What better way to learn to play football in Spain than by competing. This is what the SIA Academy team of international players does.
The Soccer Inter-Action players were able to test their strength in a friendly match against the Spain Rush-SPF Academy at the SIA Center. This week’s opponent also had a large number of players from other countries. It was a friendly that allowed both teams to measure their strengths. On the pitch, the Soccer Inter-Action players were more experienced and came out on top.
How did the match develop?
The match developed with more possession for the SIA Academy team. The coaches of the international Soccer Inter-Action Academy teach their players tactically to be dominant. And they did so throughout the match against Spain Rush-SPF.
This dominance on the pitch was enough to win the match. Although the result in this type of match is less important. The most important aspect is the learning process and the training against direct rivals..
SIA Academy domain
SIA Academy dominated the game. Especially in the first half. The more physically developed players of the Soccer Inter-Action team stepped up a gear. They scored several goals and took the lead against Spain Rush-SPF before the break. After the changing rooms SIA Academy put some younger players on the pitch. Their physical difference did not allow them to be equally superior, although they played a great game. It was enough to get the win and many minutes of real learning against a good team.
Headhunters in the party
It is common for grassroots football scouts to access SIA Academy’s friendly matches to scout for new talent. Soccer Inter-Action’s team of international players attracts the interest of the scouts. They are potential new players for the club they work with.
The SIA Academy players know that they have to give their best in every game to surprise them. And so they did. Each player showed their qualities, their maturity on and off the pitch. In this way they caught the attention of the scouts. Their names are already on the list.
What is Spain Rush-SPF?
To know how difficult the match was for SIA Academy, you have to know your opponent. Spain Rush-SPF is an international football academy in Spain where football players from all over the world compete. However, their main source of players is Asia and Africa.
They train and compete at the Mas Camarena facilities, near the city of Valencia. They also have their permanent residence there. Unlike SIA Academy, players from their academy must travel by car to their training grounds and share facilities with other academies such as IDA.
Academy in Valencia
Spain Rush-SPF is located near Valencia. That’s right, in several locations. The football academy that faced SIA Academy trains, competes and resides in different places. So does its office. A situation that contrasts with the convenience of Soccer Inter-Action, which has everything unified in the SIA Center..
They also have a programme very similar to the SIA Academy. They train international players to try to take them to professional football. They are schools with the same goal, but with a different development.
Team in Tercera RFEF
Spain Rush-SPF also has a team in Tercera RFEF, although in a different way. SIA Academy does manage UD SIA Benigànim, its own club in national football. In the case of the friendly opponents, they have direct influence on Silla CF.
Although the club is not managed by SPF. Their best players train and compete in the school and in the first team of Silla CF. So do the best players of SIA Academy in their own school and in UD SIA Benigànim. Bapodra, Carlos Romagosa or Naim are some of the best examples.