Enjoy while you learn Spanish language

To learn a new language is for sure a good idea but learning Spanish may be one of the best decisions you can make for your future. There are over 400 million Spanish speakers world-wide and right now 21 million students are learning it. In the United States there are more than 33 million Spanish speakers making Hispanics the largest minority in the USA.

Why is it important to learn Spanish? Not only will you be able to communicate with Spanish speakers on a day to day basis but also it can be extremely advantageous in business, with Latin American countries as our most important trading partners. Being able to speak Spanish greatly enhances your resume. If you are bilingual, you are more competitive in the workplace. You can travel to a Spanish-speaking country to study a Master’s Degree and really get to know the culture during your stay.


There are many universities, colleges, high schools and other organizations that offer a variety of study abroad programs and exchanges. You may be required to have a year or a semester of language study in order to participate. Even if a study abroad program does not require prior knowledge of Spanish, you will be at a great advantage when you study abroad if you have studied the language before arriving in the country.

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It is no secret that learning a language, in general, is difficult but you can make learning Spanish language easier. While language learning takes a lot of practice, hard work and dedication, the learning process actually develops a number of mental and social skills. Being immersed in the Spanish culture, living in Spain for example, makes your learning process easier, natural and fun.

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Opening Day of the second half of the season:

ŁKS Łomza set the tone in the shutout victory with a 1-0 result versus Motor Lubawa. Ipina and Rodier both featured in the victory with Ipina starting and going the distance at left back. Rodier was a second half substitute and unfortunate to not seal the match in the 75th minute as the Lubawa net minder made a point blank save from 11 meters. Villagomez watched from the stands as his certificate has yet to arrive from the Deutscher Fußball-Bund.

Match Review (03.08.14) ŁKS Łomza-Motor Lubawa (1:0)

As for Chris, in his first weeks at our international soccer academy in Nürnberg we saw many strong qualities in him and game composure and consistency that gave us the confidence in him to arrange the opportunity to trial with SG Quelle Fürth. He is a tall, strong, quick and team player that really enjoys the game. He is a possession player, and guarantees accurate passing. The right footer comes to Germany with USA Olympic Development Program U18 team experience and also international experience with various teams and programs in England.

  • IFX partner club SG Quelle is well regarded as a feeder for some of the pro clubs in the area.
  • SG Quelle counts with excelent facilities and Gym opened everyday.

 SG Quelle Fürth U19´s team leads the highly competitive U19 Landesliga, which is the third tier of under 19 youth football in Germany and Bavaria, one level below the Under 19 Bayernliga, a league which Fürth has in previous years competed in regularly. The Fürthers are well regarded as a feeder team for some of the pro clubs in the area like Greuther Furth and the recently promoted to 1. Bundesliga 1. FC Nuremberg.

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IFX makes this experience more pleasurable combining Spanish language courses alongside playing Fútbol in Spain.Our soccer program in Spain gives you the opportunity to learn Spanish in the classroom and practice it on the pitch with your team mates and rivals too. Everything within a safe environment and supported by IFX representatives from the very first moment you touch down Spain to the moment you return to go back home.Call Us NOW +1 510-599-4625 and start planning your next adventure in Spain.