Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) August 17, 2006
EduKick Inc., a leading Soccer Tour Operator that very intelligently combines education (learning languages) and culture with professional residential soccer development programs, has successfully completed another season of summer camps and is currently gearing up to send some thirty (30) students from around the world to their three (3) “Soccer Boarding Schools” which they operate in Spain, England, and Italy.
This summer EduKick Inc. sent nearly 200 soccer players (ranging in age from 11-20) from over thirty (30) countries around the planet to their residential European soccer camps in England, France, Italy & Spain.
EduKick’s summer camp players study language in structures classroom environments under native accredited language teachers for two (2) hours daily and then take to the pitch for their soccer training! The EduKick philosophy is to place equal emphasis on soccer and education and their camps are proof of their commitment to their beliefs, with campers also attending cultural events, social activities and with two (2) full days (out of the twenty-day camp) committed to cultural excursions. On the cultural excursions day trips, EduKick players attend such places as Toledo and Segovia in the Madrid, Spain programs, Sienna and Rome in the Perugia, Italy, programs and Monaco and Nice in the Cannes, France EduKick camp.
After the morning language classes, EduKick players take to the soccer pitch to train under their associated professional licensed trainers and coaches. Players work-out for 2-3 hours daily under the guidance of such trainers as The Aragones family in Spain (Luis Aragones is the coach of Spanish World Cup Team), Ascoli Soccer Academy in Italy (Serie A Italian Professional Club), and Bolton Wanderers FC in England (with BWFC In Community coaches at the Reebok stadium). In the EduKick Soccer Boarding Schools players enter into full-time academic institutions (with High School or University level) and study during the day. After school players assemble and train daily with EduKick professional affiliated coaches afterwards. In 2007, EduKick will offer in Spain, Italy and England ½ year boarding school options. Players deciding on this option would arrive January 8, 2007 and continue until June 20, 2007. Full-time EduKick “year-long” boarders begin this unique soccer and language immersion program September 15-24, 2006 and complete the course approximately June 20, 2007 also. For additional information on EduKick Soccer boarding Schools, please see here…
EduKick, Inc, V.P. Joey Bilotta, says, “We now have all the 2006 summer campers home safely and are currently concentrating on securing Student Visas for our year-long soccer boarding school players. This is truly a unique opportunity for serious soccer players to develop their soccer skill and knowledge and their language capabilities in ways they could never have imagined. Spending a year abroad in Europe has a dramatic and positive influence on young student-players...we are very proud to offer these programs.”
Look out also for EduKick’s Spring Training option this year in Puerto Vallarta, México! Players can register for one-week (7 days) soccer training & Spanish language courses anytime from March through June of 2007. EduKick expects good numbers during traditional “spring break” weeks but the emphasis on this custom course is individual development so players are encouraged to participate any week (or weeks) that are convenient for them. See more information on Spring Break Mexico Soccer Camp here…
To inquire about any of these programs please click here to be entered into EduKick Inc.’s soccer database and receive periodic update and newsletters from EduKick….
To visit EduKick website which is full of detailed information about all their soccer programs including the summer camps, boarding school, custom “team tours” and individual monthly and weekly courses, click here…
Contact EduKick Inc.’s V.P., Joey Bilotta directly at:
2029 Grand Oak Trail, Suite A
Oakville, ON L6M 4T1
Tel: (905) 469-5661
Toll-Free: 1(866) Edu-Kick (338-5425)
Fax: (905) 469-5971
SKYPE (VOIP): edukicksoccer