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Soccer Combines: What Are They and Are They Worth It?

men's soccer players at a combine

Soccer combines let college coaches evaluate the skills of potential recruits. Instead of presenting a regular match, combines pit players against each other in a series of physical and technical tests. Get answers to some common questions about soccer combines or use our tool below to find soccer combines near you.  

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Top questions about soccer combines  

Are soccer combines worth it? 

Soccer combines are designed to test an athlete’s speed, strength and abilities. While these events can be expensive, knowing where you rank in these categories can help college coaches assess your physicality and growth potential. They can also help increase visibility to your NCSA recruiting profile. 

What can you expect at a soccer combine? 

Combines are one to two day recruiting events that allow players to train, compete and have their skills tested in front of attending college coaches. Parents are also encouraged to attend soccer combines to attend informational sessions about the recruiting process and financial aid.  

What is measured at soccer combines?  

At a soccer combine, you’ll perform a series of tests that will gather your physical measurements and metrics like height, weight, speed, explosiveness and agility. The tests will also test your mental toughness allowing coaches to evaluate your potential as a college athlete.

what is measured at soccer combines


Combines offer you the opportunity to collect verified measurements while college coaches are present. Always remember to upload your new stats to your NCSA Recruiting Profile after participating in a combine. Don’t have one? 

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Learn more about the different types of soccer events:

Soccer camps 
Soccer tournaments