Goalkeepers Only From Florida

We’re on the search for a net minder with serious talent!

Goalies (male: 2007-2009) can register & attend a one day training at DME Academy in Daytona for the right to earn a spot on our High School National Team. Over the past two years our program has placed many Division 1 & pro players. We practice hard, we play even harder and our team competes with collegiate programs, professional teams in the States and in the highest level of top tournaments.

We are offering a scholarship to attend DME in 2024/25 for one aspiring goalie that has the skills to lead this team from the back! You will live on campus, attend our school for academics and train daily with the team. Join us August 3rd, to see how you stack up! We will select the top goalies that fit our mold for the right to earn a full-ride scholarship at DME academy Daytona.

Athletes must be a Florida resident.


To Get Noticed & Level Up Your Game

Compete Against The Best In Florida

With a robust training and competition schedule, you will constantly match up against top talent at the club and collegiate/pro ranks. To perform to your highest level you must challenge yourself- our team and schedule does just that! 

Recruiting & Scouting

When you play on and with a team of this level, they eyeballs come to watch. We constantly have collegiate and pro coaches at our games and on our campus. Visibility is key but our relationships at the next level will also get you the attention you deserve! 

Preparation & Acclimation

Transitioning from high school to college is challenging. At DME Academy, you’ll be prepared for that lifestyle. Master your schedule, excel academically and athletically, and develop a drive that the club world can’t match. We prepare you for the next level.


associate director of soccer:



"We develop forward-thinking, dynamic soccer players, who attack with high tempo, are confident in 1v1 situations and are relentless on defense. Through our development model, DME creates student-athletes who are technically strong, mentally tough, and work together seamlessly in a team environment."   

DME ACADEMY Soccer Training Facility


We welcome the best of the best Florida Goalkeepers. Just fill out this form and we will reach out. 

We will be closing applications on August 1st, 2024

There will be a group training session that will take place at 08:00 AM at DME Academy. Directions are found here. 

The Scholarship will cover 1 year at DME Academy which includes academic placement & boarding. 

Our intention is to find the top goalie in Florida to lead our team. That said, talent at this event must match our expectation. We reserve the right to not select a goalie or ask for further evaluations if needed. 

Scholarship is reserved for Florida resident. 

Athlete must represent DME the right way ethically and through their actions on campus if selected and allow for our marketing team to cover their journey throughout the year. 

Academics, athletic training and games, boarding and meal plan on campus. Uniforms are not covered.


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Daytona, Florida (March 11th, 2024) – In collaboration with the International Development Academy, Adrian Biaggi, a standout from the inaugural soccer class at DME Academy, was named captain of Puerto Rico’s U20 men’s soccer team.

Starting his journey at DME Academy in his senior year from Puerto Rico without prior exposure or offers, Adrian quickly made the most of his opportunity in Daytona. His strong leadership and performance earned him the title of captain. His efforts led to standout performances in front of more than 30 college coaches, securing four NCAA Division 1 and several Division 2 scholarship offers.

After joining the Dayton University men’s team, Adrian’s soccer career continued to flourish, eventually earning him a call-up to the national team. It was here, with Puerto Rico’s U20 team, that his leadership and skill truly shone. During the CONCACAF U20 Championship Tournament he scored within the first 5 minutes against St. Kitts and Nevis in his national team debut, setting the tone for a resounding 5-0 victory.

The team’s journey through Group E faced challenges, including tough matches against the Cayman Islands and Haiti, both ending in 1-1 ties. Despite an early exit from the tournament, Adrian’s future is undeniably bright. 

Adrian’s path from DME Academy to becoming the U-20 national team captain exemplifies his hard work, dedication, and the key role that DME and the International Development Academy player in his development. For further details on how DME Academy’s Elite Soccer Program supports athletes like Adrian Biaggi in refining their soccer and leadership skills, click here.