With Spain as the recently crowned European champions and Luis Aragones as the winning coach, all of us at EduKick, Inc. and especially EduKick Madrid are just ecstatic
Madrid (PRWEB) July 11, 2008
EduKick Madrid, a Spanish soccer school, congratulates Spanish coach Luis Aragones and the Spanish national team on their European Championship win over Germany.
Spain defeated Germany 1-0 on June 29, clenching their first championship in 44 years. They scored their single goal in the 33rd minute.
"With Spain as the recently crowned European champions and Luis Aragones as the winning coach, all of us at EduKick, Inc. and especially EduKick Madrid are just ecstatic," said Joey Bilotta, vice president of EduKick. "Right now, Spain is the hot country in world fútbol."
The EduKick Madrid Spanish soccer school has a special connection with the Aragones family. Poli and Anselmo Aragones, the nephews of Spanish coach Luis Aragones, operate the EduKick Madrid Spanish soccer school, offering Spanish language study and intensive daily fútbol training.
EduKick players also have supervised cultural excursions, where players journey outside the classroom to really experience the Spanish culture. Interested students can attend the Spanish soccer school for either a month-long camp or a full academic year-long camp.
"At EduKick Madrid, our players aren't just playing soccer in Spain," said Bilotta. "They're learning the language. They're getting immersed in the Spanish culture. They're undergoing rigorous soccer training for hours each day with two excellent directors coaching them. It's a truly intensive Spanish soccer school that gives players a once-in-a-lifetime experience."
And with the coaching pedigree of EduKick Madrid's directors, EduKick players know that they're getting the best soccer education out there.
"After the Spanish victory, I spoke by phone with our Madrid directors, Poli and Anselmo Aragones," Bilotta said. "They were both extremely proud of their country's fútbol team and also especially proud of their Uncle Luis' historic accomplishment as the coach. It's a good moment for Spanish soccer fans, the Aragones family, and also for EduKick Madrid soccer school!"
To register for EduKick Madrid, visit http://www.edukick.com and sign up before the July 20 deadline.
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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