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Soccer Scholarship in the USA

Everybody is starting to ask you ‘So, what are you thinking about studying?’ and the only thing you’re thinking is ‘I want to see the world and play soccer (preferably on a scholarship)!’. What if you could combine both? And, even better, make your parents happy by earning a widely-recognised degree along the way? Sounds too good to be true? Well, United Sports USA has sent hundreds of soccer players to different parts of the US to pursue their dream of traveling and studying all the while playing their favorite sport.

Are you passionate about soccer and would love to be surrounded by the best facilities, equipment and coaches available? Would you like to be part of the American college system where they are starting to produce some of the best soccer players in the world? Would you like to play at a highly competitive level and travel all over the US with your fellow teammates? Studying abroad and becoming a student-athlete will be one of the biggest challenges you will face, but if you are an ambitious young soccer player it is simply something you can’t pass up!

The key is to not sit around and wait for a soccer scholarship to just happen. Give us a call or send an e-mail to one of our sports consultants, all of whom are former student-athletes.
Be proactive: apply now and sign up for an assessment game and who knows where it could take you…

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Success Stories

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Andy Cormack

Andy played successfully at St.Francis College before deciding to stay in the US and becoming the team's assistant coach in 2015.

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Paco Craig

Paco Craig is a professional footballer as of March 2016 and plays as a defender for Louisville City in the United Soccer League.

Fun Facts

  • A professional soccer player runs 4,8 kilometers, or 3.9 miles, in an average soccer game.
  • Only 5.7% of players coming out of high school play college soccer.  The women fair a little better with 7.2% playing college soccer.
  • The highest attended NCAA Men’s College Cup was in 1995 in Richmond, Va. 21,319 fans showed up to witness Wisconsin defeat Duke 2-0. Attendance reached more than 20,000 in 1996 and 1997; games were also held in Richmond.