Do you have what it takes to be the next International Soccer Star?
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – International Soccer Star F.C., the American made soccer club behind the One Shot One Dream reality show will be holding the largest nationwide tryouts in United States history for an international traveling amateur team.
Tryouts span across the country, stopping in twenty cities and thirteen states in search of the next International Soccer Star. The first round of tryouts will be held in April. The selected players will then be flown to Los Angeles for the second round of tryouts in June.
After the second round tryout the team will be chosen and will stay in a three week residency, where they will be trained and prepared before their two week long trip to Europe in July.
The groundbreaking concept has exploded onto the soccer scene with a large grassroots following on Facebook, going from 892 fans to over 6,300 fans in just one month. In its first three successful seasons International Soccer Star has had fifteen players offered trials and eight players offered contracts with professional European clubs.
“This is a movement … players and fans of the game want to be part of something that will change U.S. soccer,” voiced Esad Pepic, club president.
“Many academy and college coaches don’t like us because we are challenging the system of player development in the U.S. A system that should see the top U.S. players playing in Europe and not in college,” said co-owner of E.D. United, Dominic Fratantaro. The tryouts expect to attract thousands of young hopefuls from across the country that will have their climb to soccer stardom recorded in detail by One Shot One Dream, the reality soccer show following the team.
Hopefuls can register on the official site iSoccerStar.com to register and tryout and they can become a fan of One Shot One Dream on Facebook to get all the latest updates.