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Soccer camps in Germany, Bayern: Youth Summer IFX

Best Summer Soccer Camps in Germany: Youth Summer IFX

A unique football academy soccer camp in Bayern, Germany, for competitive boys soccer players, the Youth Summer IFX Germany enables participants to train within youth teams of semi pro German soccer clubs SG Quelle Fürth, FSV Erlangen-Bruck, and Baiersdorfer SV.

Contrary to the more common international soccer camp where teams travel to play against foreign teams or where camp participants only train with other participants, our German international soccer academy camp immerses players in the foreign game, experiencing the German game as if they were a part of the team.

Players spend two weeks in Nürnberg/Fürth training at the TV Fürth 1860 facility and home of IFX soccer, training together each weekday morning. Players are then placed to train within partner clubs SG Quelle Fürth, FSV Erlangen-Bruck, or Baiersdorfer SV youth teams to experience authentic German training methodologies and to train alongside competitive Germany football players of their age. Participants stay in a comfortable youth hostel or in hotel accommodations, attend daily training, visit local tourist attractions, and learn about the German culture and life.

 

Germany Youth Soccer Camp Training Overview

Each weekday morning, players train under the instruction of the coaches of IFX. Licensed German trainers experienced in German youth football lead the daily training, engaging the group in technical drills and tactical maneuvering. Players will then join the SG Quelle Fürth, FSV Erlangen Bruck, or Baiersdorfer SV fussball academy teams in the afternoons/evenings to participate in their normal training sessions. Training consists normally of three days per week of club training.

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Training Facilities - TV 1860 Fürth

The training facilities at TV 1860 Fürth have been the destination of several national teams over the past several years. The close proximity to Nürnberg, yet with its setting comfortably nestled next to the Fürth city forest, makes it a tranquil training destination for professional and youth clubs alike.

The facility has three natural surfaces, including their stadium pitch, and one artificial pitch. The facility also includes locker rooms/showers, a weight room, tennis courts, an indoor hall, a track, volleyball courts, and more. IFX soccer camps in Germany will have access to daily training on grass pitches, use of the locker room/shower facilities, and all training equipment, including balls, disc cones, bibs, speed hurdles, agility hurdles, goals, poles, and ladders.

IFX Partner Clubs

 

FSV Erlangen-Bruck

FSV Erlangen-Bruck is a multi-branch organization with some 1,100 members in the Franconian university town of Erlangen. The club has positioned themselves as a feeder club to the two top clubs in the region, FC Nürnberg and SpVgg Greuther Fürth, both Bundesliga clubs. Known locally as “Bruck”, the club’s senior men’s team competes in the highly regarded Bayernliga (5th division), and fields some of the top youth teams in the region with their U19, U17, and U15 all competing in the Bayernliga or Landesliga. (2nd/3rd highest youth divisions).

 

SG Quelle Fürth

With roots dating back to 1860, Quelle Fürth has become a major force in youth football in the Nürnberg/Fürth region, with many youth players coming and going to and from der Club (FC Nürnberg) and SpVgg Greuther Fürth. Their close cooperation with these Bundesliga clubs draws talented players from throughout the region. Quelle’s semi-professional men’s team competes in the Landesliga (6th division) and have competed as high as the Regionalliga. Their U19, U17, and U15 all compete in the Bayernliga or Landesliga.

 

Baiersdorfer SV

On the fringe of Franconian Switzerland just north of Nuremberg lies Baiersdorfer SV, a successful Amateur soccer club from the Franconian region, boasting an impressive stadium and training facility. Baiersdorfer SV has multiple grass pitches, a full sized track, a clubhouse and changing rooms, as well as a restaurant facility. For many years, Baiersdorfer SV has fielded competitive men's semi-pro/Amateur teams as well as some of the region's most competitive youth teams, typically competing in the youth Landesligas (3rd highest youth German level).

 

Soccer Goalkeeper Training Program

Germany is considered to be one of the top countries in the world when it comes to goalkeeper training and development. Some of the world's greatest goalkeepers have come from Germany including Manuel Neuer, Oliver Kahn, Andreas Köpke, and Sepp Maier to name a few. Our summer soccer training camp in Germany provides all goalkeepers with specialized soccer goalkeeper training and drills and goalkeeper coaching directed by IFX partner German goalie trainers, in some cases who have or were professional goalkeeper trainers from local professional German football clubs in the area. Please visit our webpage through the link below for more specific details regarding our Goalkeeper Training Program

 

Accommodations

IFX Germany clubs will stay at a 4-star hotel in an ideal location surrounded by the beautiful Fürth municipal forest in the west of the city. The hotel is the ideal place to spend a relaxing day or hold a dynamic session. It offers easy access to the motorway and public transport that will take you to Fürth and Nürnberg. Discover the beautiful Fürth’s Old Town with its many restaurants and cafes. Or you can go to Nürnberg and explore the many sights and attractions, such as the Nürnberg Castle or the charming old town.

The hotel combines modern concepts with traditional style. The 111 renovated and tastefully decorated rooms exude a welcoming atmosphere. They impress with warm colors, elegant style, and modern amenities, such as flatscreen televisions with satellite TV, Wi-Fi, and a minibar. 

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Nürnberg City & Region

Nürnberg captivates its visitors with its Bavarian charm and Franconian mystique. Situated in the heart of Mittelfranken, Bavaria, Nürnberg is home to approximately 500,000 inhabitants. Frankfurt, Munich, and Prague are all just a few hours away, making Nürnberg easily accessible from the major international airports and for exciting day or weekend trips.

Medieval architecture blends into modernity, from stone bridges to the Imperial Castle on the skyline. Beautiful countryside and forests encapsulate the Franconian city, leaving visitors with many outdoor options for adventure and relaxation. For those looking to discover Nürnberg’s rich history, there is plenty of that, too. Whether it is the Nazi Party Grounds or Albrecht Dürer’s home, Nürnberg boasts many exciting and interesting excursions for the curious minded.

 

Additional Activities & Supervision

IFX maintains a good balance between planned activities, soccer, and free time throughout the program. Activities include: a tour through Nürnberg’s charming downtown , a trip to Adidas and Puma’s headquarters and outlets, and attendance of a professional Bundesliga soccer match.

Additional activities may include trips to other surrounding towns such as Rothenberg o.d. Tauber, Munich, Bamberg, or an afternoon at the Betzenstein Kletterpark, a ropes/ziplining course in the trees of the Franconian Switzerland region ... always a great time!

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