Each year, the Kinetic team hold an exhibition game for American University scouts, where our young people can showcase their talent and hopefully secure an opportunity to study in the USA while continuing to play football.
Unlike many football education programmes that have a partnership with an agency who, for a fee, can support young people to apply for a scholarship at an American University, Kinetic is different as they provide this service for free, supporting their young people all the way through the process of securing a scholarship.
Kinetic Academy graduates Bryan Akongo and Victor Koah are both currently studying at Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania, USA. Bryan is studying for a degree in Business Marketing while Victor is studying for a degree in Finance.
Victor has put together a video for us which shows a typical day as a student athlete at a university in the USA. If you think a US football scholarship is for you take a look.
Kinetic had over 20 scouts from professional clubs across the UK in attendance at their Kinetic U18s and U16s showcase games on Thursday, 13 April, as well as being watched by universities across the USA!
A key part of Kinetic’s vision and mission is to help young people develop their confidence, skills and capabilities to reach their full potential. Working towards this objective, Kinetic has developed an entrepreneurship programme for over 150 year 12 Academy students across London, which will help them build core business skills.
Kinetic has launched its first full time girls football & education programme at Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley.
So, if you’re in Year 11 or 12 and interested in the opportunity to combine your academic studies and football over a two year programme you can apply now.
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Kinetic is delighted to announce a partnership with Her Game Too, a voluntary campaign led by a team of dedicated female football fans who are passionate about creating a positive change in football.
Kinetic’s vision is very much aligned with Her Game Too, in that they both believe that everyone should have the opportunity to participate in sports regardless of their background, ability or gender.
Matt White, Kinetic Head of Social Media & Marketing: “I’m really pleased to have set up this exciting and important partnership with Her Game Too. Amy Clement and the Her Game Too team have done so much brilliant work already from the professional game down to grassroots level. Looking forward to implementing some of the ideas that Amy and I have discussed so we can remove barriers allowing girls to access football and increase their opportunities both on and off the field. Working towards our aim at Kinetic to be the largest provider of Girls Football in London by the end of 2025.
The Kinetic team is looking forward to working with Her Game Too as they launch their first full time girls football and education programme at our Harris Federation partner school Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley.