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World Cup: France Beats Croatia!

France vs Croatia

In a stunning World Cup Final, France beat Croatia 4-2, giving them a victory they have been fighting for since 2006.

Generally, France has dominated the other teams during their World Cup games, but this game was different. Croatia came out swinging and maintained control over France for the first half of the game.

However, France regained their lost footing and took back control of the field during the second half.

France’s Incredible Win

This win has given France the morale boost they’ve really needed since their defeat in 2006 and has given us some new football stars to keep an eye on. For example, 19-year-old forward Kylian Mbappé put on an amazing performance, tying as the second-highest goalscorer in the tournament and ultimately receiving the Best Young Player Award.

Kylian Mbappe
Kylian Mbappe
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Mbappé became the youngest French player to score at a World Cup and is the second teenager ever to score in a World Cup Final, an honor he shares with the famous Brazilian footballer Pelé.

Even the torrential rain in Russia couldn’t put a damper on the young French team’s enthusiasm as they celebrated their victory.

This win isn’t only important to France, but also to many ambitious young players who have the skills in their sport that could make them truly great. France’s win will inspire a new generation of players that could one day come to greatness.


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The World Cup: England & Spain!

The World Cup in Russia is an event you need to see to believe! All teams are playing with their eyes on the prize, but we are focused on two particular teams: England and Spain. Both teams are playing spectacularly, but they take drastically different approaches to the game.

What’s Happening with the Teams

Diego Costa, Spain team
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England has been playing aggressively with a hit-hard, hit-fast, and score mentality. We’ll have to see if this works out in the long run. And Spain plays their typical patient, technical possession game.

These teams are both great, but one thing sets them apart: committed and professional training. Each team is trained by the best. At EduKick we offer academies for each style of play…Spanish and English. Which style of football best suits you?

Harry Kane, England team
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About EduKick

At EduKick Manchester and EduKick Spain we pride ourselves in the training of certified champions. Davide Somma, who went on to play for Leeds United FC, trained at EduKick Madrid, and Eric Behrens, a German goalkeeper who was offered a professional contract with Derby County FC, is an alumnus of EduKick Manchester.

These are just two examples of our repeated successes with our students, which all comes from our one-of-a-kind approach in our football training venues in Madrid and Manchester.

The “Edu” in EduKick stands for education, which is the key ingredient in a future playing professional football.

Our schools are some of the greatest football schools around and will help nurture any student’s dream of playing pro or succeeding in the game of life.


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