I want to be a football player
It's very simple. He must be a relative of the president of the club, then he will not only get on screening, but will also play almost in the first team. For example, Boris Rotenberg from Moscow Dynamo.
I am Nyshanbaev Merlen I am engaged in a school team perspective and I have experience on the big field I am 13 years old And study in perspective Three years and I want to get a better team
Hello to all of you, I'm 22 years old and I have been a very good player since childhood, but here I’m not interested in getting into some serious team and I want to train very much, but you accept the player, I can play a striker and a creeper ???
I have been playing a street football player for 10 years. I have been playing for 30 years. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. Who can help get into the club and play a cuve career as a football player 89001023373 I’m from the Kemerovo region
I think this is not easy, it is still poorly said, no matter how much I tried to get into some team in other cities, everyone has an age category, if I'm 1999, that's it, you can't play, and everywhere, but the desire to continue playing madly , all the same 10 years to play, and then to hang boots on a nail as it is not for me, and there is no place to play exactly! It's a fact
In Russia, there are several cases when a person from the street got into professional football clubs. The most famous example is Andrey Bakalets, whose professional career began only at the age of 24. Prior to that, he played in tournaments of the regional and regional championship level.
In order to get into a professional football club, you must still have a background in the form of a football school or participation in the championship of exercise therapy (3rd and 4th divisions), otherwise it will be almost impossible to adapt to this sport.
When I worked in one of the professional FCs from the Moscow region, I quite often received similar letters from non-professionals. Many candidates wrote that they have the highest technique, good ball control and so on. However, the main thing in football is team play. It is the understanding of the game and interaction with partners that coaches first of all expect from candidates. Individual actions are also important, but much less than the previous point.
Now about the policy of inviting non-professionals to clubs. Here you need to understand what kind of non-professionals. Because the players below the second division are all amateurs.
I'll start with the players from the street. RFPL and FNL teams should not be considered. A lot of money is spinning there and no coach will consider non-professionals (especially without experience of participating in the official championships of Russia).
Some clubs of the second league sometimes practice similar schemes, giving many people the opportunity to show themselves in training. But for this it is worth choosing teams that do not solve serious tournament problems. For example, Dynamo Bryansk, Vityaz Podolsk, Avangard Kursk, Torpedo capital and many other clubs of the second league do not practice this.
On the other hand, there are cases when some coaches (on mind comes "Taganrog" two years ago) invited everyone. I don't know about the results of this experiment, but judging by their application two years ago, no one came up.
If you have no experience of playing in Russian championships, but you still want to play football, then I advise you to start from the all-Russian amateur leagues. The chance to get there is much higher than in professional clubs. And from there you can aim at more serious competitions.
Now about the amateur footballers who have experience in the amateur championships of the Russian Federation. All clubs in the second league are ready to consider players from there. It will be easier to get on the screen if you have an agent.
Many coaches of the second league are ready to view the players from the exercise therapy, but it must be borne in mind that during one transfer period, on average, 1-2 amateurs replenish the team, no more .
Most of the players still start from schools and start offering contracts even at this level.
I also want to become a pro, but I don’t know how, I played in various amateur tournaments, mini and big football, almost every game I score at least one goal, I’m 24 years old, I live near Ekb, I have been playing football for 19 years
Hello everyone, I have been playing football since I was 9 years old, I learned everything myself, but since our poor family did not get to the academy, now I am 23 years old, unfortunately I do not have a sports category, 2 times I was invited to watch in Moscow clubs according to the scout system, but I could not go because there is no sports category, do I have a chance to get a sports category at the amateur level, and continue further, I do not want to ruin my talent, I played for the school and some other tournaments in our city
I've been playing football for 11 years, in fact I'm 20, I can't live without football, as they say, one ball in my head, I don't know how to get into big football, because I live very far away, I want to play for FC Zenit ...