We are on the lookout for talented young footballers who want to play and train at some of the best facilities in the world, and that journey could begin for you at one of our forthcoming football trials which kick-off later this month.
FirstPoint USA, the world’s leading international sports scholarship agency, are staging a series of assessment trials across the UK, giving you the chance to put yourself in the spotlight, showcase your talents in front of an audience of coaches and scouts, and secure a college playing contract in the USA.
You’ll also have the chance to speak to our team of former student-athletes about the incredible life-changing opportunities that a college football scholarship can offer, and some of the amazing college and university campuses that are ready to welcome you.
Our forthcoming football trial schedule is as follows:
What is the format of a football trial event?
Each football trial event will last around 3 hours from start to finish and will include the following elements:
- An introductory presentation on football scholarships from our team
- On field introduction and warm-up session
- Position-specific drills with our experienced professional coaches
- Small-sided games to assess your talent and ability
- Review and feedback
Sign up to your nearest FirstPoint USA trial today by clicking on one of the links above and start your journey to a college football scholarship. You could be following in the footsteps of the likes of Leeds United star Jack Harrison, who attended Wake Forest University in North Carolina, or England Lionesses hero Alessio Russo, who played at the University of North Carolina.
FirstPoint USA is an international scouting service, providing recruitment services to hundreds of NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA member institutions seeking to identify the very best in overseas talent, both male and female.
The company was founded in 2001 by former University of Cincinnati All-American and Hall of Fame inductee, Andrew Kean, and evaluates over 100,000 prospective student-athletes, competing in over 20 different sports, across 187 countries each year.