Elite Soccer PK

ABOUT ELITE SOCCER PK

WE ARE A PLAYER DEVELOPMENT TRAINING ACADEMY

ESPK (Elite Soccer PK) is an independent training academy, which offers training opportunities for players who are serious about their development regardless of their skill level..

Soccer is not just a sport, but it is also a game. As a sport, soccer requires various individual technical skills that must be taught and developed. But as a game, soccer is based on teamwork and a system of tactics. That is why our training programs offer individual 1on1 training, small groups, team practices and clinics sessions that are not only motivational and goal oriented, but extremely effective at improving your game and your technical skills.
"We are not just Soccer Trainers, we also play a mentorship role for each player helping them reach their true and highest potential"

UPCOMING PROGRAMS

DEVELOPMENT CLINICS

This is not your typical Soccer Clinic where you only go to play around and walk away with just the fun, but to actually learn the basics and fundamental of the sport and a set of essential values while you child is having fun.

We keep our coach-player ratio to a max of 10 child's per head coach, so the participants have the opportunity to develop their skills, values and to grow their game by touching all the aspects of the game. We divide all players into different groups based on skill level and performance, so everyone has the opportunity to reach their true and highest potential.

Spring Clinic

NOV 4th TO NOV 1ST

4:30PM TO 6 PM

Encino, CA
Summer Clinic

SEP 6th TO NOV 1ST

4:30PM TO 6 PM

Encino, CA
Fall Clinic

JAN 1st TO NOV 1ST

4:30PM TO 6 PM

Encino, CA
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OUR PRO FRIENDS

OUR PRO FRIENDS

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El Pulpo Zuñiga

Former Mexican National Team Goalkeeper

El Pulpo Zuñiga

Martin Roberto Zúñiga Hernández better known as "El Pulpo" Zúñiga (The Octopus), was born in Tampico (Mexico) and is a Mexican former goalkeeper. He is most recognized for his involvement in 1st division Mexican Soccer or Liga MX and Major League Soccer also known as MLS. He was capped with the Mexico national football team.

Martin made his debut in the 1992-93 season, on March 13, 1993 for Club Tigres UANL in a match against Deportivo Toluca. In the 1995 season he was moved to the Chivas de Guadalajara where he would win the summer of '97 championship and obtain a sub championship in the winter of '98. Being part of the national elections, Martin helped Mexico obtain 3rd place in the 1997 Copa América. After many seasons with the Chivas de Guadalajara, Martin joined Chivas USA in the MLS to end his career.

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Juan Manuel Lima

Former Spain National Team Beach Soccer Player

Juan Manuel Lima

Juan Manuel Martin Lima also know as Juanma, was born in Marbella (Malaga) where he started playing beach soccer. He became an important player for over 15 years for the Spain National Beach Soccer team serving them as their team captain. He has gone through such clubs as AC Milan Beach Soccer, AS Roma Beach Soccer and FC Barcelona. In this sport, he has been European Beach Soccer Champion with the Spanish National Team in 2008, 2009 and 2014.

He has also been World Runner-up in 2016, and the Spanish Beach Soccer Champion with the Andalusian National Team several times and runner-up of the European Beach Soccer League in 2014.

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Manu Sanchez

Former Malaga CF. Player

Manu Sanchez

Manu Sánchez was born in Fuengirola (Malaga). He was a well-known central midfielder throughout all the Spanish divisions. After growing through the ranks of Real Madrid’s C and B teams, Manu joined Malaga CF where he played professionally in 1st division for 6 years helping Malaga CF qualify for the UEFA Cup quarter-finals by scoring the most important goal of his career against AEK Athens FC.

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Juan Rodriguez

Former Getafe and Dep. Coruna Player

Juan Rodriguez

Juan Rodriguez was born in Málaga, and just like many players such as Manu Sanchez, Christian Marin, Javi Guerra and Emilio Guerra grown through the ranks of Málaga CF. Rodríguez first played with the first team early into 2003 for a total of three seasons.

Juan Rodriguez took a step forward into his career by signing for Deportivo de La Coruña, where he had a huge competition in his position with players as Roberto Acuña, Aldo Duscher and Lionel Scaloni. After five years, 160 appearances and 11 goals; Juan Rodriguez decided to move a little closer from home and signed for Getafe where he played for five years and 107 appearances becoming one of the most effective defensive center midfielder in the history of the Club.

LATEST NEWS

A Soccer Team’s Values

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Soccer versus School: Navigating the Challenges and Excelling at Both

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What Does It Take To Be A Team Captain in Soccer?

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Tips on How to Head a Soccer Ball

There are many advantages to knowing how to properly head a soccer ball. Attackers can score goals, defenders can make clearances and it even comes in handy for goalkeepers in some situations.Heading a ball well is quite different from being hit with a ball...

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