Soccer is a great option for athletes if they have talent, coordination and ability.

College soccerplayers that received an athletic scholarship started the process very early. They began the recruiting process when they were in 9th grade. The communication with the coaches should be continually till the end of high school so coaches can see how they develop.

What We Do

  1. Start the process early
  2. Talk to college coaches
  3. Prepare a starting highlight video (as athlete develops, we prepare more as well full games)
  4. Target the schools we are interested
  5. Guiding athletes to have good grades
  6. Find the school and commit
  7. Prepare all the paperwork with NCAA, NAIA Clearing House as well with College admissions
  8. Preparation of Athleticism and skill development adjusted as it is in U.S athletics
  9. Learn about U.S culture and coaches' mentality

Lot of college / universities are offer to athletes give chance to play college soccer. If you want in your profile to get higher scholarship offer, it is important that you play more nation tournaments in your prior time to starting U.S College. This will show your college coaches that you are able to compete at a high level of scholarship. College coaches not contact to you, you will take initiative and contact them.

Competing a national level have great chance to get 100% soccer scholarship. Coaches know how moderate athletic performance can be enhancement immensely with their intensive training methods. College coaches also look sport CV, video, photographs, and advice regarding them.

If athletes want to play top-level soccer, then it's compulsory that coaches watch you in personally.

Men's and Women's Soccer.

NCAA Division I

ODP Experience:

Club Experience:

High School Experience:

NCAA Division II

ODP Experience:

Club Experience:

High School Experience:

Division III and NAIA

NCAA Division III and NAIA

Club Experience:

High School Experience:

**Foreign players must have video and references

Men's Soccer. Male Soccer Scholarships

NCAA D1: 9.9

NCAA D2: 9

NAIA: 12


Women's Soccer. Female Soccer Scholarships

NCAA D1: 14

NCAA D2: 9.9

NAIA: 12


Number of College Soccer Programs

Men's Soccer

NCAA D1: 204
NCAA D2: 172
*NCAA D3: 394
NAIA: 216
NJCAA: 291
Total: 1,277

Women's Soccer

NCAA D1: 314
NCAA D2: 223
*NCAA D3: 409
NAIA: 221
NJCAA: 276
Total: 1,443

Top Men's Soccer Colleges

NCAA D1:Louisville, Akron, Maryland, North Carolina, Butler, California, SMU, UCLA, Connecticut, Princeton, Monmouth, William & Mary, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, Notre Dame, Charlotte, Creighton, South Carolina, Michigan, Virginia, Brown, Providence.

NCAA D2:Franklin Pierce, Midwestern State, Colorado Mines, Northern Kentucky, Rollins, Charlestown, Grand Canyon, Truman, Montevallo, Dowling, Regis, Ashland, Flagler, West Virginia Wesleyan, Tampa.

NAIA:University of Rio Grande, Notre Dame College (Ohio), Hastings College, Simon Fraser University, Lindsey Wilson College, University of Maine at Fort Kent, University of Mobile, Kansas Wesleyan University, Bryan College, Belhaven University, Vanguard University.

Top Women's Soccer Colleges

NCAA D1: Stanford, Portland, North Carolina, Maryland, Florida, Oklahoma State, Notre Dame, Virginia, Texas A&M, UNC Greensboro, Florida State, Marquette, Illinois, West Virginia, Oregon State, UC Irvine, Ohio State

NCAA D2: St. Rose, Central Missouri, Fort Lewis, West Chester, Grand Valley State, West Florida, Columbus State, St. Edward's, Seattle Pacific, California (Pennsylvania), Armstrong Atlantic, UC San Diego, CW Post, Tampa

NAIA: Concordia University, Lee University, Azusa Pacific University, Martin Methodist College, Indiana Wesleyan University, The Master's College, Graceland University, Lindsey Wilson College, Robert Morris University, California Baptist University, University of Mobile, Oklahoma City University

Soccercan offer some of the best scholarship opportunities if you know where to look. Each division level college / school has different amount of scholarships to offer.

Get to know the NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA rules and regulations as well the academic requirements are a must to be eligible to play college Track and field scholarship.

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