US Universities provide the chance of a lifetime for elite athletes from around the world to pursue their university degree combined with a highly competitive full-time support schedule.
Introduction To Football Scholarships
Collegiate soccer has been a career launchpad for many household names in the USA; indeed, players like Carlos Bocanegra, Maurice Edu, and Clint Dempsey – all of whom came through the collegiate system – have not only represented the USA at the international level but have also made themselves household names overseas by enjoying successful careers at top British clubs.
Of course, Global Soccer Recruitment (GSR) are dedicated to helping their clients pursue their dream of developing their future career by securing the right scholarship for them, but a soccer scholarship offers so much more than just the opportunity of fulfilling your on-field ambitions. In addition to developing and playing football in a highly competitive environment and representing your university in competition, you will also study to achieve academic qualifications recognized across the world.
College soccer in the USA has a rich and diverse history. Teams that participate in the college soccer leagues play a variety of conference and non-conference matches during the fall season, with the season culminating in the ﬁnal tournament – the College Cup.
Following collegiate careers, top male players are often drafted into Major League Soccer (USA), United Soccer League (USA) or signed to clubs in other professional leagues across the world.
Similarly, the top female players are often drafted into the National Women’s Soccer League (USA) or signed to other international leagues including across the globe.
- Apply to GSR
- Free Evaluation – Pre-Qualification Athletic Eligibility
- Sport Assessment (£20.00)
- Interview Stage
- Review Application
- Offer to join GSR
Applicants must be aged between 15 – 22 years old to participate in a GSR soccer assessment!
The program accepts athletes who are currently in University (transfer students) and postgraduate students.