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New season at the Antonio Puerta School, where sportsmen with Sevillista values are created

The Antonio Puerta Soccer School is already preparing for the 2024-25 academic year. To this end, the registration period for a new season that is full of activities and challenges for the little ones has been open since Tuesday. The school is the ideal environment for children born between 2011 and 2020 to play sports, develop, learn and, above all, have fun while they soak up the best Sevillista values.

The course is designed for the following categories: baby, pre-benjamin, benjamin, alevin and infantile. Each student will belong to a team that will be named after a Sevilla FC player and will receive the necessary sports equipment for training: two complete playing kits (shirt, shorts and socks), tracksuit, training sweatshirt, raincoat and backpack.

Most of the activities will take place at Sevilla FC’s top-level facilities at the Ciudad Deportiva José Ramón Cisneros Palacios. The schedule will be the same as usual: Monday to Thursday from 17.00 to 20.00 hours. Specifically, two training days a week of one hour, with games and/or games on Fridays from November onwards.

All the necessary information is available at this web address. Prices are the same as last year, as well as discounts for Sevilla FC members and season ticket holders. To proceed with the registration process, please click on this link.

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Renew your place in the Antonio Puerta School for next season

This Monday is the deadline for the renewal of the Antonio Puerta School for the 2024-2025 season. These inscriptions are still intensifying, but anyone who does not want to miss the opportunity is still in time to sign up.

The Antonio Puerta Soccer School continues with its renewal period open. After this process began last June, Sevilla FC and its Foundation continue to prepare a new season for those Sevilla players born between 2011 and 2018, both included, who want to take their first steps with the ball in the facilities of the Utrera road.

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Conference by Jesús Arroyo on sports law to the students of LaLiga Business School

LaLiga Business School has once again chosen the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán as the venue for one of its special days, in which it takes the students of the various courses it offers out of its offices. On this occasion, the visit to Sevilla FC was hosted by the club’s deputy general manager, Jesús Arroyo, who shared his extensive experience in the field with the students of the Master’s Degree in Sports Law applied to professional soccer in the José Antonio Sánchez-Araujo press room.

LaLiga has developed the Master’s Degree in Sports Law applied to professional soccer to offer the possibility of specialization in one of the fastest growing branches of law. An area in which Sevilla FC has extensive experience with numerous success stories.

Likewise, Jesús Arroyo, is the Institutional Coordinator of the Master’s Degree in Sports Law applied to Football at Sevilla FC in collaboration with the Catholic University of Murcia, whose registration period is still open for the new edition.

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Closing Ceremony of the Master in Big Data applied to Scouting in Football at the Pizjuán

The Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán once again hosted the closing ceremony of the Master’s Degree in Applied Big Data for Scouting in Football, one of the flagship courses promoted by Sevilla FC’s Innovation Center as part of its increasingly extensive educational offerings. Students from the last two editions had an in-person session in the heart of the Sevillista temple, specifically in the José Antonio Sánchez-Araujo press room, where, among other professionals from the club, they received a masterclass from the club’s sporting director, Víctor Orta.

Additionally, during this closing ceremony, all the master’s students received a commemorative sash for completing the course in the stadium’s ante box, alongside Sevilla FC’s seven Europa League trophies won to date. All the students completed the day by enjoying the Stadium Tour of the legendary Sevillista stadium.

The master’s program is organized by Sport Data Campus, in collaboration with the Catholic University of Murcia (UCAM) and the Sevilla FC Innovation Center, and enables professionals to acquire all the necessary knowledge to organize a top-level ‘data-driven’ sports management. Registrations for the VII edition, which will run from October 2024 to June 2025, are now open.

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Coaches of Sevilla FC Academy carried a clinic at the Europa FC Academy

The activity coordinated by the R&D&I Department of Sevilla FC through the Innovation Center never ceases, and last week it was the turn of two youth coaches from the club, Javier Álex and Diego Blanco, who traveled to Gibraltar Camp with the Europa FC Academy. There, they carried a clinic and explained the training methodology followed in Sevilla FC Academy.

