This year our players got together once again to wish you all a happy holidays and a happy New Year 2020!!
For two weeks the players will go back home to rest and enjoy these special days with their families. Whilst the players are enjoying their break, we will continue to work to help our players reach the top leve. We hope they spend these days relaxing, enjoying and recharging to start the second half of the season with full force.
We hope you like the video we have prepared for all of you, and we wish you a Merry Christmas!
Due to the International Technical Partnership that Globar Premier Soccer has with Valencia CF, our GPS Spain International Academy players train twice a month with Valencia CF coaches at their facilities. See our boys in action in the training last week!
If you are interested in joining our International Academy for next season 2020/21, registrations open now!
Such an intense and competitive game between our Gps Spain International Academy and GPS UK Fleet this morning at La Petxina facilities!
Our squad won the game thanks to a great goal by Erick Godinez in the first half.
Our boys had different chances to increase the advantage but, in the end, they finished the game suffering after having a man sent off in the second half!
A boost of motivation to our team for the rest of the week in preparation for the difficult away game next Monday against CD Onda.
Today is time to a new chapter in the GPS Spain Success Stories!
Jonah Mayen, one of our last season midfielders is smashing it at his freshmen year at Yavapai College, in Arizona.
During the last season, as well as being one of the best players in our roster, he played for the Spanish 4th Division side Rayo Benageber, finishing the league as one of the most remarkable players at their U23’s squad.
This year, due to with 9 goals and 11 assists in his 18 appearances with Yavapai College has been selected for the NJCAA All-Region team.
Our GPS Spain International Academy traveled to Madrid yesterday to watch the Atletico de Madrid vs Bayer Champions League game at Wanda Metropolitano ending 1-0 for the Spanish side.
On the way to stadium we stopped at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium where the team took some great photos as well to keep at their memory!
With number 15 on his back, you can see Denis Demianenko, from Ukrainia, who has signed a professional contract for a top clubs in his country, FC Desna Chernihiv. Denis was one of our strikers in the first season of the program and last year he played at CD Varea at La Liga Nacional Juvenil.
Denis is training with the first team of FC Desna and getting minutes with their U21’s. We want to wish him best of luck for the rest of the season. Way to go Denis!
London Lombana, one of our last season strikers, is ready to start the season with San Francisco State University.
After coming off of an injury he played the last two games of the pre-season where SF beat their opponents and they are ready to start their D2 conference.
London came to GPS Spain last year and, after being one of the top scorers of the GPS Spain IA squad and also at his Spanish club CD Rumbo he signed through Global Premier Scholarships for SF State University, to play in one of the top D2 conferences in the country.
Atlético de Madrid lifts the trophy in the 8th edition of the GPS Spain U15’ International Tournament Ciutat de La Vall d’Uixó after beating 2-0 Club La Vall in the final.
In an intense game played under the amazing weather in Vall de Uxó yesterday afternoon, Atlético de Madrid got their first title of this prestigious tournament. The team beat Real Madrid CF in the semifinals whereas the surprising Club La Vall kicked out Arsenal in the PK Shootout.
Credit for our GPS Spain and GPS National Team boys, who did amazingly well against these professional academies and also, to our beloved FC Toro who where the sensations of the tournament.
Overall, what an incredible success!!
This morning, under the amazing weather today in Valencia, FC Toro beat the GPS Spain/US combine in an intense preparatory friendly for this weekend’s International Tournament.
The caribbean boys showed more consistency against an American squad still in construction since it was the first time they played together.
We are sure they will keep improving within the week to reach their 100% in Friday for the opening game.
Tonight they travel to the Valencia CF Academy to train at their facilities with the Valencia CF coaches due to our International Partnership Agreement with them! What an amazing experience!!!
The GPS Spain U-15′ International Tournament Ciutat de La Vall d’Uixó was launched yesterday night.
The restaurant La Bodina , in Vall de Uxo, was the place chosen to launch the VIIIth edition of the GPS Spain U15 International Tournament – Ciutat de La Vall d’Uixó which is going to be played in La Moleta fields during the 11th, 12th and 13th of October.
The captains of both Club La Vall (organizers) and GPS Spain (Main Sponsor), presented the tournament. This year competition is full of big names like the Spanish major teams FC Barcelona, Real Madrid CF, Atletico de Madrid and Valencia CF and also International squads such as Arsenal FC from England or Vissel Kobe from Japan.
The Valencia CF reserves team Emilio Bernad, who grew up in La Vall and played also the tournament 5 years ago was one of the special guests invited in the event, who, together with his teammate David Castro, wished best of luck to all the teams and they did not show their willingness for Valencia CF to win
The Sports Counselor in La Vall d’Uixó, Mar Arzo, closed the event encouraging all the people in the city and its surroundings to attend the tournament and enjoy these 3 exciting days.