time.

How did the IDA Player Experience in June help you from a soccer development standpoint?

Overall, I think I improved every aspect of my game. 

I found it very noticeable when I went back in July to the US and competed in college camps and tournaments. I think even though it was just a month long, it helped accelerate my development.   

How would you describe the environment in IDA?

All the training sessions are high intensity, well structured, and lots of fun. I feel like I learn something new every time I step on the field, and the opportunity to improve every day is what I was looking for.

Off the pitch, we are like a big family. 

What were your expectations coming into the IDA Player Experience and how did you mentally/physically prepare leading up to the arrival date?  

I was expecting a faster speed of play, against players with excellent technique. I decided to be ready to keep my game simple, in order to be able to compete at that level

What has been your favorite moment of this experience so far? 

We played in a tournament at the UD Levante Facilities and we took 2nd place. I would say this is my favorite moment because I got to experience Spanish football for the first time – we had some good results and I felt great about my ability to compete at that level

What is the difference between the IDA Player Experience and other camps you have participated in the past?

The intensity of the training and schedule, the real games, the video footage for my highlight film – to name just a few. The whole experience was so different to what we are used to with summer camps and ID camps. Most camps these days are the same thing – show up, do some training, play some practice games with the same players. You can’t really compare the two. If you want the real deal, IDA is your best bet.”

Do you have any advice for players interested in experiencing IDA for the first time?

Not only are your football abilities going to improve, but you will also grow a lot as a person. I recommend the month-long experience because it is the perfect way to properly evaluate if it is the right thing for you.

What was the decisive factor that made you join IDA full-time after joining the Academy for the month of June?

I realized I would get more out of this than I would back home. A 9-month season was much more appealing to me than two 3-month seasons in the USA.

Having access to a pitch 24/7, gym and quality coaching staff, are critical for my development and to reach my goals as a player. Also, being able to meet lots of new people and seeing different cultures influenced the decision.

IDA player experience is available multiple times throughout the year, for players 15-20 yrs old from all over the world. Experience international camps today! You can find all dates at https://internationalda.com/events/ or you can schedule a call with our advisor, Georgios Charkoutsakis, by filling out the form below.



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