SOCCER SCHOLARSHIPS

Getting a soccer scholarship is an incredible opportunity for a student-athlete to finance their education while continuing to compete at an elite level.

Men's Soccer Scholarships

Soccer scholarships are available for men’s soccer at the NCAA Division I and Division II levels, as well as at NAIA institutions and Junior colleges. Getting a men’s soccer scholarship is an incredible opportunity for a student-athlete to finance their education while continuing to compete at an elite level. Scholarships are given to athletes who have demonstrated that they have the potential to compete at the highest level. They can cover part—or all—of a student-athlete’s tuition.

Most scholarships are one-year agreements that must be renewed each year. For most NCAA schools, a scholarship offer does not become official until a student-athlete signs the National Letter of Intent (NLI). Of course, student-athletes must first go through the recruiting process in order to secure a roster spot and get an athletic scholarship.

NCAA DI – Colleges/universities: 327, 9.9 scholarships for men per team, average roster size: 29

NCAA DII – Colleges/universities: 253, 9.0 scholarships for men per team, average roster size: 31

NCAA DIII– Colleges/universities: 415, they do not award sports scholarships only academic ones, average roster size: 29

NAIA – Colleges/universities: 207, 12.0 scholarships for men per team, average roster size: 30

NJCAA – Colleges: 217, 18.0 scholarships for men per team, average roster size: 19

Women's Soccer Scholarships

Soccer scholarships are available for women’s soccer at the NCAA Division I and Division II levels, as well as at NAIA institutions and Junior colleges. Getting a women’s soccer scholarship is an incredible opportunity for a student-athlete to finance their education while continuing to compete at an elite level.

Scholarships are given to athletes who have demonstrated that they have the potential to compete at the highest level. They can cover part—or all—of a student-athlete’s tuition.

Most scholarships are one-year agreements that must be renewed each year. For most NCAA schools, a scholarship offer does not become official until a student-athlete signs the National Letter of Intent (NLI). Of course, student-athletes must first go through the recruiting process in order to secure a roster spot and get an athletic scholarship

NCAA DI – Colleges/universities: 327, 14.0 scholarships for women per team, average roster size: 25

NCAA DII – Colleges/universities: 253, 9.9 scholarships for women per team, average roster size: 30

NCAA DIII– Colleges/universities: 415, they do not award sports scholarships only academic ones, average roster size: 26

NAIA – Colleges/universities: 207, 12.0 scholarships for women per team, average roster size: 27

NJCAA – Colleges: 217, 18.0 scholarships for women per team, average roster size: 20

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