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GOAL Soccer Club Announces Summer Camp With Levante UD: Professional La Liga 2 Side To Scout Local Talent

GOAL Soccer Club Announces Summer Camp With Levante UD: Professional La Liga 2 Side To Scout Local Talent

Goal Soccer Club announced today that it will be partnering up with the professional Spanish La Liga side Levante UD to host a summer camp this July at May River High School to scout local talent.

Levante U.D, a professional soccer team based out of Valencia, Spain playing in the second division La Liga 2, will be sending coaches and scouts to Bluffton, SC to bring their knowledge and experience to the Lowcountry in the form of a tryout camp. Levante UD along with Goal Soccer Club will be searching for a select few players to invite to Spain to train along with the Levante UD Youth Academy.

“We are excited to be partnering up with Levante UD, a historic Spanish Club in La Liga 2, and bring them to Bluffton to give some of our local talent an opportunity to learn from professionals,” says President of GSC Mauricio Llambias. “As a club, we want to ensure that we are always providing our academy players as well as the soccer communities in Bluffton and the surrounding areas with opportunities to grow and excel in the game.”  

“We are looking forward to hosting these soccer camps and meeting some of the local players and coaches,” says Director of International Training Daniel Pastor. “We believe that it is important for us to continue to spread soccer education here in the States while simultaneously scouting young talent.”   

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The GSC-Levante UD Summer Camp will be held Wednesday, July 21 through Friday, August 2,  2024, at May River High School in Bluffton, SC from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The cost of attending this camp will be $375. Players who wish to register for this event can do so at:

https://www.universe.com/events/lud-camp-and-player-id-2024-tickets-FLPX0G

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