About me

Hi, my name is Nico. I am 23 years old and I am from Düsseldorf, Germany. I played NCAA Division 1 soccer for Radford University and Oral Roberts University. During my college career I played for PDL, and NPSL teams including Brooklyn Italians and OKC Energy. I earned my bachelor’s degree in business administration from Radford University and I am currently pursuing my MBA at Oral Roberts University.

Before college soccer, I played for TURU Düsseldorf and BV 04, two local teams from my hometown.  I came to the United States when I was 18 years old. I had just graduated from high school and decided to make the biggest step of my life.

I want to help you to take the next step in your athletic career and change your life.

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From Players. For Players.

WARUBI Sports is a full-service soccer management company that guides players through a variety of issues involving their collegiate and professional career. In addition to that, we organise and host soccer youth camps in cooperation with the DFB.

Located in West Palm Beach, Florida, WARUBI Sports expands as the industry leader for connecting football from Europe with soccer in the United States. Our vision is to build the world’s biggest global soccer network.

We are improving the level of service beyond what any athlete has experienced in the industry thus far, one client at a time.

From Players. For Players.


WARUBI Soccer Camps Trailer.

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!

Interview with Nico Matern (Indy Eleven, USL) and our German Team about his path from Germany to Pro Soccer in the USA. 

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

Interview about playing and studying at NCAA D2 powerhouse Lynn University with Lukas Hombach.

WARUBI on the road. This time in Florida. Meeting college coaches, scouting young talents, and watching the under 17 national team against the Netherlands.


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