Jordan Signs for Waldorf University

By Tracey | 09 Apr 2018

GSC USA Sophomore Jordan Hardy Signs for Waldorf University The Warriors would like to welcome Jordan Hardy to the Waldorf University Men’s Soccer Family! Jordan is a transfer from Ranger College & originally from England! Jordan will help lead our back line! Welcome 👊🏼 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 #warriorsoccer The Jordan has spent his first two years (Freshman…

Katie Signs for University of Alabama

By Tracey | 27 Mar 2018

GSC USA Sophomore Katie Lockwood Signs for University of Alabama “Delighted to announce that I have committed to the University of Alabama to continue my soccer career and finish my education” 📝⚽️#crimsontide #rolltide The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and is the flagship of the university of Alabama system and DIVISION 1…

Katie Lockwood – NJCAA National Player of the Year 2017

By Tracey | 25 Jan 2018

Katie Lockwood – NJCAA National Player of the Year 2017 It’s a massive honour and I’m the first Womens Soccer Player at my college to be awarded this title. Go Soccer College USA student Katie Lockwood has been voted the National Junior Colleges Athletic Association “Player of the Year” by the United Soccer Coaches Association….

OFFICIAL – Studying abroad makes your more intelligent!

By Tracey | 04 Sep 2017

Studying abroad makes you smarter and it’s official.

Go Soccer College Graduate Adam Signs First Pro-Contract

By Tracey | 31 Aug 2017

Congratulations to Adam on his first Pro-contract.. A word from Adam: Excited to sign my first “professional” contract with Philadelphia Fury of the ASL, a new pro expansion league and a club that’s looking to go bigger places. I’ve by no means made it yet, but hopefully it’s the start of many more in the…

The Hot Topic of the moment……. Where to study?

By Tracey | 21 Aug 2017

Does USA really have so much more to offer international students? And is it right for you? Read more….

2017-2018 SAT Dates

By neilc | 15 Aug 2017

2017-2018 SAT Dates Many universities and educational programs use the SAT as part of awarding scholarships and forms of merit aid to international students.  It is recognised globally and helps the colleges in USA understand what you know and how well you can apply that knowledge. By taking the SAT you make sure you are…

5 Important Facts recruiting companies don’t tell you about soccer scholarships in the USA

By Tracey | 26 Jul 2017

And how to overcome them! Soccer scholarships in the USA (or as the Americans call them, Athletic Scholarships) are big business. In the UK alone, recruiting companies promise hundreds of young soccer players and their families the chance to live, learn & play in the USA on a soccer scholarship every year. Many young players…

6 Tips to Create a Winning Highlight Video

By Tracey | 18 Jul 2017

How to Create a Top Soccer Highlight Video   So you need to stand out from the crowd. Thousands of soccer players from all over the world want a soccer scholarship. What makes you so different? What will make a coach say “WOW! I gotta have this player on my roster” You need a video…

Katies First Year in America

By Tracey | 25 May 2017

My First year in America was great! Met some amazing people and made some even better memories ☺️❤️⚽️ Go Soccer College Student Katie jetted off to join the Titans Soccer programme in Florida August 2016. She had only been in the USA 3 weeks when she found herself on crunches due to ligament damage in her…

Graduation Words From Adam

By Tracey | 22 May 2017

What a Journey It’s been…… I officially graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science🎓 Spending two amazing years at Indiana Tech, then taking a risk to move to Hastings College, Nebraska and to be apart of a special group of lads that became the number one team in the country was more than a…

You Need Travel Insurance?

By Tracey | 10 May 2017

Travel Insurance & Why YOU Need It If you are jetting off on a sports programme in the USA YOU WILL NEED personal travel insurance, which includes medical cover (remember there is NO NHS in the USA). Some US colleges will have medical cover for on-campus incidents/accidents, but do not cover any “Off-Campus” incidents/accidents and…