Global Athlete Project (GAP) was established in 2011 by Eiji Kawashima, a Japanese national team goalkeeper, now playing professionally in the French league.
The purpose of our schools is to provide a fun English learning environment rather than improving soccer or cheer dance skills. We strive for our children to enjoy learning English by playing soccer or cheer dance while they become more global-minded.
GAP started “Soccer x English” school in July 2014 as one of the language support programs to help children learn English through fun activities and soccer training. We currently have 20 soccer schools and 16 cheer dance schools open in Tokyo, Chiba, Saitama, and the Kanagawa areas.