Royal Spanish Federation Soccer Camps in Madrid (SPAIN)


Where: Madrid, Spain

Date of the soccer camps: July 2018

Where: Ciudad del Fútbol – Royal Spanish Soccer Federation (RFEF) and Spanish National Team headquarters in Madrid, Spain.

Participants: Boys, competitive players

Ages: 10-16

Activities: Individual offensive & defensive tactical and technical methods, ball scrimmage, control and ball handling, group offensive & defensive tactical and technical methods, and specific work for goalkeepers.


The Real Federacion Española de Futbol Campus is one of the top leading and perhaps the best choice of summer soccer camps in Spain, and it has always make the best of efforts to present for the program participants the chance to experience contemporary training systems and methods under the guidance and control of experts and experienced Federation coaches. By means of soccer, the RFEF soccer academy in Spain lay emphasis on indispensable values like patience and forbearance, self-esteem, companionship, professionalism, and fair play.

spanish national team soccer world cupPlayers will get to learn and know more about the fashionable and most coveted style of play known as Tiki-Taka from La Roja (“The Spanish national team”), a style of play centered on making exquisite short passes and fascinating movements in order to score a goal.

The players in the youth soccer camp are grouped into age and level in order to realize some of the programs intentions by means of physical strength and technical efforts. The RFEF coaching staff employs accurate standards and medium for integration, with a great and proficient program structure, making use of contemporary team-building tactics. In order to encourage the perfect mix and coming together of diverse cultures and individual’s inclination, the soccer camps in Spain comprise of both day soccer camps and boarding players.


The Royal Spanish Soccer Federation (Real Federación Española de Fútbol, RFEF) is the ruling and administrative body of Spanish soccer, based in La Ciudad del Futbol of Las Rozas, a municipality near Madrid.

RFEF organizes the Campeonato Nacional de Liga: the Primera División, the Segunda División, and the Segunda División B. It also runs the Tercera División with the help and support of the regional soccer federations.

It is as well responsible for appointing the management of the Spanish national soccer team (men’s), women’s, and youth national soccer teams. The Spain national futsal team also belongs to the federation.

YOUTH SOCCER CAMP PROGRAM METHODOLOGYbest soccer specific training program

  • Individual offensive tactical and technical methods. Ball scrimmage, control, and ball handling.
  • Individual defensive tactical and technical methods. Coverage, tackles, interceptions, diversions, and clearances.
  • Group offensive tactical and technical methods. Shiftings, supporting, getting away from the coverage, splittings, timing, ball movement, setting and filling empty spaces, and playing systems.
  • Group defensive tactical and technical methods. Defensive strategy, coverage, exchanges, withdrawals, and offside.
  • Special and explicit work for goalkeepers. Movements and positions, saves and receptions, diversions, rebounds and interceptions, kickoffs, scrimmages and offensive throws, agility, coordination, and reaction time.



Spain vs. Chile, 10th September 2013

The soccer academy participants in Spain will get to enjoy great facilities that include; double, triple, and quad bedrooms with onsite bathrooms, TV, air conditioning, and telephone. The site is also used by The Spanish National Team. You might get to sleep where Ramos, Pique or Iniesta had slept. Wonderful!

You’ll get to eat meals that are prepared under a perfect scrutiny of nutritional controls same as for the professional soccer players and the same chefs who make meals for the National Team Soccer Players will be the ones to prepare them.



Players get picked at the Madrid Airport when they arrive in Spain and they will be conveyed to the training facilities on bus. The two types of soccer camps in Spain are provided with supervision both at the living quarters as well as throughout the day during the training sessions.


  • Technical Soccer Training Program
  • Soccer gear
  • Full board boarding
  • Adult supervision
  • Insurance and emergency assistance
  • Weekend trips
  • Spanish or English lessons


For boys age 10 -16

Geared towards competitive players

Limited space per age group

Players chosen on a first-come, first-serve basis for all of those who fulfill program requirements.

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Other fantastic camps in Spain:

  1. UE Cornella soccer camps
  2. Real Madrid Campus Experience soccer camps
  3. FC Barcelona Escola soccer camps
  4. Atletico Madrid Foundation soccer camps experience


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