OUR PROGRAMS

The National Center of Excellence (NCE) program provides elite, supplemental soccer programs, offering long term player development opportunities for players from the age of 7 to 18.

Three specifically tailored, age appropriate NCE programs, provide players with the opportunity to compete in a professional, player centered, development environment. Together the programs produce an integrated player development pathway, empowering players to fulfill their potential.

(NCEZONE 1 training program is a specifically designed training program for players between the ages of 7 & 11.

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COE is a dedicated training program providing selective, regionalized training for the strongest young players within the NCE regions.

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The NCE COLLEGE Id Program provides aspiring college athletes with a comprehensive college recruitment platform.

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INTERNATIONAL

Each year pro club academies from across the world test their players and teams against international opposition. Top academies recognize the player development value gained from international competitive experiences and often travel 3 or more times per year.

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What’s better than a win against your former team?!?! (still love many of the players and parents)How about as a goalie scoring on a free kick from the 35yd line high just under the center of the crossbar!!!!! @mach1soccer @NCESoccer @JCurtisSoccer @Sam_JP_Mitch @nsl_soccer

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our #NCE moms! You help make everything possible. ⚽️👩‍👧‍👦 #MothersDay

Just a little friendly reminder on this sunny Saturday afternoon that it is now ONLY 60 DAYS until the 2019 @Gothiaecup 🤩⚽️🇸🇪 #NCE #NCESoccer #Sweden2019 https://t.co/5Gpr85qUWQ https://t.co/8IzVJF9peg

The following colleges have been confirmed for the National Center of Excellence 2019 College ID Residential Camp:

@UMass
@HofstraU
@NJIT
@DeSales
@SCSU
@EastCarolina
@BloomsburgU
@FordhamNYC

Find out more here: https://t.co/LpEYj0wW5H #NCE #NCESoccer

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