Step 1 :Motivation
It is this love for the game that will drive you to become a professional soccer player. Passion will motivate you through the negative and challenging moments. Professional soccer must be something that you want to do. Don’t do it because it’s expected of you, or because it’s someone else’s dream.
To become a professional soccer player for the money or fame, then stick to playing for fun. You need to have the sort of drive and passion
If you want to be a professional player in today’s market, you have to be fully committed. Every inch of your being needs to be determined to play. If you are hedging your bets, you won’t be as good of a player as you can be.
Step 2 : Train Hard and Smart
Train every day, make time to train, time to play the beautiful game, because at the end of the day you only get one shot. You can improve your dribble skills and reflex by seeing yourself as the only hope on a play ground and making up a player to dribble through your imagination; then make use of your favorite moves in dribbling your imagination.
Training smart is as equally important, if not more important than training hard. In team training, you follow what the coach wants the team to do, but not what you need to train as an individual player. Each player has their own unique set of skills, which is why it’s extremely important to train on your own or with small groups, so you can improve your specific weaknesses and make your strengths, second nature
Step 3 : Don’t Give Up
Coaches saying you’re not good enough, making mistakes and players yelling and screaming at you. This is an everyday occurrence in professional football and you must have a deep belief to get you through all the negativity you’ll encounter. That belief has to come from somewhere. Always remember believe in yourself
Step 4 : Make a Promo video
A promo video of yourself these days in the modern age of high-speed internet and YouTube is essential to getting as much interest as possible. If you have a good video that makes it easy for people to assess your skills, it’s easier to get opportunities with teams. As the agent who discovered Messi, Josep Maria Minguella said: “I only discovered Leo Messi through video” .
Step 5 : Scout , Agent and Club
Clubs might hold trials or talent days. They also tend to rely on the network they have in place to spot the best players and refer outstanding players onward.Involve yourself in all important tryouts. Make the most of these opportunities by meeting as many people as possible, exchanging details, and following up on leads. Ask about how or whether your club encourages talent scouts to visit your club
Scout might appear at any time to check out your team. A scout will watch your entire attitude, not just your ball play. You’ll be watched for character as much as talent ,Show your team spirit by helping your teammates. Show your ambition and competitiveness, but don’t be mean.
You should also show that you can be calm and focused under pressure. Remember to play your best at all times. You never know who’s in the crowd.
Clubs and agents will expect you to move quickly to meet their wants, without caring much about your personal life or the long-term prospects for your career. Be fully prepared for this and continue to focus on your soccer skills.
Before you move, consider: how often you’ll be playing, if you speak the language of where you’ll be moved, if the pay is adequate, if the club is challenging and has a good reputation, and if there is good medical treatment if you would become injured.