This was the only soccer college established in the year when the FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan was held. As a player development school for the J1 League and ALBIREX NIIGATA, the college offers a near professional environment where students develop their skills. There is also a course for instructors, which is led by instructors certified by the Japan Football Association. The college develops human resources who learn Japanese soccer and aim to become global players or instructors.
The college has produced 35 professional soccer players and many workers in the football industry.
Our dedicated staff provide personal guidance to each student.
Professional soccer teams in Japan, such as ALBIREX NIIGATA and KAWASAKI FRONTALE
Under the coaches certified by the Japan Football Association, students aim to become professional soccer players in three years.
Students belong to a high-level league, the Japan Women's Football League 2, and receive training to become professional soccer players.
Students learn in classes in line with the coach development program of the Japan Football Association to become soccer coaches or referees.
Students acquire soccer trainer skills through practical training of over 1000 hours per year.
Students aim to become professional soccer equipment managers, a familiar job in Europe and South America, the home of soccer.
This is a course to develop human resources who manage soccer as a business, such as the front office staff of J. League teams.