& Starting Dates
|15-25 h / week|
7,5 h/ spanish or english classes
|15 - 25 years|
If you love football and want an amazing life-changing experience, why not join our winter soccer camp in Seville? This fantastic program gives young people to chance to enjoy playing their favourite sport while improving their Spanish or English during the winter months.
The Seville Football Academy camp welcomes young footballers between the ages of 15 and 25 years and can last from one to four weeks depending on the option chosen.
- Winter camp program of 1, 3 or 4 weeks including academy training with a semi-pro team, 7.5 hours of Spanish or English classes per week and accommodation in the university residence.
- Winter camp of 1 week including academy coaching and accommodation in a 4-star hotel.
If you want more information about these winter camps or other programmes please get in touch with us.
The winter football camp is designed as an alternative to the popular summer camps that we already offer but that might not be suitable for everyone. The dates coincide with the school holiday schedule in many countries.
The Seville winter camp is open to young players from all countries, so the program also offers a rich and rewarding multi-cultural experience.
The coaching program is led by trainers with substantial experience in the first and second divisions of the Spanish Professional Football Leagues. The sessions take place in mornings and afternoons and players with any level of ability are welcome to take part.
As well as making progress in the sport they love, the young people also receive 7.5 hours of English or Spanish classes between Monday and Friday.
Students are accommodated in the ‘Rector Estanislao del Campo’ University Residence, which is located next to the Benito Villamarín Stadium - home to Real Betis Balompié Football Club. Accommodation is full board and there is a choice of single or double rooms.
The winter camp takes place in the last two weeks of January and the first two weeks of February and bookings can be made from one to four weeks. However, there is room for further flexibility and students can also request to take part in the winter camp during the first week of January.