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The Right to Dream Academy, International experience is all about developing well-rounded players who are not only exceptional on the pitch but also have what it takes to reach their potential in life.


Our players benefit from exposure to professional football through participating in various international tournaments, including Gothia Cup – the world’s largest youth football tournament. Winning the Gothia Cup is a significant achievement, and our Academy lifted the trophy for the sixth time in 2022.

The Right to Dream Academy, International, is an innovative program that brings together talented student-athletes from our academies in the different markets, starting at the age of 16.


It represents the foundation of our football pathway, offering a two-year development elite training program for our student-athletes looking to launch their professional football careers.  




After two years of intensive training and valuable exposure, our academy graduates are ready to take on the professional football world with confidence and determination.


They get to continue their development journey, gain valuable game time, and prepare for new challenges by joining FC Nordsjælland, part of the Right to Dream community. It provides a platform for our graduates to showcase their skills and talents, offering opportunities to compete against top-level players, and gain exposure, while creating new pathways for themselves to reach their full potential.

The Right to Dream Academy, International, has seen many of its alumni go on to play for top clubs around the world and represent their national teams at various levels including Mohammed Kudus and Kamaldeen Sulemana.

Our International Academy programme offers a unique development opportunity to our elite footballers seeking a professional football pathway.  Combining elite football experiences, continued education with the people and person at the centre of the core development is our key. We'll provide the right tools to equip the boys to take the next step in their life into professional football lives.

Gareth Henderby,

Head of Right to Dream Academy, International

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