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Recap: Keystone Sports scouting at MICFootball 2024

Explore Keystone Sports succesful college soccer scholarship scouting opportunity at MICFootball 2024. Learn how this event is a gateway to advancing your soccer career in the United States.

As part of MICFootball 2024, Keystone Sports offered a free scouting opportunity for players interested in getting a college soccer scholarship in the United States.  

MICFootball is one of the largest youth soccer tournaments in the world, taking place every Easter holiday on the Costa Brava coast in Spain. As a proud official partner of MICFootball, Keystone Sports’ placement experts offered players free evaluations of their soccer scholarship potential during the tournament 

The results? A total of 256 male and female players were scouted from 44 different countries around the world. From Australia to Canada, which represents an impressive global talent pool!

MICFootball players on soccer field

A Gateway for College Soccer Scholarships

The MICFootball 2024 tournament was a massive success, featuring 1,012 games across 9 different categories and 412 participating teams. These numbers show the scale of the MICFootball event, making it an ideal platform to witness international top talent in action. 

After the success of last year’s free scouting opportunity, Keystone Sports once again provided an exclusive chance for players to have their college soccer scholarship prospects evaluated during the tournament. This exciting scouting initiative at MICFootball aligns with Keystone Sports’ mission of connecting talented individuals with life-changing college scholarship opportunities in the United States. 

Did you get scouted during MICFootball? Don’t forget to keep an eye on your inbox! 

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About the author

Lorena Montañés

Current student-athlete in the United States completing an MBA in Business Analytics. Born in Pamplona, Spain, she decided to continue her soccer career in the US. She played DI soccer at California State University, Fresno, while earning a double degree in Mass Communication and Journalism, and Psychology. She aims to empower other student-athletes to achieve their dreams and have a life-changing experience.

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