Two training sessions, alongside John Moreno, director of the Europa FC Academy, helped the young footballers of the Gibraltarian team and their coaches gain a basic understanding of the main principles followed at Sevilla FC. The sessions were focused on players born between 2006 and 2012 initially, and then between 2013 and 2016.

With this type of activity, one of the main objectives of Sevilla FC’s Innovation Center is fulfilled: to share the knowledge generated through this platform with others. This educational intention is channeled through training programs.

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Sevilla FC hosted the new edition of the FCE ProCourse 2024

The Sevilla FC training facilities hosted one of the training sessions organized by the Dutch Football Academy for future football coaches. Dutch coach Raymond Verheijen conducted a course for 39 coaches from different parts of the world, focusing on the ‘Team Tactics Formation Process’. During the course, the coaches witnessed training sessions of various youth teams from the Sevilla Academy and gained detailed insights into the daily operations of different areas within the Sevilla FC Academy. The visit concluded with a tour of the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium.

Football Coach Evolution (FCE) is a globally renowned football educational institute that provides knowledge to many federations and clubs worldwide. Raymond Verheijen founded the Dutch Football Academy for coaches who wish to develop their knowledge and challenge the status quo in football. Verheijen’s mission is to educate football coaches in a more objective and football-specific manner, rather than relying on trendy styles or merely copying the champions. Verheijen’s mission is supported by Guus Hiddink, one of the most successful Dutch coaches of all time, who became a global ambassador.

The Innovation Center Sevilla FC is expanding its educational offerings with a new sports education project set to launch next October. In this new project, Sevilla FC will offer official vocational training programs at both intermediate and advanced levels, leading to the qualification of Technical Sports Specialist in Football, which enables individuals to work as football coaches in Spain. Additionally, this qualification allows for subsequent access to certain university degree programs.

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Students from Tabladilla School visited the Training Facilities as part of the ‘Work Experience’ initiative.

As part of the ‘Work Experience’ initiative and in collaboration with the Sevilla FC Innovation Center, a group of high school students from Colegio Tabladilla visited the Ciudad Deportiva José Ramón Cisneros Palacios. The aim was to integrate these students into the daily activities of a company or institution, in this case, Sevilla FC, just before they choose their university specializations. In this way, the students were able to experience firsthand a day in the life of professionals in various areas of the club.

On one hand, students focused on communication and marketing attended the Open Media Day organized that day by the Club’s Communication Department, together with La Liga, during which many of the first-team players engaged with the media in preparation for the upcoming El Gran Derbi that same week. Subsequently, they received guidance on potential career paths within the organization from José María Cruz Gallardo, the head of R&D at the club. They also interacted with colleagues from the Communication and Brand departments, visited their facilities, and toured the recording sets.

Likewise, students interested in the healthcare field spent the morning with Rafael Castaño and Julia Gutiérrez, members of Sevilla FC’s Youth Academy Medical Services. They experienced a typical workday of these professionals and their tasks with the future players of Sevilla FC. In this way, Tabladilla School students had a first-hand introduction to the professional world they will soon enter, helping them to orient their future in an immersive manner.

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The Sevilla FC and CESUR join forces to train the coaches of the future

Sevilla FC has entered into a collaboration agreement with CESUR, a leading official Vocational Training center in Spain. Moving forward, they will be offering training courses through the Innovation Center. The Innovation Center recently obtained the license to provide specialized sports education, officially authorized by the Andalusian government as an Accredited Sports Teaching Center.

The signing of this agreement took place at the José Ramón Cisneros Palacios Sports City, where all these training sessions will be held. José Castro, the vice president of Sevilla FC, welcomed Manuel Martín, the president of Grupo Coremsa, the holding company that encompasses CESUR, to formalize this partnership.

CESUR is one of Spain’s major educational groups, currently comprising over 30 centers nationwide and offering more than 100 different vocational training qualifications. CESUR’s value proposition lies in facilitating the specialization of workers, enhancing knowledge for better personal and professional preparation.

