Tryout and match in Germany
Football has become very popular in Japan in recent years. Since the Japanese national team played in the 2006 World Cup and more and more Japanese players are joining the ranks of international professional teams many matches from all over the world are broadcast on TV. This has led to many young Japanese players hoping to gain experience in Germany, one of the leading football nations in the world.
PSG assist these young players in Germany – either short-term or on a long term basis. For players who wish to stay in Germany for a longer period we arrange several trial training sessions with renowned teams over a month.
Our services include on-the-spot attendance, interpreting, assistance with bureaucratic and domestic affairs as well as having an open ear for the players’ needs and wishes.
Our contacts also provide us with possibilities to match up Japanese with German teams playing on an equal level to further communication, understanding and the spirit of fair play.
Training camp in Germany
Soccer homestay in Germany
Tryout and soccer matches in Germany
German soccer tours for Japanese coaches
Inspection of stadium, clubs …
Tickets for World Cup, EURO, Bundesliga
Soccer/Football pic for PSG
Keita has been PSG’s sports consultant since March 2006.
He started playing football at the age of five at Ejiri Soccer Club. He went
on to play for Shimizu Daiichi Junior Highschool, Shimizu-Higashi Highschool and
Shinshu University before coming to Germany. Having played 2 seasons in Germany
(1.FC Saarbrücken, 1.FC Reimsbach) he joined the Czech 2nd division team FC
Bohemians Praha for one season. Since 2006 he has been playing for German Oberliga Südwest club EGC Wirges. In 2008 Keita acquired a German coaching B-license.
Keita's Soccer Blog in Japanese