Sport and professional
We aim to take part in the development of women's sports sections, because there are not enough opportunities today for young women in sport. That’s why we opened a women's football section at the academy in 2015.
We allow football players to have a unique experience, combining football and learning a foreign language, in full immersion abroad.
The first of its kind in Europe, the Edusport Academy women's section understands the growing need for professionalism in the world of women's football.
By combining quality training and 10 hours of intensive English per week, the main goal of the Edusport Academy is to provide players with an environment in which they will progress and achieve their goals.
Our players benefit from training with the academy, supervised by our qualified coaches UEFA A and UEFA Pro.
In order to play in the league, and complete their experience, they are placed in a partner club according to their level, for 2 to 3 training sessions per week, and the matches take place on weekends.
Joining a Scottish team allows them to practice their English, and live a total immersion in the culture of Scottish women's football, surrounded by their Scottish teammates.
Development through passion
Our players follow the same school program as our players, live and share the same student experience abroad.
They also have unlimited access to the gym located 5 minutes' walk from the accommodation.
Because we offer professional conditions, we require 100% involvement and support for the project. We ask our players to take responsibility for their own development, and stress that their future depends on their good attitude, their work and their mentality.
The goal of this year is to develop personally, professionally, through his passion: football.
We want to be able to offer this opportunity to players who wish to live an experience abroad, develop their English, while continuing to progress in football, and to help the development of women's football, we have decided to offer the women's program at £ 14,000 instead of £ 17,000.