Adam Ozeri, 18 year old American player, trained by both WOSPAC and UE Cornella has signed his first professional contract with the Peruvian Alianza Lima for what’s left of the year. Ozeri arrived in Peru to join the second team to gain experience and get the call up to the first team and making his intentions very clear
Only 3 months left for the start of the new season of the 10 months program of WOSPAC SOCCER Stages, and we are looking for guys like you who want to be part of one of the best soccer academies around the world, located in an ideal place, Barcelona and having the opportunity to train in the quarry of UE Cornellà , the third best quarry of Catalonia behind FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol.
Technology is a fact that has come to remain. Nowadays, it applies to any field and any discipline. Technology also came to the sport field time ago.
The campus for this next summer that organizes every year WOSPAC Camps, are ready to receive all children aged between 8 and 15 years for the participants of the Summer Campus and between 15 and 19 for those who opt to make the Elite Campus.
With the aim of keep supporting and promoting the Baix Llobregat entities in an international level, WOSPAC has reached a collaboration agreement with AE Prat.
If we talk about football in the city of Berlin, everybody thinks about the great team of the city Hertha and even their Stadium, the Olympistadion where FC Barcelona, won the Champions League last season.
In professional football we have examples of very great goalkeepers throughout history, such as Oliver Kahn, Santiago Cañizares, Víctor Valdés… and Manuel Neuer and David de Gea from today among others,
Today we introduce you Imthiyaz Miraash, player of the SOCCER Stages program. Miraash is a 16-year-old player from the Maldives Islands, a beatiful place located in the Indian Ocean, playing his 3rd season in WOSPAC,
Today we want to talk about the important thing is to have a good physical condition to compete at a high level and how important is to prevent possible injuries.
Communication is key in any sport. As so is in any huge family or group. The success of any team is to create and encourage tight bones between its members. All of them must go in the same way, support and believe in each other.