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“They (Olé Football Academy) are the benchmark for football development in New Zealand. Few, if any, organisation or club can match them for long-term development of players, with recent high-profile graduates including Ryan Thomas, Tyler Boyd (Edge’s Hamilton project) and Tyler Lissette, and more than 30 others currently placed at United States universities.” 

– NZ Stuff (Liam Hyslop)

OLÉ in AUCKLAND | Calling all young, Auckland based footballers! Olé Football Academy are bringing a Training Camp to you this July and we hope to see everyone there!

Supported by South Auckland Elite Football Academy, Wellington based Olé Football Academy are coming to Auckland to host a training camp during the July school holidays. The camp is open to all serious young footballers from around Auckland.

This is an opportunity for players to get a taste of ‘The Olé Way’ and gain exposure to a new type of football development they may not have experienced previously.

The camp will include on field training sessions, classroom sessions, games, team building, and incorporate many of the key holistic elements integral to the development process at Olé Football Academy.

The training camp will be run by Olé Football Academy Technical Director, Ben Sippola and CEO Blake Jones, along with other supporting coaches.

Our coaches are experts at working with the young New Zealand player. We create a safe and encouraging learning environment, while also pushing players to grow and become the best they can be.

WHO: Open to all players (boys and girls) including goalkeepers, born 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008

WHEN: 6, 7 and 8 July, 2020 – Itinerary TBC (8 July will be a half day)

WHERE: McLennan Park, Arimu Road, Papakura

COST: $300.00 (+GST) and includes the cost of an Olé Football Academy training shirt to be worn during the camp

REGISTER: Click here

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Simone Sippola at

“You’ve got to do things the way it’s being done at Olé. NZ Football have now been shown those results, and you can’t deny what is going on at Olé is something special and amazing for the young Kiwi footballer.” 

– Elliot Collier, Striker for MLS franchise Chicago Fire and current New Zealand All White