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Pathway to Women's Soccer Professional

State of the art facilities, plentiful scholarships and growing media coverage mean the women's collegiate game is thriving. With more scholarships available in women's soccer than men's, the US college route is a perfect platform for talented players to maximise their potential. And for those playing at an elite level, our partnership with soccer agency RE|MGMT offers a pathway into the professional game.

All of our SSP women’s ambassadors played US college soccer before moving into the professional ranks. These include three #1 overall draft picks, three MAC Hermann awards, current England, USA and Peruvian Internationals, a NPWL Golden Boot winner, an FA Cup finalist and World Cup & Olympic Winners.

If you play at a competitive level and would like to find out more about playing and studying in the US, complete our free assessment today and we'll get back to you within 48hrs.

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Rose Lavelle, USA Womens Soccer International playing college soccer at University of Wisconsin

International students – If you live outside the UK, that’s fine, simply complete the Free Assessment and we’ll get back to you.

Transfer Student Service (if already at US College) - If you’re already at a 2 year college and looking to move on to a 4 year college, or you want to transfer between 4 year colleges, we can help find the best combination of college and scholarship package for your needs.

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Our Women Ambassadors

SSP Ambassador Lucy Whipp, currently playing in the WSL with Birmingham CitySSP Ambassador Shea Connors, playing for Brisbane RoarSSP Ambassador Rachel Daly celebrating after scoring for Houston DashSSP Ambassador Claudia CagninaSSP Ambassador Andi Sullivan, MAC Hermann Trophy winner from Stanford University

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