We have coached, played, lived, and built businesses in New York, Hawaii, Los Angeles, Miami, Seattle, Germany, Spain, and the UK. Through our experiences, we found that every location is unique and offers different views on soccer.
Founded in 2017, WARUBI Sports challenges itself to use its members’ unique combination of experience in professional and collegiate soccer as well as college recruiting to create value for the US soccer community.
Going to college on an athletic scholarship or becoming a professional athlete is a long and difficult journey. We will help to prepare for that journey and use all of our resources to better equip every athlete to be ready for his or her own individual adventure.
Our camps will give insights into every aspect of becoming a successful college or professional player. We will combine training sessions with in-class education, Q&A sessions (with college and professional soccer coaches and players), and outside of soccer activities.
Furthermore, we want to support not only the player, but also the club and local community. European academy coaches will hold coaching education for local staff and WARUBI will partner with selected charity organizations to leave a positive mark in the local area.
During the last 10 years we met with fellow coaches and players whom had all the same motivation: to help and share their story to the next generation of soccer players in the US. Our mission was to create a network and concept that includes everyone interested in our cause.
That day the idea of WARUBI Sports was born.
We realized and understood that soccer camps are a huge opportunity to bring together young athletes and our network of soccer fanatics. We selected our coaches and players based on 3 major criteria:
- coaching quality
- experience on a professional level
- motivation to improve every player and the game that we love
The hard work paid off and today our network consists of more than 150 current and former professional players, youth academy and senior level coaches from Germany, Spain, England, France, and USA as well as more than 2500 men’s and women’s soccer coaches within the NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA across America.