IVES ESTATES SOCCER CLUB
Back in the day, it was hard finding an accessible program in the CITY where you could practice as an individual or play as a team with professionals coaching staff. That is why, through mutual effort and a shared dream, we managed to create a totally different training program.
IVES ESTATES SOCCER.
Our mission is to become a home for young talented players who have the dream of becoming a professional player .We provide a unique training methodology used in Germany and Argentina where our students get the best of technical, physical, and tactical work but always focusing in "ball drills training concepts"
Becoming a professional is a dream that can not can be take away but children must to start training since early ages with the professionalism required for them to be able the get best opportunities during t he process.
A C A D E M Y N E W S
Sergio Daniel "Checho" Batista visit our training ground
His impressive displays for Argentinos Juniors in the 1985 Copa Libertadores, the Argentine coach Carlos Bilardo called Batista up for a friendly against Mexico on 14 November 1985 in a game that ended in a 1–1 draw. With the 1986 FIFA World Cup soon looming, Batista quickly went on to establish himself as a first choice player within the Argentina national football team. Despite his limited international experience, he played each tournament game, Argentina won. An established regular within the squad, Batista played in the 1987 Copa América, 1989 Copa América and 1990 FIFA World Cup, which Argentina came runner-up in.
VIDEO MOTIVACIONAL DEL MES DE AGOSTO
IGNACIO POPLAWISKI IN INTER MIAMI FC
“Professional men soccer is growing in an amazing speed in the US and the league is going to need players who can play in a high level"
In Argentina we’ve playing soccer for the last century and now is time to do it really in the professional way here, but first we have to make a base of players who can compete starting in a young age.”
Ives Estates Soccer Program specializes in development kids through a unique system used in Argentina and Europe where our players spend most of the practice training with the soccer ball doing physical- technicals drills.
“Technique is crucial for the players
learning development “
“Kids with better techniques make all the difference when competing at the high-level “
( Training Director)
ex- Boca, San Lorenzo, News All Boys, Vélez Sarfield,
A FAMILY PLACE
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Best place to learn
fútbol in the Miami area, my son love the
— Tulio Poler (Parent)