He's a very serious trainer. He is also very nurturing with the group and spends a lot of time with the campers off the pitch, at their hotel and on excursions.
Oakville, Ontario (PRWEB) June 5, 2008
The deadline for EduKick international soccer camps in Italy, Spain, France, Mexico and England is fast approaching. High school and university players looking to train abroad can register until June 20.
"Our soccer camps offer a once in a lifetime cultural experience," Bilotta said. "No matter which camp you choose, professional coaches and language instructors will be working diligently to help our players move their soccer skills to the next level in a full-immersion language environment."
EduKick's three-week international soccer camps enhance both soccer and language skills. In all the camps, players train three to four hours every day with world-class professional coaches.
Soccer camp students also spend two hours each day in structured language classes with accredited native speakers. Each camp also includes two full-day cultural excursions to allow students to experience a new culture firsthand.
EduKick international soccer camps partner with top coaching staff in each host country. In Spain, EduKick's most popular venue, EduKick camps are run by Poli and Anselmo Aragones, nephews of the Spanish national team's head coach. Here, EduKick offers both a regular language immersion camp and an "elite" camp for more dedicated players.
In Italy, the EduKick international soccer camp is headed by world-renowned Italian soccer coach Bruno Redolfi of Insegnare Calcio.
"Redolfi is arguably one of EduKick's finest technical directors," Bilotta said. "He's a very serious trainer. He is also very nurturing with the group and spends a lot of time with the campers off the pitch, at their hotel and on excursions."
Players in England get their daily coaching from the Academy coaches for the Bolton Wanderer's football club.
The French international soccer camp is operated in association with Michel Hidalgo, and the famous French national team coach even comes to visit the campers and spend a few days with them.
The EduKick soccer camp in Mexico is located in Puerto Vallarta, where they partner with the Codefut Soccer School led by technical director Armando Cosilion.
EduKick also provides bilingual adult monitors for student supervision and mentorship. Team players are not allowed to wander off at anytime, and everything is done under direct adult supervision.
"We send our own people to look after and supervise the kids," Bilotta said. "For the Spanish camps, we have a chaperoned flight from JFK in New York. Safety and security are top priorities for us and we're very proud of it."
The camps start July 1 and end July 20, except for France, which ends July 18. Spain and England also have a second camp that goes from July 21 to August 9.
Registration deadline for all summer camps is June 20. Don't miss out on the experience of a lifetime. Visit http://www.edukick.com to register today.
About EduKick, Inc.:
EduKick's provides intensive soccer development training programs that also teach students about cultural diversity and foreign languages. As professionals, soccer fanatics and fathers, Joseph Bilotta and Corey Zimmerman wanted to create programs that maximized the youth's time abroad; instilling a sense of independence and pride through experiencing international travel, structured language study, cultural excursions, and daily professional soccer training.
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