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GPS Southeast Europe Valencia CF Soccer Program aims to identify, train and develop the most talented young footballers in the region. To achieve this, the most talented kids will have the opportunity to enter the Elite Program and train on one or more dedicated camps in their country under the guidance of highly qualified GPS Southeast Europe Valencia CF. Those who will be deemed ready for the next step will be called to form a national team which will train and compete with the best players following the elite program from the rest of the South East Europe region in Greece on specialized camps and International tournaments.

The Elite Program aims to best prepare and develop skilled young footballers so they can have the chance, if selected, to compete for a position at the Valencia C.F. Academy or other Academies of Professional European Clubs once they turn 16 years old. The program is divided in four stages. Every stage is designed to meet the needs of the players for each different age group.

o RECRUITING PROGRAM
LOCAL - NATIONWIDE – SOUTH EAST EUROPE
o ELITE DEVELOPMENT CAMPS
o PERSONAL TRAINING
o GOALKEEPER ACADEMY
o NATIONAL SELECTED TEAM
o SOUTHEAST EUROPE SELECTED TEAM

“Elite Program Annual Schedule 2018-19”

GPS PLACEMENT PROGRAM
At its heart the GPS Southeast Europe Valencia CF Soccer Program aims to identify and develop players of Elite level so they can have a shot to join the Valencia CF Academy in Spain. However Global Premier Soccer and Global Premier Management will be able to offer a great number of alternative placement opportunities them to fully achieve their maximum potential and explore their possibilities to play professional football or study in the U.S with a sport scholarship. GPS has a great record in producing elite players at high level US based Colleges, National Team Programs, and professionally in the US, UK, Spain and beyond.

VALENCIA C.F. ACADEMY, Education and Boarding Program
http://en.valenciacf.com/ver/68500/el-proyecto-educativo-de-la-academia-vcf-en-la-ciudad-deportiva-de-paterna.html
GPS INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY IN VALENCIA
http://www.globalpremiersoccer.net/spaininternationalacademy
GPS INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY IN LONDON
http://www.globalpremiersoccer.net/ukinternationalacademy
SOCCER CHANCE USA PROGRAM
http://soccerchanceusa.com

GPS SEE PLACEMENT PROGRAM
GPS SEE / VALENCIA CF INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY IN ATHENS
EUROPEAN PROFESSIONAL CLUB ACADEMIES
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE OR FOOTBALLLEAGUE PRO TEAMS

 JAG Winning Sports has partnered with GPS in order to co-operate leading International Soccer Program for Valencia CF in the area of Southeast Europe.

JAG Winning Sports for 10 years developed and operated a network of Arsenal soccer schools across Greece and Cyprus housing over 3.000 kids per year aged from 5 to 16. JAG Winning Sports through its various training programs aimed for the development of talented youth from Southeast Europe countries (ages 9 to 16) to prepare them to enter, depending on their level Academies of professional football clubs in Europe and Greece.

JAG Winning Sports created the operational, scouting and recruitment plan for the Arsenal FC Elite Academy Southeast Europe as well as the business plan for the creation and successful operation of this project on Arsenal FC’s behalf (2010 – 2014).

In the last four years more than 25 players have already graduated from JAG Winning Sports Elite and Advanced programs moved to European professional clubs (Arsenal FC, MANU, AJAX FC, PEC Zwolle, Vitesse, Heerenveen, Hellas Verona, Achilles 29, Panathinaikos, Olympiacos, PΑΟΚ, ΑΕΚ, Panionios, Asteras Tripolis, Panetolikos, ΑΕΚ Larnaca, Αnorthosi Cyprus) also to US Universities with scholarship.
Some of them are: Dejan Iliev, Martin Svidersky, Ricardo Farcas, Savvas Mourgos, Elias Hatzitheodoridis, Kostas Pileas, Kostas Halkidis, Christos Albanis, Christos Sielis, Kostas Balogiannis, Christos Papadopoulos, Elias Iliadis , Esmerald Alucu, Marco Divcovic, Nicola Tanousai, Vasillis Triantafillakis, Marianna Goula, Leda Koskina.

 

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