Germany is renowned for world-class player development. GSD’s youth soccer trips to Germany include playing against some of the best Bundesliga academy teams and the opportunity to be seen by top scouts. I know this. I have traveled to Germany with GSD’s Eddie Loewen.
Many youth soccer trips to Europe are merely opportunities to train at the soccer fields next to the big-name clubs.
Very seldom is there interaction with top European coaches and usually, youth soccer teams from America play a club’s “community” team or play down so they can win — Global Soccer Developement is different.
“It will be an eye-opening, life-changing and inspiring experience that will elevate the player’s stage of development,” said Eddie Loewen, former German professional soccer player who proud to open doors for talented American youths.
GSD is about real opportunities with scouts and an immersion into the real German youth player development environment. “Players will develop a new and more professional mindset to training, competition, and self-discipline,” said Lowen who is a founder of GSD.
These are not trips to open your wallet but soccer experiences to open a player’s mind and help take their game to the next level.
UNLIKE OTHER COMPANIES WHAT ORGANIZE SOCCER TRIPS ABROAD, GSD IS HIGHLY CONNECTED IN THE WORLD OF GERMAN SOCCER.
GSD has been selected to offer the DFB UEFA C & B License Course for soccer coaches in affiliation with the BFV (Berliner Fussballverband) and the DFB, the Deutscher Fußball-Bund, which is the German Football Association.
When you go on a GSD trip, you actually play against top Bundelisga Youth Academies. American youth soccer players are offered the opportunity to really discover their level of ability and be seen by scouts.
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