Russia and Spain are completely different countries. Russia is a large multinational country in Eastern Europe that spreads for thousands of kilometres. Spain is a Kingdom in the south of Europe, which is famous for its climate and cheerful people. …
Defenders in football have an essential role to play. They are obviously responsible for defending and preventing the opposing team from scoring a goal.
There is an urban legend that says a good striker is out on the field alone and only to score goals. One of the striker’s main functions is to score goals, but this is not the only task he has every time he steps on the field.
The job of a football goalkeeper is no easy task. The pressure you feel under the posts is not comparable to any position on the field. But above all, a sense of responsibility is a very important factor in choosing this position.
The categories of Spanish soccer are divided according to the age of the participants. We will, therefore, explain the three most prominent groups: over 19, under 19 and under 16.
Racism in football is manifested through offences against a person based on origin, ancestry, race, skin colour… These are the most common ways of seeing this type of behaviour manifested, as explained by UEFA in its guide to combating racism in clubs.
Don’t know where to start your football career? In this post, we explain to you which are the best country to become a professional soccer player!
Bored during quarantine? SPF Academy players make it easy for you. Halil and Yarik or Chase and Keanu will help you to hang out and discover curiosities about them and so you can get an inside look at what a soccer academy in quarantine looks like!
Will my child have time to study and train? Will my son be able to finish his studies while competing in professional soccer? Many are the players and families who wonder if this is possible. At SPF we have no …
From SPF Academy we would like to tell you the real story about how Yarik’s dream, of play in a soccer academy in Spain, came true. It starts in Russia, Sunday, July 11, 9:30 PM. A 16 years old child is watching TV so anxious to find out who would win the 2010 soccer world championship. Iaroslav Selin, is currently in his village, enjoying the summer with his grandparents.