Soccer school in Indonesia from Expensive to Free in Indonesia

Parents are busy asking right-left about the good Soccer School (SSB) in the area of ​​residence, as has become interesting phenomenon in recent years. Want to choose what like?

Which parent does not want his son to be a, do not necessarily be the epitome of Lionel Messi, Evan Dimas Darmono. Still young but popular and can shake hands with any official.

Also Irfan Bachdim whose popularity skyrocketed first. Handsome and have a beautiful beautiful wife. Irfan is a football player. He’s an element of the senior squad.

All techniques are taken so that their children can be soccer players. Quarter three money, now which child does not want to be a football player.

School Soccer (SSB) anyway no longer difficult to obtain. There are mothers who once vent their children felt not slang because not a member of SSB. Though the cost of being a student in SSB is not cheap, besides in Jakarta.

Through facebook, SSB Arsenal fix the registration fee of Rp 1.5 million. That’s just the cost of registration, for the monthly fee is still there again. The amount starts from Rp 2.2 million to Rp 3.3 per week.

In SSB the fare is smaller. SSB Passer Lampung pegged the registration fee of Rp 300 thousand and monthly fee of Rp 30 thousand. More registration fee is pegged SSB Stork Makassar. SSB that sparked national players like Isnan Ali and Hamka Hamzah make the rules of registration Rp 600 thousand per head, with the cost per month Rp 75 thousand.

“All SSB self-help, so we do not want us to have to pay dues and registration fees,” said Sudarto, SSB coach Paser Lampung, in talks with detiksport in Jakarta, ahead of the 2014 AQUA Danone Nation Cup national finals.

Luckily the parents of all players in Passer realize that necessity. They did not hesitate to join a one-district inter-SSB tournament. For example when SSB Passer’s 11th year anniversary last year. Through consensus deliberations, parents are ready to fund a tournament tournament.

Moreover, registration fees and the hunting, according to information from Sudarto, will be returned to the students. Whether in the form of field rental, uniform lessons and drinking water during exercise.

Another story Laode Muhammad Febrian. During his two years as a student at SSB Putra Mumbul Nusa Dua, Bali he only need to pay Rp 3 thousand rupiah each time come the exercise. Recording money is not very expensive. “Only Rp 100 thousand pas registration” he said.

But apparently, the phrase where there is a free today, refuted in SSB Sandeq Polman, West Sulawesi. The students do not need to pay the arrival and registration fees.

“The exercise is a week-long three times, each Monday, Wednesday and Saturday and do not use pay,” said Adam Roy, coach of Sandeq.

Currently in Jakarta have gathered 16 selected teams from 32 provinces to fight in the national final AQUA DNC, which will be held at the Stadium Student Complex Soemantri Brodjonegoro, Jakarta, 7-8 June. The champion who represents Indonesia in the DNC world final in Brazil in October, and taught Jacksen F. Tiago.

5 Best Football Schools in Indonesia

Do any of you intend to become a professional soccer player? If he is, from now on you can choose SSB (Soccer School) to support your career in the world of football.

Choosing the right SSB (Soccer School) will make you successful in the future. Therefore, it should not be until you choose the right Soccer School for your future. Well, here are some of the best soccer schools you can choose from. Check out Yuk!

1. Chelsea Football School FC Indonesia

This football school is located on Jl.Pantai Indah Barat, Komp. Toho-PIK Blok F no.29, Kamal Muara – North Jakarta 14470. Here you will get the easiest soccer school option available. There is a large area for lessons with the best field quality. In addition, all the professional trainers who are brought from the original indigenous Chelsea will train you here.

This football school is open on Monday – Friday, 10:00 – 17:00 WIB, and Saturday, at 10:00 – 13:00 WIB. Sunday and National Holidays, Close.

Advantages include:

– Extensive study area.
– Professional and Certified Coach from the native club Chelsea.
– Competitive listing fees.
– Complete and adequate learning facilities.

2. Liverpool International Football Academy

A stadium established in July 2011 that addressed at Wisma Metropolitan I, Lt. 15, Jl. General Sudirman Kav. 29-31, Jakarta 12920. You can call directly to +62 21 57907121 If you want to get the latest info about enrollment in this school and other information. The training location is on Hoki Senayan field with opening hours from Friday (16.00-18.00 WIB), Saturday (15.30-17.30 WIB), until Sunday (16.00-18.00 WIB). Open to students aged 6-18 years, you know.

