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Soccer in Spain and in Valencia

Spain’s passion for soccer or football – depending on what country in the planet you live – is only comparable with the passion countries like Italy, UK, Brazil and Argentina have for the sport.

After winning the 2010 World Cup and the 2008 and 2012 European Cups, Spanish football climbed the Olympus of world football to be considered by professionals and fans as the global reference in technique and beauty.

The Spanish league, LaLiga, competes hand in hand with the English Premier League to be considered as the best soccer league in the world. Players such as Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Griezmann or Bacca are global superstars with thousands of fans worldwide buying their jerseys or anything they wear.

Within the league, Valencia and Madrid are the only two cities in Spain that count with three or more teams competing at the top level. Valencia CF, Levante UD and Villarreal CF (only 45’ drive from the city centre) are the teams in the Mediterranean coast.

With great fans from all over the globe, in recent years, international students have shown an increasing demand in gaining professional experience at a top soccer/football club. This enriching experience provides students with insights of how a professional club is run, how different departments operate, it allows them to meet their football heroes and watch games at the stadium as an employee would do. But most importantly it’s a first step towards a promising career in a field that’s not just a standard job but a passion.

To apply for internship opportunities at a club that competes at LaLiga and at European competitions such as the Champions League or the Europa League, Euroace offers its student with the opportunity to gain professional experience at Villarreal CF. Many students have already taken advantage of this unique internship.

If you’re interested in applying please get in touch with Euroace at contact@localhost or call +34 963 155 702. A career in soccer may be closer than you ever imagined.

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