ODISEA FC U23
The Odisea FC U23 team provide the perfect link between academy and senior football for 18-22 year olds.
The idea behind our U23 setup is to fully assist younger players looking to make the transition between academy and senior football; with managers often extremely timid to put their faith in younger players.
All players registered for our U23 team are fully eligible to represent our senior team; providing a fantastic balance and competition to the squad and a brilliant opportunity for players that impress.
Our season games are scheduled in front of NCAA coaches. They are also recorded by professional cameras and sent to most of the schools in America so that they can follow the player's progression.
Moreover, professional scouts from La Liga teams, and other European countries will be present at our games.
It's your time. Now.
Living in a Spain will help the player to grow as a person. Playing for Odisea U23 (Spanish team) will help the player to make lifetime friendships and gain a global perspective of the world.
To have a first experience abroad and to win independency skills with group of players that share your same goals and ambitions.
CULTURE & LANGUAGE
To discover the Spanish culture and to learn Spanish fluently. Our players will enjoy different activities that will enhance their knowledge about our history, traditions and popular events.
GAP YEAR: The Gap Year Program allows the student to extend his collegiate eligibility.
Instead of initiating his full time university education, the player will enroll in a spanish and coaching course that will allow him to focus on soccer and language development. This is a great decision for players looking to play at the NCAA or NAIA in the future and maintaining their full eligibility and expanding their timing.
COLLEGE ENROLLMENT: Players can start their college Education in Spain.
OSM has partnered with private schools in Castellon City that offer high quality education in specific fields. Players that want to stay in Spain for more than one year or that would like to transfer some credits back to the States should consider the full time enrollment option.