Advantages include:

– Having a certificate and using a soccer learning curriculum in the UK.
– Supported by a number of leading advertisements, like Garuda Indonesia, Carlsberg, Standard Chartered, and still not a bit more.
– A competent coach and expert from Liverpool.
-Start from Liverpool International Football Academy can directly play in Liverpool, London.

3. FC Barcelona Escola Indonesia

This football school was established in January 2012 ago. Addressed at Level 45 The Plaza Office Tower, Penth House, Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav. 26-30 Jakarta. You can live lessons in Sentul (Bogor) with renowned trainers and all other senior players. The school opens a recording for students aged 5-11 years old. With a maximum number of students 250 per year.

Advantages include:

– Adequate student capacity (250 per year).
– Directly trained by all the Spanish gaming club’s professional coach, Barcelona.
– Suitable for the upper class.
– Supported by Qatar Airways, Beko, Audi, and Estrella Damm.
– Legal and Official and ensure professional graduates of professional football academy to play abroad.

4. SSI Arsenal Soccer School

This SSI football school has been established since 2007 ago. Located at ISCI Field (Ciputat) and Aldiron-MBAU ​​(Pancoran), you can sharpen your football talent here. Here also receive registration of all young talents with vulnerable age of pupils: 6-16 years. You can enter this seokal solely with competitive registration fee.

Advantages include:

– Capable of holding more than 250 students.
– The curriculum matches that applied in the UK.
– FlexiSkul service facility by SSI Arsenal.
– Extensive playing field and centered on International Field Club Sport Indonesia.

5. Real Madrid Soccer School

This is a School of soccer that is least in demand by football enthusiasts. Established in March 2012 ago, and managed directly by International Social Sports Development (ISSD), you will gain more sensation when studying at this academy. This school opens branches in several cities such as Aceh, Yogyakarta, Sidoarja, Banjarbaru, Samarinda, Makasar and Jayapura. This school also opened the recording for young talent aged 6-16 years.

Advantages include:

– Complete academic facilities and supported directly from Santiago Bernabeu
– Can meet and train with players from the original Real Madrid, like Cristiano Ronaldo, Casillas, and so forth.
– Supported by top ads like Adidas, Bwin, Samsung, CocaCola, and Microsoft.
– The largest academic in Indonesia and has a high reputation.

That’s five prestigious soccer schools in Indonesia. How are you interested?

Inter, Persib & Kongsi Akademi Club Top Europe In Asia

Not only Inter Milan and Persib Bandung, as many of Europe’s top clubs are ever or are developing a young age development business in Asia.

INTER MILAN


Inter cooperation with Persib Bandung has just announced this early start, precisely on Tuesday (13/2) then. Through this collaboration, students of Persib academy can enjoy Inter-style coaching methods. However, as the first stage, Inter first held training for local coaches. President Erick Thohir wrote Inter academy opened the opportunity in different cities in Indonesia. Other Asian countries Inter’s locations to open the academy are China, Saudi Arabia, and Japan. Unmitigated, Inter academy in China spread in four cities at once, namely Chengdu, Jiangsu, Beijing, and Shanghai (with the club Yi Tao FC).

AC MILAN


The Rossoneri also has academies scattered in two places in Asia, namely in the United Arab Emirates and Tokyo. The academy program is called “Scuola Calcio”, which literally means “football school”. In addition to Scuola Calcio, Milan also developed Junior Camp, which unfortunately is not one place in Asia. In total, Milan’s academies are spread across 25 countries around the world, involving more than 37,000 children, and more than 1,500 trainers.

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN


Thanks to sponsorship relationships that support Balinese funding, PSG has opened an academy in Bali since 2017. The PSG Academy teaches children from six to 19 years old and the French capital club carries former Portuguese striker Pedro Pauleta as a great academic envoy. Academy development program run by PSG starting 2005 with place in France and also abroad. In addition to Indonesia, PSG academy is in three different countries in Asia, namely in Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, and India.

