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WHY COLLEGE SPORTS?

One of the key reasons athletes strive to earn a college sport scholarship is because it gives them the opportunity to earn a first class education at a fraction of the cost. Many of the world’s best universities such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Duke, Cal-Berkeley and UCLA are located in the USA.

These and many other good schools offer financial, academic and sport scholarships. America is one of the best places in the world where one can effectively combine a top-level soccer with a degree. Moreover, many schools can provide personal tutors and additional classes for the players when needed.

Many capable athletes don’t pursue a higher education because they fear losing contact with their sport. This is an unfortunate trade-off for many individuals who may have excellent academic potential and don’t realize it. A college sport scholarship can provide the optimal combination of sports and academics and it makes sense for those who feel they have a chance to pursue these opportunities.

 

The U.S. College system, as already mentioned, has produced some of the most well known names in sports. A student athlete can enjoy rewards in receiving first class coaching, sport development programs and free equipment. A normal schedule involves one to two training sessions or practices a day plus additional sport specific weight and fitness sessions. All this alongside a full university degree program.

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INTERVIEWS AND STORIES

A Miami Office Tour

College soccer is just the beginning!

College soccer is just the beginning. Thilo and Markus talk about their different journeys and what’s coming up next.

Dennis Rognstad in LA

Norwegian native Dennis Rognstad talks about his first impressions in Los Angeles.

TIPS FROM A NCAA DIVISION 1 PLAYER

Johannes B. (BIG10 defender of the week during the fall 2018 season) from the University of Maryland gives you some insights and tips how to be a good player and college athlete!

College Campus Tour @ Cal State Los Angeles

Miguel Galvan shows us around and we practice our Spanish language skills.

WARUBI College Recruiting Team

Alassane Kane

Alassane Kane

Soccer Experience

American University, Washington D.C. (NCAA Division 1)

FC Eintracht Bamberg (Germany)

SpVgg Bayern Hof (Germany)

Djk Don Bosco Bamberg (Germany)

SV Memmelsdorf (Germany)

Motivation
I think playing on the highest college level and traveling for sports is cool. It gives me a chance to experience something new while trying to accomplish my goal of becoming a professional footballer.
Herbert Biste

Herbert Biste

Soccer Experience

RW Erfurt (Germany)

SpVgg Bayreuth (Germany)

Hofstra University Pride (NCAA D 1)

California State University, Los Angeles (NCAA D2)

Motivation
Building a bridge for players to continue their soccer career is vital. I am striving for more transparency in global soccer so every player has the chance to get to the next level.
Chris Griebsch

Chris Griebsch

Soccer Experience

FC Carl Zeiss Jena (Germany)

Hofstra University Pride, New York (NCAA Division 1)

Ocala Stampede (USA)

Karmiotissa Pano Polemidia (Cyprus)

Mitchelton FC (Australia)

Motivation
I am glad that I went to college and played on pro level after. In my eyes it is a great opportunity to play soccer overseas, learn a new language, get to know a different culture and experience a different playing and life style.

 

Toni Soler

Toni Soler

Soccer Experience

FC Villarreal (Spain)

UD Alzira (Spain)

Adelphi University (NCAA Division 2)

The University of Tampa (NCAA Division 2)

Motivation
The playing style is very different, but if you combine the European technical and possession skills with American athleticism your game will be more complete.
Jonas Heidrich

Jonas Heidrich

Soccer Experience

RW Erfurt (Germany)

Birmingham Southern College, Alabama (NCAA Division 3)

Wacker Nordhausen (Germany)

Motivation
Most days of the year are unremarkable. They begin and they end with no lasting memory made in between, but when you travel every day will be remarkable.
René Wagner

René Wagner

Soccer Experience

Hawaii Pacific University (NCAA Division 2)

Dynamo Dresden (Germany)

FSV Wacker Nordhausen (Germany)

Motivation
I think the college system produces many good players that can compete in the world’s best soccer countries. Playing an coaching in the USA and in Europe has helped me to identify talent.
Florian Hoffmann

Florian Hoffmann

Soccer Experience

Wright State University, Ohio (NCAA Division 1)

FC Carl Zeiss Jena (Germany)

TSV Neudrossenfeld (Germany)

SpVgg Bayreuth (Germany)

Motivation
Playing in more than one country has helped me to appreciate things more and to compete with some of the world’s best players.

 

Pro Ambassadors & Supporters

George Fochive

George Fochive

MLS & NordicBet Liga
Name
George Fochive 
Nationality
USA
Current Club
Viborg FF (1st Division Denmark)
Former Teams

UConn Huskies (NCAA Division 1)

Portland Timbers (MLS)

Career

Third round draft of the 2014 MLS SuperDraft
MLS Cup Champion 2015

Nils Petersen

Nils Petersen

Bundesliga

Name
Nils Petersen

Nationality
Germany

Current Club
SC Freiburg (1. Bundesliga Germany)

Former Teams

FC Bayern Munich (1. Bundesliga Germany)

SV Werder Bremen (1. Bundesliga Germany)

Energie Cottbus (2. Bundesliga Germany) 

Career

Champions League finalist 2012 with FC Bayern Munich

Silver medal winner at the Olympics 2016

Top scorer at the Olympics 2016

All time leading goal scorer as a „Joker“ in the 1. Bundesliga

Top scorer at 2. Division in Germany (25 goals)

Chris Löwe

Chris Löwe

Premier League

Name
Chris Löwe

Nationality
Germany

Current Club
Huddersfield Town (Premier League)

Former Teams

Borussia Dortmund  (1. Bundesliga Germany)

1. FC Kaiserslautern  (2. Bundesliga Germany)

Career

 

German Bundesliga Champion 2012

German Cup Champion 2012

Champions League Player

German under 19 Bundesliga Champion 2006

Vero Boquete

Vero Boquete

Spain National Team

Name
Verónica Boquete

Nationality
Spain

Current Club
Beijing BG Phoenix (1st Division China)

Former Teams

Portland Thorns

FC Bayern München

Paris Saint German

1. FFC Frankfurt

RCD Espanyol

Buffalo Flash

Chicago Red Stars

Philadelphia Independence

Tyresö FF

 

Career

56 games for Spain national team (38 goals)

German Bundesliga Champion 2016

Champions League Champion 2015

Swedish League Champion 2012

Spain Cup Champion 2009, 2010

Matti Langer

Matti Langer

2. Bundesliga

Name
Matti Langer

Nationality
Germany

Current Club
SpVgg Greuther Fürth (2. Bundesliga Germany & 4. Division Germany)

Former Teams

Rot-Weiß Erfurt (3. Division Germany)

Wacker Nordhausen (4. Division Germany)

SC Freiburg 2 (4. Division Germany)

Career

243 semi-pro and pro games in Germany

Youth 1. Bundesliga Germany

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