National Soccer Academy is the premiere Academy that provides opportunities for young players to learn, mature and gain excellent experiences via competition and cultural exchanges in major events nationally and internationally.
JOIN NSA International Tours and enjoy the time of your life !
Selections are being held now for high level, dedicated players to join the NSA 2023 International Tournament Teams.
Dates: July 11 2023 to July 30 2023
Girls born 2006 — 2012 and 2 girls born 2005.
Boys born 2009 — 2012 and 2 boys born 2008.
Be one of the lucky players who get to experience the NSA way, on and off the field. Interested players should send your player bio to coach Fred (email@example.com) now to be considered.
watch exciting NSA International Soccer Tours videos
Dana Cup video : https://youtu.be/9EBPoOMr5lo
The Importance of International Travel for Youth Soccer Player
excerpt from Youth Soccer News: The Benefits of International Travel for Youth Soccer Players By: Diane Scavuzzo
As Mark Twain once said, “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
Discover … how it feels to be immersed in soccer when you experience soccer abroad. The world is made up of individuals united by a shared passion and love for the game of soccer. All travel has its advantages … All Travel makes the mind work, but soccer travel makes the heart soar.
For a youth soccer player seeking to develop to his or her highest potential on the field, as well as off the field, the experience of traveling internationally is invaluable. Playing against teams from different countries provides special opportunities for player development. Watching and participating in youth soccer abroad where soccer is (almost) a religion provides a real learning experience on the world’s most popular game. Whether you travel purely for the soccer training or can take advantage of turning it into a family holiday, playing youth soccer in Europe creates a lasting impression that develops a player’s awareness of his or her place as a global citizen.
Are American youth players able to compete abroad? Are we good enough? This is the silent question floating in the air. The answer is yes.