ARSENAL


The North London club is arguably Europe’s first top club to reach the Southeast Asian region while developing an international academy in collaboration with Vietnamese clubs, Hoang Anh Gia Lai, and JMG. The partnership initiated in 2007 includes technical and marketing locations, but has been completed by 2017. On a regular basis, HAGL’s outstanding academy students are sent to practice with the Arsenal U-18 squad in London. Some penggawa junior national team Vietnam is this academy dropout.

Arsenal had also reached Indonesia in 2007 by establishing a football school. In China, The Gunners collaborated with the iRENA company in 2015 to open as many football schools there, between different in Shanghai and Chengdu. Locations in different Asian areas that have developed Youth football development programs are Hong Kong and United Arab Emirates.

LIVERPOOL


With the “Playing The Liverpool Way” marketing strategy, the Red Merseyside club has academies in four Asian countries: the United Arab Emirates, India, Japan and South Korea. In India, Liverpool opens the Players Development Center; while the newly opened branch in 2017 in Japan in collaboration with Nishimachi International School. Liverpool had also opened a football school in Indonesia in 2011. The Reds also has an academy in Australia. If searched more deeply, Liverpool did not open a few international academies in many United States elements.

CHELSEA


Since 2013, Chelsea has collaborated with Guangzhou R & F to build young Chinese players in Meizhou. The area dubbed “China’s soccer enclosure” was considered perfect in developing seeds of superior players. The joint venture with R & F is a massive expansion part of the Blues following Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia.

MANCHESTER CITY


“Who Could You Become?”. This is a message that City says to uniquely interest a potential player to tailor its young age development program. The Eastlands club has an international football school in the United Arab Emirates. In addition, City has a program of cooperation with clubs like Melbourne City Melbourne in Australia.

REAL MADRID


The Spanish giants do not miss the Asian market by developing a college that collaborated with Guangzhou Evergrande since 2012. The Qingyuan Academy is nicknamed “the world’s greatest academy” because it employs 24 direct trainers from Madrid, trailed by thousands of students, has more than 40 fields football, and world-standard facilities.

El Real also has an academy that operates in Singapore. Indeed, Madrid had a football school and plans to open an academy in Bali, Indonesia, in 2008 ago. Unfortunately, the plan did not continue.

BARCELONA


Barcelona also has an academy in Asia. Not to be outdone by Madrid, Blaugrana since 2017 has a young football development center FCBEscoles headquartered in Haikou, Tiongkok. A similar concept has already begun in many Asian countries, like Singapore, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, India, Japan, and Australia. FCBEscoles once started in Indonesia in 2012.

LA LIGA


The academy concept is interesting because it is not owned or affiliated with a particular club, but directly controlled by La Liga Spain. Similar concepts have been previously known public football United Arab Emirates. The academy there is the only one in the Middle East area. The players are accompanied by La Liga coaches and counselors. In addition to having the opportunity to attend a lesson camp in Spain, all students also have the opportunity to get a football scholarship in as many universities as the United States.

The La Liga Academy has been in operation in Indonesia since 2017. While not offering scholarship opportunities, this academy provides an opportunity for participants to enjoy the training methods of all UEFA certified trainers. The academy in Jakarta is the one in Southeast Asia.

Japan Long Journey Building a Professional Football Foundation

Jakarta – Soccer is not a very popular sport in Japan. People in the State of Sakura is more like other sports like Baseball and Sumo who have previously uniquely their attention. However, who would have thought actually football had entered Japan since 1873, or two years after baseball was introduced. At the time, the British naval commander assigned to Japan, Archibald L. Douglas, introduced soccer to the people of Tokyo.

The final football grew in Tokyo until finally in 1878, Japan upheld The National Institute of Gymnastics which has incorporated the football curriculum. In 1888, the Kobe port of Kobe Minato Shimbun wrote the first soccer match in Japan.

This match brings together a club filled with Japanese local people and teams that are packed with all comers. The team filled with these immigrants is mostly filled with British troops stationed in Tokyo. Remarkably, local teams unexpectedly successfully won this match. Since then, football has grown in Japan. Some schools start having their own football clubs. Although not yet a little football competition, but it can be said educational institutions (schools and universities) to be a means of disseminating football to all Japan.

