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Published Wednesday 25th of March 2020 04:38 PM
Alex was born in Washington DC to English parents and grew up playing for local academies until he was 18 years old where he was recruited to play Division 1 university ‘soccer’ in Boston. He was wanting to fully develop and give himself every opportunity to succeed in football and, after a year, realised this was not where he needed to be as he was struggling to get the best football provisions. Despite being in the same league as DC United, Philadelphia Union, Red Bull’s teams (top MLS clubs) he knew he needed to get out of the US and find soccer schools in England to take his talent to the next level.
Published Friday 20th of March 2020 04:53 PM
Here at UK Football Schools we are always looking for the best programmes for football and education especially for high school graduates. This is a very important time in life of an aspiring footballer as they can be torn between going to university or leaving education for good to solely chase their goals of becoming a professional.
Published Wednesday 4th of March 2020 08:15 PM
Where, and why overseas players should search for boarding schools in the UK when aiming to develop themselves and go into the professional game?
Published Monday 24th of February 2020 08:51 PM
Is UK Football trials worth it…? Is UK Football schools worth it..? England have a proven record of producing fine young talent and it’s no coincidence that it is down to the UK football training and coaching system. You only have to look at recent European finals, World Cup squad and statistics and the upcoming Euro’s to see the quality of youth in England is excelling.
Published Thursday 6th of February 2020 11:18 AM
With Christmas and New Year feeling only a blink ago, we are already one month into 2020 and by the time you know it, Euro 2020 will be vastly approaching! With notable injuries to Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford, one can only wonder how England will do this time around…
Published Tuesday 21st of January 2020 11:49 AM
The importance of a footballer's education - Three months on from scoring his first professional goal at just 16 years of age, in what was a fantastic equaliser against Manchester United in the cup, English defender Luke Matheson provided an excellent assist to take Newcastle United to an FA Cup replay. In this three-month period, he also earnt a call to the England U18 squad and was a debutant in a 5-2 win over Poland
Published Thursday 16th of January 2020 12:43 PM
UK Football Schools welcomes Karl Finch. 'Why did I decide to join UK Football Schools?'...
Published Thursday 12th of September 2019 12:33 PM
What A UK Soccer Boarding School Can Do For You