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SoccerNation News and Albion Soccer Club Partners to Provide Insights into Youth Soccer
Voice of Youth Soccer in America Launches New Column on Albion Soccer Club With Tips For Youth Soccer Player Development
By: SoccerNation News
San Diego, CA – Dateline Friday, September 20, 13 -- SoccerNation News, the voice of youth soccer in the digital age, has partnered with San Diego’s Albion Soccer Club to provide information on training today’s top youth soccer players.
Albion Soccer Club’s Technical Director, Noah Gins, will provide SoccerNation News’ readers with insights on how youth soccer players can become the best they can be. Elite Player Development are buzzwords heard often on the soccer field and through this new partnership, readers will learn what really counts for success on the field.
In addition, SoccerNation News will be publishing a new column every Tuesday staring September 24, 2013 reporting on Albion Soccer Club teams’ local and nationwide accomplishments. Albion SC is well known in the San Diego community for developing top performing players and for helping players secure college scholarships.
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Launched in 2010, SoccerNation News had over 1 million readers last year. On track for reaching 1.7 million readers in 2013, Editor-in-chief Diane Scavuzzo said, "SoccerNation News is a voice of our soccer community and I am thrilled to welcome Albion SC as a news partner.”
“There are over 300 youth soccer clubs in the Southern California area and Albion SC is one of the finest. Our new partnership with Albion will help us report on what is happening in our amazing world of youth soccer.”
If you are a family with a kid who loves to play soccer, SoccerNation News has all the news you need on what is happening in the world of youth soccer. With articles on how local teams become National, Regional and Local champions as well as guides for success on and off the field, SoccerNation News covers the news in youth soccer. “We cover the top soccer stars; Landon Donovan David Beckham, Ronaldo and Messi as well as local players from the age of 6 to 18 years of age,” said Scavuzzo. “We are launching a new Southern California - San Diego specific section to spotlight our great players and top youth soccer clubs. There are many talented youth soccer players in America's eighth largest city. We are here to celebrate players, coaches and families who support the sport known as the world's beautiful game," said Scavuzzo.
"Partnering with SoccerNation News gives us the ability to announce our club’s accomplishments and continue to grow the sport. I am excited to share my knowledge with SoccerNation News readers and give back to soccer.” said Gins.
In the Southern California area, over 300,000 kids play soccer and for most, playing offers great exercise and the chance to learn team values. For the best players, playing youth soccer can also be a path to gaining valuable scholarships for offsetting the high costs of college.
“At Albion Soccer Club, we are dedicated to helping provide elite players with the best training and future possible,” said Gins. “For example, last year we helped our elite soccer players qualify for over $2 million in scholarships so that they could continue to play the game they love. We walked them through the college recruiting process and prepared them extensively to give them options well beyond what they thought was possible.”
Soccer is the world’s sport and Albion Soccer Club has also been a pioneer in our community; taking local players abroad to explore the amazing world of soccer. "For years we have been a pioneer in connecting American players with international clubs,” Gins continued. “Every year, I have taken a youth team to Brazil to give these young players exposure to a culture steeped in soccer. As a Puma-sponsored youth soccer club, Albion has also been able to take advantage of traveling to England to visit Tottenham, one of the legendary clubs in English soccer.”
Working directly with Albion Soccer Club Technical Director Noah Gins will allow SoccerNation News to tap into the knowledge and experience of one of the top youth clubs in America. A trendsetter in youth soccer, Gins and his club are committed to taking player development to the next level. SoccerNation News is proud to be able to partner with such a forward-thinking club and director to provide youth players everywhere with valuable information for their own development.
“Reaching for the stars inspires everyone,” said Scavuzzo, “and sharing news is key to helping everyone reach a bit higher.”
MEDIA Contact:Stephen Prendergast email contact: Stephen@SoccerNationNews.com