In 1921, the Japan Football Association, JFA, was founded. The establishment of the JFA, even earlier than the beginning of the first professional baseball competition in Japan that was only there in 1935. This shows that the Japanese have indeed started to know football at that time. The formation of a legitimate sports parent shows that Japan is about to bring football to a professional level. JFA then joined FIFA in 1929. Since then, football in Japan is growing. Not only playing in the national scope, Japanese football has begun to penetrate the international world. One of the most memorable achievements is when they successfully beat Sweden 3-2 in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin.

Japanese society alludes to this achievement with the “Miracle of Berlin” because no one suspects Japan will win that time. Football activities in Japan had to stop for a moment when World War II. JFA rises from FIFA membership to the extent that there is no soccer activities run by the Japanese national teams.

This then led to the dimming of the popularity of football among Japanese society. Conversely, baseball that has been attached more powerful in the environment of Japanese society, instead became an increasingly popular sport after World War II. Almost all children in Japan play baseball. Not a few children who play football, even want to start abandoned. However, there is one prefecture in Japan that in that city children even more play less football.

This prefecture is the Shizuoka prefecture located in the southwestern element of Tokyo. From the prefecture following the struggling Japanese soccer back up. Being in the Shadow of South Korea. They started by becoming members of FIFA in 1950. Educational institutions are again used as a vehicle to spread football to Japanese society. The legitimate soccer competition was finally held in 1962 under the name “Japan Soccer League”. The result of the running of the football competition was the 1968 Olympic bronze medal in Mexico City. However, the bronze medal became the only achievement Japan can be proud of in this era. Furthermore, the achievements of their national teams are not exactly good. In fact, even for the Asian level they remain in the shadow of South Korea.
This is definitely not what the Japanese expected. Being number one in Asia, even the world, is the ambition of the country that offends this “Asian Light”. Losing from neighboring countries is a shameful affair for Japan. Because of that in the 1980s began to be designed planning to foster football development system. One of them is the design of professional competition that weighs or qualified so as to create talented players. Cartoon Campaigns and Educational Institutions.

Of course all that can not be done instantly. It takes careful planning to produce matching competition. What Japan can do at that time is to do campaigns that can increase the public charm of football. The making of Captain Tsubasa’s cartoon film in the 1980s was one of Japan’s efforts to popularize football among children. The difference they built during this period was strengthening at the grassroots level. Japan has the assumption that before building a professional level competition, they must have a powerful coaching first. Because after all, the professional rivalry needs.

Of course all that can not be done instantly. It takes careful planning to produce matching competition. What Japan can do at that time is to do campaigns that can increase the public charm of football. The making of Captain Tsubasa’s cartoon film in the 1980s was one of Japan’s efforts to popularize football among children. The difference they built during this period was strengthening at the grassroots level. Japan has the assumption that before building a professional level competition, they must have a powerful coaching first. Because after all, professional rivalry requires players coaching results. Educational institutions are still the main focus of Japan to work on grassroots development. It is hardest to get Japanese to leave school and to pursue careers. Schools are still an obligation even if they want a career as an athlete. That’s why JFA does not gouge coaching from school.

Their inter-school competition wakes up so well that children find the competition early on. The existence of competition between schools is to create schools also finally have a strong football club. The football clubs that are in almost all schools in Japan, have a lesson schedule that is not contradictory to the lessons learned by the young professional club team. Some school football clubs are even accompanied by the best quality coaches. So there are not many players of the current national teams of Japan that have sprung up from the school competition. Some of the big names you know today are like Honda, Hasebe, Nakamura, and a number of other players emerging from the competition between schools.

The player who now defends Inter Milan, Yuto Nagatomo, even just started his career in a professional club after earning a bachelor’s degree. This makes the competition between high school football also has its own prestige. The championship called “All High School Tournament” is always able to bring the attraction for school children who want to support their friends to compete and all parents who do not want to miss the action of his son. The final party in each region can even present more than 20 thousand spectators. Not infrequently the game between schools must use an international-level stadium like Saitama Stadium in order to accommodate the number of viewers who want to watch the game. Through a strong foundation and coaching system, the end of Japan began to launch its professional competition in 1993. The competition, named “J-League” continues to roll as Japan’s highest level of competition to date. Of course, the system built in the J-League is also not separated from the coaching system that has built Japan in previous years.