The Academy’s soccer curriculum is a progressive year-long program that models many professional clubs. The focus is on educating players on many career opportunities in the business of sports. The curriculum includes individual assessment and skill development, individual tactical concentration, team tactics, coach development, fitness for soccer, goalkeeper education and nutrition. Classes use video and computerized animation to illustrate many of the key topics. The academy is run by Marcus Dibernardo.
The academy offers participants the opportunity to train 5 days per week in an intense soccer culture without using their NCAA eligibility. The academy uses the same modern facilities as the Monroe College Varsity Soccer team. These include a recently built lighted artificial turf field as well as indoor facilities.
A wide variety of athletes
The Monroe College Soccer academy appeals to a wide range of athletes. The player who wishes to be seen by college coaches in America and potentially offered a scholarship, players who needs to obtain college credits to become NCAA eligible without losing playing eligibility, any player who wishes to become a coach and study, international students who want to learn English while being part of a serious academy or international students who want to study in America and play soccer. Whatever your reason for wanting to come, we will make sure it is a first-class, once- in- a- lifetime experience.