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BVB Academy America is dedicated to the growth and development  of every BVB soccer player, striving for the total development of the individual and the team. Development, including technical skills, tactical knowledge, physical power and fitness, confidence, leadership and the achievement of goals will be accomplished through perseverance, work ethic, sacrifice, dedication, sportsmanship  and a belief in both themselves and the team.


BVB International Academy Player Pathway

By Nancy Lane 04/16/2020, 8:30am CDT

The Dortmund Difference

By Scott Ward 09/20/2019, 8:45pm CDT

Do You Have What It Takes?

Come and represent the Borussia Dortmund brand right here in Central Texas.  At BVB IA we have an incredible history and outstanding reputation for player development.  As part of the BVB International Academy you will be given the opportunity to be identified and monitored by the Academy Coaches in Germany.    

Contact for an evaluation and to join one of our training sessions.

Meet Our DOC

By Scott Ward 09/20/2019, 8:00pm CDT

Meet our DOC Scott Ward:
Scott hails from Lichfield, England and has spent much of his career developing youth players in Texas and Georgia. Scott coaches our 03 Girls Premier team and oversees the Central Texas division of Borussia Dortmund International Academy America. He believes in the total development of the individual and the team. “At BVB IA we aim to provide a positive coaching environment whereby players can grow technically and be encouraged to express themselves and be creative. Our dedication is towards our players and families to give a pathway for development and create a soccer journey that results in many successes both on and off the field.” BVB IA pride themselves on their attacking style of play much like that of Borussia Dortmund’s Professional Team in Germany. “Our framework is geared directly around the BVB Academy and it is an honor to be able to represent the Dortmund brand and bring their model here to the youth players in Central Texas.”