This summer  The Next Generation Sports will launch his summer camps in Toronto, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Arizona, and will bring the European soccer methodology to young talented players and coaches in Canada and the United States.

The first Next Generation Soccer camp was held in Jamaica in 2010, since then 900 players, coaches in 5 different countries have been able to enjoy the Spanish way of playing soccer under the guidance of The Next Generation Sports.

From among the hundreds of players that participated in the Next Generation Camps we can highlight stories of players like Jack Imperato (USA), a 14 years old midfielder who had the opportunity to be on Valencia CF youth team, and who also drew the attention of Liverpool FC. Or of Daniel Guay (Guatemala) who after a year and a half at TNGS High Performance Program, has just signed with the Spanish Club, Levante UD.

Each of these stories has as a starting point, the The Next Generation Soccer Camps. These camps focus on developing players, enhancing their skills and broadening their vision of soccer by introducing them to the methodology of great European clubs.

This summer Next Generation Soccer camps will continue to connect cultures with a love for soccer, and build soccer bridges for those talented young players who want to take their sports career to the next level. A unique opportunity in which fun and soccer goes hand in hand.