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Future Pro USA - 2017/18 Scholarship Assessment Day in September

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Ever fancied playing in the USA? Every year up and coming Scottish youth players are making the trip across the pond to combine their studies with playing high level football for an American college. Four very successful trial events in 2016/17, the first assessment day of 2017/18 has now been announced.
The 2017/2018 Assessment Days are:
Boys Assessment Day - Friday 22nd September 2017 @ Spartans Academy, Ainslie Park, Edinburgh, EH5 2HF
- Boys Assessment Day - Friday 10th November 2017 @ TBC in Aberdeen
- Girls Assessment Day - Friday 17th November 2017 @ Spartans Academy, Ainslie Park, Edinburgh, EH5 2HF
**There will be Girls Assessment Day later in the year, with a date to be confirmed. Girls can still sign up using the form at the foot of the page, selecting the 'Girls Assessment Day' option**
If you are interested in taking the same journey as the players below, read on.
Each Assessment Day consists of:
- Skills Assessment Training Session
- Lunch (Provided by Future Pro USA)
- Presentation on Future Pro USA and opportunities available. The chance is given to ask questions to the Future Pro USA experts.
- 11-aside football match, fully filmed 
Vance Sinclair, parent of James Sinclair, who made the move from KSC Town of Kilwinning to Concord University, West Virginia, talked about his experience with Future Pro USA: "I was extremely happy with the professionalism and dedication of the staff at Future Pro USA. Their help in finding my son a place on a US soccer scholarship was invaluable. I was particularly pleased with the level and amount of contacts the company has throughout the US, which gave us a number of offers - allowing us to choose the best fit."
To express an interest in attending the Assessment Day, please fill out the form below:

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