THE BRAZILIAN WAY OF PLAYING SOCCER
BRAZILIAN WAY METHODOLOGY
The Brazilian Way training program delivers an advanced training methodology with two primary objectives: (1) to improve the individual’s overall technical skills and (2) to improve the individual’s ability to make decisions on the soccer field, so that they will excel at applying the appropriate technique at the right time for any given situation the game presents – . tactical application of the technique. As the Brazilian philosophy dictates, the foundations of the sport are highly emphasized (i.e. dribbling, passing, receiving, turning, finishing, heading, etc), in a way that they can be applied to game situations with incredible creativity.
Technical Development, Tactical Awareness and Fun: This camp is a real-life experience of a pro youth academy training program. The curriculum promotes the essence of the Brazilian Jogo Bonito (beautiful game) through activities that enhance Creativity, Improvisation and 1v1 Skills.
Collegiate Soccer Experience: This is a unique opportunity to be exposed to the collegiate level of soccer. Training sessions are led by college coaches (NCAA-I, NCAA-II, NCAA-III, NAIA, and NJCAA) – where players have the chance to experience the intensity and level of play expected in that environment.
Full-Time Soccer Experience: This is a unique opportunity to have a full-time soccer experience. Coaches will work one-on-one with our staff to adjust our camp curriculum to each team’s goals and specific needs.
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Founder & Director
Paulo Neto is a professional soccer coach, having worked in all levels of the sport in America: four different universities (NAIA, NCAA-II and NCAA-I); three different semi-professional clubs at USL-2 and NPSL; Olympic Development Program at the state, regional, and national levels; and several youth club teams in four different states. Before coming to the United States, Neto played in the youth system of some of the best clubs in the world including Fluminense FC and SC Corinthians (Brazil). He was also pre-selected for the U-17 Brazilian National Team. In the USA, Neto was a 3x collegiate All-American. He holds a USSF “A” License, a USSF Youth National License, and a UEFA “A” License. He is currently the club technical director for West Florida Flames, MLS Next and Girls Academy League club affiliate.