TORONTO--Canada First Academy for Soccer Excellence (CFA) congratulates two of its U10 athletes for being invited to guest train with Germany’s top team Bayern Munich.
CFA’s Kristjan Fortier and Kaleb Kemeth will travel to Germany this summer to train with the prestigious Bayern Munich’s U10 team. This trip will help assess CFA’s skill level compared to top-level German academies. Fortier and Kemeth will travel with Rene Kwol, CFA’s Technical Director and CFA Coach Eric Nelson.
This isn’t the first time CFA, a Toronto-based soccer academy, has travelled to Germany with players representing the academy. Last summer, Fortier and another U10 player, Gianluca Scurti, trained with the U10 teams of 1st league newcomer, FC Ingolstadt and 2nd league team, 1860 Munich. Both players left a lasting impression and enjoyed the training they received.
Meanwhile, other CFA players, also continue to guest train in overseas squads. CFA’s U16 player Samuel Nnoruka recently participated in 1860 Munich’s training week and U20 player Alhasan Shanti participated in training with the FC Ismaning’s 6th League Men’s team.
Sending players overseas is consistent with CFA’s philosophy of learning from the best and measuring itself against top-level teams. CFA is a Toronto-based elite soccer academy for high-level player training, implementing the highly successful German talent development in Canada. CFA’s goal is to holistically develop and improve the individual skills of players so they can reach their full potential. From ball receiving and controlling to positioning and passing, the focus is on ensuring each player obtains the advanced skills and confidence necessary to become an elite player. Our Academy players train year round on turf and grass in state-of-the-art facilities.
For more information:
Rene Kwol, President and Technical Director
Canada First Academy for Soccer Excellence
+1 (416) 901 2350