Residency player


chance to register and play for a professional European team

Where Dreams Become Reality!

Discover the essence of excellence at the PDB European Residency Program. Our residency program is not just a training ground; it’s a transformative experience designed to shape your soccer future.

Why Choose the PDB Residency Program?

Elite Coaching: Train under the guidance of European coaches from top-tier clubs, benefiting from their invaluable insights and expertise.

Proven Methodologies: Our program is rooted in the tried-and-true approaches used by elite European clubs, ensuring your development is based on the best practices in the game.


International Environment: Join a diverse, global community of players, enhancing your understanding of soccer and forming lasting connections from around the world.

Personal Growth: We believe in nurturing well-rounded individuals. Discipline, teamwork, and a commitment to excellence are values instilled in every player.

Professional Pathways: For those with dreams of pursuing professional soccer, our European Residency Program offers a clear route to achieving those ambitions.

Ready to 

Make History

Achieve your soccer dreams, and experience the soccer adventure of a lifetime? With PDB Soccer Academy’s Residency Program, the dream is real, and the spotlight is waiting for you. Get ready to write your soccer story! ⚽🌟🏆

Join the Journey

Unlike some countries with centralized youth development systems, the U.S and Canada, have a fragmented structure with various youth leagues and organizations, which can make it harder to identify and develop talent consistently. Combined with Financial Constraints: The cost of participating in youth soccer, including registration fees, travel expenses, and equipment, can be a barrier for many families in the region. In others words, you are paying for your child to participate in a club that compete in an environment where the talented player pool is disbursed therefore not an accurate representation of the competitive level for your child to grow.

To address the issues of a fragmented youth soccer structure and financial constraints in the U.S. and Canada, implementing a Residency Player Development Program can be a comprehensive and effective solution. This program can provide numerous benefits to youth players and their families:

To address the challenges arising from a fragmented youth soccer structure and financial constraints in the U.S. and Canada, the implementation of a Residency Player Development Program stands as a comprehensive and effective solution. This program offers numerous benefits to young players and their families.

One key advantage is the consolidation of talent. By establishing a long-term international player development program, talented young players from diverse regions can be centralized and assessed more accurately in terms of their competitive levels. This aids in the identification of the most promising talent.

Additionally, the program can create a structured player pathway. This ensures that players receive consistent coaching and development opportunities from a young age, including age-appropriate training, skill progression, and competitive experiences.

Access to top-quality coaching is another benefit. Collaborating with international clubs or coaching academies provides players with the opportunity to learn from the best, helping them reach their full potential.

The program offers a competitive environment where the talent pool is concentrated, ensuring that the competition mirrors the competitive level required for growth and development.

Regular assessments are conducted to monitor players’ progress and identify areas for improvement, guiding informed decisions about their development.

International exposure is also a key component of the program, involving participation in tournaments, friendly matches, and training camps with international clubs. This exposure broadens players’ horizons and exposes them to different playing styles and cultures.

To support players holistically, the program provides mentorship, academic assistance, and psychological support.

By addressing the fragmentation in the youth soccer structure and reducing financial constraints, this program creates a more cohesive and equitable system for nurturing talent in the U.S. and Canada. Ultimately, it contributes to the growth and competitiveness of soccer in the region.