In this new project, Sevilla FC and CESUR will offer official vocational training studies at the Intermediate and Higher levels leading to the qualification of sports technician in Football, enabling individuals to work as football coaches in Spain. Additionally, these qualifications will pave the way for access to certain university degree programs.

The registration period is now open for the first edition starting next October at the facilities of the José Ramón Cisneros Palacios Sports City. All information about these training programs is already available on the Sevilla FC Innovation Center and CESUR websites.

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Diploma of Expertise in Tactical Analysis and Research in Invasion Sports

The title of Tactical Analysis and Research in Invasion Sports has now reached its third edition at Pablo de Olavide University, one of the strategic training partners of the Sevilla FC Innovation Center, which participates as a collaborating entity and educator. This course, starting on May 29 and ending on June 21, is presented as innovative training that delves into a key figure for the success of team sports, that of the analyst. The student will be able to acquire analytical skills and the ability to create and interpret useful scientific data, as well as a strategy for understanding the functional logic of invasion sports in order to improve performance.

This course is part of the Sevilla FC Chair: university, company, and sport, which the club maintains at UPO. Through this training, the student will also learn to design research within observational methodology by applying the statistical techniques of this approach. For further information and to proceed with pre-registration, click on this link.

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Sevilla FC showcased its youth academy in the Czech Republic

Sevilla FC continues to participate in various international congresses, both in the technical field and in the football industry. Last week, José Collado, Head of International Projects, traveled to Ostrava, Czech Republic, to present the training methodology of the Sevilla FC youth academy. He did so as part of the Annual Coaches Conference organized by the Czech Football Federation, with FC Banik Ostrava serving as the host club.

Collado delivered one of the most anticipated presentations titled ‘Sevilla FC Youth Academy Football Laboratory.’ This visit reciprocated the one made in 2023 by a large delegation of youth academy coaches from the Czech federation to the Sports City, as part of the ‘Coaches Academy’ program offered by the Sevilla FC Innovation Center.

The invitation, extended by Martin VLK, Head of Training at the Czech federation, aimed to deepen the synergy of work between Sevilla FC and the Czech organization, thus enhancing the training and development of Czech coaches, which was the ultimate goal of their participation in the ‘Coaches Academy’ program.

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Students from the Master’s program in Physical Preparation and Sports Rehabilitation visit the Training Academy

Students from the Master’s program in Physical Preparation and Sports Rehabilitation in Football, offered by the University of Murcia, visited the facilities of the Nervión club last week. They did so to continue their education through special sessions held at the José Ramón Cisneros Palacios Sports City by professionals from the first team and the youth academy.

Specifically, it was Dr. Matías Alonso and readaptation specialist Antonio Muñoz who explained the details of their work to the students. They also received instructions from the medical staff and physical preparation and rehabilitation area of both the male and female youth teams of Sevilla FC.

UCAM is one of the academic partners of the Sevilla FC Innovation Center. Both entities recognize the importance of developing talent through high-quality educational offerings inspired by a philosophy of continuous improvement and constant pursuit of excellence as a way of working. For all these reasons, Sevilla FC makes available to society the knowledge generated by its professionals during its more than one hundred years of history.

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The Sevilla FC welcomed students from the University of San Francisco de Quito to its Business Academy program

The Sevilla FC Business Academy continues with its busy activity, and in recent days, it organized training sessions for various students and faculty from the University of San Francisco de Quito (Ecuador). Seven students and two professors from the Minor in Sports Management and Entertainment of the aforementioned university attended various talks led by employees from different departments of the club. These talks took place at the Jesús Navas stadium facilities, within the José Ramón Cisneros Palacios Sports City.

The first day consisted of three presentations and a tour of both the Sports City and the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium. Representatives from various areas of the Sevilla FC Foundation, as well as the Brand and Retail and Members departments, gave lectures to the students before their visit to the Nervión temple. On the second day, it was time to present the strategic lines in the international and digital realms, two of the most active areas of the organization.