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.

  • Gothia Cup Champions 2019
  • NCE vs Bristol City 2019
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Players need to be challenged, stretched and taken out of their comfort zone to help them develop as a player and person. Hope all that took part in the SLM centers enjoyed the sessions. @ftifauk @NCESoccer

Exciting news! @hfdathletic appoint @NCESoccer founder John Curtis as Assistant Coach. Read more below #HartfordAthletic #NCESoccer #USLChampionship #Hartford #USLSoccer #BringTheBonanza #FortressHartford
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Former Manchester United Defender John Curtis has been named Assistant Coach for the 2020 season! Welcome John!

#BringTheBonanza #FortressHartford

https://www.hartfordathletic.com/news_article/show/1080201

On today's episode, @JCurtisSoccer gives us his thoughts on the SFA's proposed ban on heading in children's football.

Is this the best approach to preventing head injuries in football?

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Great performance by @NCESoccer at the MLK Cup @MDSoccerPlex 3 hard fought games against quality opposition @GoPremierSoccer @NLSupnext and MSI Soccer but came away with the win. Great job boys!!

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