- Where does all the training take place?
The training sessions take place at our sports complex in Salou with all training facilities and surrounding facilities.
- How do you set up the practice groups?
Each participant will be evaluated in order to place him in the category (age) and level that he belongs to, like this he will be able to compete at his maximum level. Morning training works on individual skills, afternoon training focuses on general group training.
- The practice field, is it natural grass or artificial turf?
We have 11 fields, with natural, artificial and hybrid turfs
-What language coaches will speak?
The Academy coaches will combine English and Spanish to make a player get used to Spanish, especially on the soccer terms. But our tutor will speak your language
- Are parents allowed to visit during training?
Parents can visit training sessions if they don’t interfere in the process of the program, and as well we have at our training fields IP Cameras that you can look from all over the world how is training your son.
- How do you combine training and studies?
The Academic studies adapt to the necessities of the athlete, so the schedule is adapted to let the players do double training session without interfering in the regular academic studies.
- Where the studies take place?
Players are enrolled in an International School. The school name is International School del Camp, you can check the school information at
- In which language the subjects will be given?
Subjects will be given in English. Spanish and Catalan.
- When starts the academic year?
The Academic year starts in September and goes through mid-June. There is a stop for the Christmas holidays and Easter. During the Christmas holidays, the residence will be closed.
- What other activities are beside training?
Between the several pieces of training sessions, school classes and school assignments there is no much time left for extra activities. During those days that the players have no school, the supervisors organize activities to break with the daily routine.
- Do you have a telephone at the residence?
The residence has a telephone available for incoming calls. It also has an emergency number available. All residents use their own phones to communicate with family and friends, WIFI is available at the whole residence.
- Are cell phones allowed all the time during the program?
Cell phones have to be left at the residence room during school hours. Phones can be used during the participants’ free time.
-When is the best time to call?
We strongly recommend you once you know your son’s specific schedule to call during the participants’ free time.
- How can I contact the Academy staff?
You can call the office anytime. We will provide you with the coordinator contact number, residence number, and emergency number.
- Are any forbidden items at the Academy?
Alcohol, drugs, and tobacco are strictly forbidden during the program. Any possession of illegal substances will be subject to immediate expulsion.
- How is the accommodation? How do you assign the rooms?
Single room with king size bed and private bathrooms.
- Are sheets/pillows provided by the residence?
The residence provides a towel, sheets, and pillows. Every room is cleaned every day and the students have daily laundry service as well.
- Is there internet access for participants to send emails to their parents?
There is Wifi available on the whole residence.
- How about the meals at the residence?
Students will have breakfast, lunch, and dinner at our All included buffet
- Are parents allowed to visit during the program duration?
Parents can visit participants on the residence under the previous notice and in a specific schedule for not to disturb the routine of the program. We ask relatives to respect the school and training schedule during the visit.
- How many participants are allowed at the academic soccer program?
Due to quality reasons, spaces are limited.
- When participants have to arrive/departure?
Participants must arrive during the first week of September. There is a break during the Christmas holidays where participants go back home.
The program lasts until the end of June.
- How do you manage an underage traveling alone?
When you purchase the airline ticket you have to specify to the airline that there will be an underage traveling alone and they will get you the details on what to do. There is an extra airline charge for this service; you must pay the full amount for the round trip.
We will facilitate the needed information on the adult who will pick up the participant at the airport in order to facilitate the information to the airline.
- How does the airport transfer work?
All the participants are picked up at the airport unless specificity by the family members. A member from our staff will be at the airport, well identified waiting for the participant. The same procedure for departures.
- Do I need a student visa?
If you decided to come to Spain and you are from outside the UE a student/tourist visa will be required. We will facilitate the invitation letter and all the necessary documents to process the visa requirements. We recommend starting this process the sooner the better since it takes a while to complete all the requirements for the visa acceptance.
- Does the price include the airfare?
No, it does not, you are in charge to get the flight tickets, you must give us all the information of the arrival/departure in order to arrange the airport transfers.
- How much money should I give to my son?
No money is necessary for program development. We recommend just money for incidental things like basic items, souvenirs and miscellaneous or extra activities your son might want to do.
- Do I need to get insurance?
We make the Private Medical insurance for each player
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