UCAM Murcia Club de Fútbol - Experience Program

  Course Details
Language English
Duration 4 weeks

Individual: 2.350€

Group (15+): 1.950€

Teaching Hours 80
Campus UCAM (Murcia) and UCAM football facilities
Dates June, July, September

Course Fee Includes:

  • Spanish classes & trainings (4 hour Spanish classes)
  • Football field & Installations use
  • Referees for football matches
  • Physician and Physiotherapist consultations
  • Tours & transportation
  • Full board & lodging
  • Welcome pack
  • Insurance
  • Full sportswear package
  • Accommodation (food and laundry included - student residence)

Course Objectives:

Provide quality football training at the service of our players.

Become a national references with an identity associated with excellence as a form of continuous improvement.

Development and improvement of the individual and collective technical skills.

Expand their knowledge of the game and adapt it to the tactical aspects that it requires.

Train the players in the values represented by UCAM CF and our university.

To contribute in the football education, both inside and outside the field, enhancing the spirit of sportsmanship that promotes this institution.


Coming soon

UCAM CF History

The club was formed in 1999 with the aim of achieving good results in the Spanish University Championships as well as with the hope of propagating the values of the university through sports.

Season 2008/09: promotion to Third Division.

2010/11 season: champion of group XIII of Third Division, like Costa Cálida CF. In 2011, the UCAM CF joined forces with Costa Cálida CF.  Thus, the Catholic University of Murcia officially presented the UCAM Murcia CF team, born from the union of both teams.

Season 2013/14: champion of group XIII of Third Division and promotion to 2nd Division B against Real Betis B.

Season 2014/15: playoff of promotion to 2nd.  Eliminated by Bilbao Athletic.

In the 2015/16 season the team coached by José María Salmerón, is promoted to Second Dívison A  (LaLiga 123) after a spectacular season.

In the 2016/17 season, UCAM Murcia lost in the final game to Nástic de Tarragona 1-0, which caused the return to Segunda B.