Soccer scholarship at LIU Post
Last fall was a tad unfortunate, because I broke my foot early on, but made a come back and scored 6 goals and got 4 assists in 10 games, and also played a blinder in the Nationals. which we will hopefully win next season. Our bogey team is Charleston! Its been the best experience of my life, as well as the best decision. Loving it out here, so wanted to thank you for your help, again, learning has never been so fun!
Pro at Liverpool, West Brom
“What you guys do in the UK is great. You can get the right players in front of the right coaches and help with their transition to the USA on all fronts. It is something that I am passionate about and I am looking forward to being a part of Future Elite Sports, working here in the US.”
Parent of Michael Shaikly, Soccer, Findlay
Myself and Gaynor just wanted to say a big thank you for all your help and guidance you gave Michael and ourselves. That day when Michael came home and said he wanted to go to America to study and play football, we didn’t have a clue what the process would be. At our meeting you explained the process to us and answered all our questions and concerns that as parents we had.
It was reassuring as you had experienced and lived American college life, and you could communicate this to Michael. I know Michael was continually emailing and calling you for advice as questions arose and that you always replied promptly.
Since then Michael has travelled out to Findlay and has settled in really well with college life. The education is great and he is
enjoying his football. I am sure, as he has achieved so much in such a short space of time with both your and our support he will continue to surpass
Parent of Connor Woods, Soccer, Mount Aloysius
From initial engagement, through to our son being offered several US scholarship places, the service we received from Future Elite Sports was extremely professional, courteous and hugely informative. The Company’s ethos of taking only a small number of student/athletes each year guaranteed a very personal, dedicated and individually focused experience, which we believe worked in our son’s favour and is the key to Future Elite Sports success. Our agent, Michael, had been through the scholarship process himself and his first-hand knowledge, enthusiasm, insights and practical know-how proved invaluable. Michael possessed a perfect combination of respect and regard for ourselves as parents – answering every query promptly, succinctly, with minimum fuss but maximum detail – whilst befriending, encouraging and mentoring our son, increasing his belief that a US scholarship was feasible but, at the same time, leaving him under no illusion that the academic, athletic and documentation criteria needed to be met and hand-holding him through each stage of these processes. As a Company they are highly recommended. Our son was offered a choice of scholarships and the opportunity of a lifetime. Michael, as an excellent ambassador for Future Elite Sports, facilitated this admirably and made our son’s dream become a reality.
Soccer, Cardinal Stritch
We’re on final countdown now as you can imagine. We all fly out on the 30th as my husband was keen to see where he’s going so we’re travelling round Lake Michigan for a week or so then Kevin has sorted a couple of nights accommodation with some of the team before he moves into the Halls & starts pre-season training. Exciting stuff!! Thank you so much for helping him get such a massive opportunity. He is so looking forward to it.
Nicola Hart(Parent of Jack Hart)
Swimmer, Carson Newman
As parents I thought your personal attention to the questions raised during the process was important.
It was great to have a point of contact, that we could liaise with on a regular basis and have confidence in your guidance with you knowing Kerry’s requirements/ambitions.
The service & support you provided was first class and your interest and endeavour for Kerry was excellent.
The SAT/ACT proved the most difficult aspect to overcome for Kerry, she passed at the third attempt, after employing personal tutors.
Maybe more emphasis at the initial talks on the standard of test requirements, particularly for students who finished their core subjects at 16 years (GCSE) and had to rely on memory/revision.
Overall we are very happy with the outcome and she is at a fantastic university in Carson Newman TN ( We travelled with Kerry in early August and visited the campus and was introduced to Coach Paige ).
As a family we could not be happier, many thanks for your efforts.