August 1, 2020 Update

Hi all,

There is an update to our Summer/Fall program due to a change of venue, which will be a great thing for our future classes.  Our outdoor training will now be at Bishop Kearney HIgh School.  Wagner Soccer will be starting classes on Sunday, August 9th and all programs will now be starting at 3pm.  Due to the continued restrictions in place, our program will be following guidelines from New York State and Monroe County Health Officials.  

We will be doing our best to keep players, spectators and staff safe.  This will include the following steps:

  • Masks will be worn by all staff, players and spectators before, and after the training sessions.

  • Participants can train without a mask.

  • Spectators will be socially distancing by families.  2 spectators per family.

  • All participants will bring their own soccer ball (name on ball).  If you need a soccer ball, you can purchase one from Wagner Soccer.

  • Sanitizer will be available for use by all.

We are excited to be back and it will be great to see everyone.  We plan on training outdoors at least until after Labor Day.  As always, if you have any questions, please contact us.

For more information about 2019-2020 credits to be applied toward future programs, please go to our ACADEMY page.

Bob Wagner

Wagner Soccer

Wagner Soccer has spent 6 years in Brazil developing friendships and partnerships that are culturally significant for those in the U.S. as well as those living in Brazil. Our Tangará project was started as part of the Wagner Soccer Intercambio (Exchange) program. The program started out as a way for American children to understand what soccer is to those around the world. It ended up being a culturally significant event in the Northeast of Brazil.

Through the joint work of Miguel Delima (Delima Soccer Enterprises), ABC Futebol Clube (Natal), SEI of Tangará, Master Zezinho (Capoeira Celeiros de Bambas), and the Federal University of the State of Rio Grande do Norte, Wagner Soccer developed a platform by which children in the United States and Brazil could learn what it was like to participate in activities together. What was most significant was the Girls Soccer Initiative that Bob Wagner and his family commenced in 2012 and came to fruition in 2014. 

If you are interested in getting more information in regards to our cultural and educational projects in Natal, Brazil, please contact us.

  • Soccer Exchanges

  • Capoeira Exchanges

  • 10 - 14 day tours

  • 4 - 6 week immersive tours

  • 6 ;months immersion programs

  • Fully customizeable experiences

 
 

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