Over the years, the Ventura County Fusion has built a reputation for helping talented soccer players earn professional contracts at home and abroad. In November, Fusion will again provide an outstanding opportunity for athletes of all ages to demonstrate their skills before a host of professional scouts and coaches at the Ventura County Fusion’s latest professional combine.
The combine is designed to give players of a high standard a chance for a full and accurate assessment of their chances of progression to the professional ranks. The event includes tactical and technical activities within small and full-sided game situations designed to facilitate a player’s knowledge and ability. This will be the tenth year in which the Fusion has hosted combines of this nature.
Fusion’s Pro Combines have gained interest from coaches around the globe in recent years, with professional coaches and scouts from USA, Canada, England, Mexico, Sweden and Croatia just to name a few attending the events.
Coaches & Scouts attending TBA
’’There have been players out of this combine that go to the MLS and USL and I know that I can find good quality talent here, I’ve got four or five guys from this (November 2016) combine that I am going to contact and see if they have interest in Colorado Springs.’’ Colorado Switchbacks Head Coach Steve Trittschuh
This is the best combine I have been too, it’s my second Fusion combine and I signed a player straight out of the last combine and I am probably going to do the same with this (November 2016) combine and invite several players into pre season camp’’ Former Phoenix Rising & San Jose Earthquakes Head Coach Frank Yallop (Now Fresno FC General Manager)
I’m here because I want to get better as a player and also, I see more coaches out, I see the potential there is from these combines’’ Former Sacramento Republic & Tulsa Roughnecks player Carlos Martinez
See below for the list of players signed to pro contracts from Fusion Combines