Soccer Stars Academy Joins Global Image Sports
Sports Management Company, Global Image Sports, has formed a strategic partnership with Soccer Stars Academy, based in Surrey, BC, Canada.
This relationship will see English Pro Club, Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, and their academy staff travel to Surrey this summer to host an Elite Player ID Camp.
This partnership will provide Soccer Stars Academy members with access to:
• ID Camps with European Professional Academy coaches
• Multiple National Camps including Academy Directors
• College and Professional recruitment advice
• Tours to Europe with open-door exclusive partner access
• European Pro Club Coaching Diploma Courses
• Coaching Curriculum from Pro Club’s Academy
Soccer Stars Academy is a brand new company who will officially announce the opening of the academy in March of this year.
Their Technical Director is Ajit Braich who is a national A-Licensed coach with Canadian Soccer Association.
Soccer Stars aims to improve the player in all aspects of the game. Academy Director, Harvey Braich said about the academy “We strive to make all our programs affordable and enjoyable, whilst delivering the highest level of coaching. We develop technique, skills and game intelligence, catering to all levels whether you are a beginner or advanced player pursuing scholarships.”
He also added his thoughts on the partnership saying “We are extremely proud and excited to partner with GIS who will bring a high level of experience and expertise in the world of professional soccer to all our programs. The addition of their qualified staff to our existing team will only allow us to expand our knowledge and provide a platform for all players to maximize their full potential.”
Ryan Poe of Global Image Sports had to say about the partnership, “Global Image Sports are very excited about what we can provide to all Soccer Stars Academy players and the Surrey, BC area. The knowledge that Ajit & Harvey bring to the game is tremendous and we knew it was something we wanted to align ourselves with.”