TEAMS & PLAYING HISTORY
• Trained with Real Madrid U10 Boys (“A” team) in Valdebebas (Real Madrid Training Complex), Madrid, Spain. Got offer to stay in Spain
• Real Boise CF, Boise, ID (2002-2005)
• Genesis, Boise, ID (Fall 2005)
• Real Boise CF, Boise, ID (2006-2011)
• Varsity Centennial High School Team as a Freshman, Boise, ID, USA, (Freshman Year, Fall 2010)
• Varsity Centennial High School Team, Boise, ID, USA (Sophomore Year, Fall 2011)
• Danok Bat 96′ age group team (cadetes), Seed Team of Athletic Club de Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain, (January 2012 – June 2012)
• One Week training in Italy, (March 2012)
– Lotto Soccer Talent Showcase, Artemio Franchi Stadium, Florence, Italy
– Trained with ACF Fiorentina “A” 95′ team during the same trip to Italy
• Varsity Centennial High School (Captain), Boise, ID, USA, (Junior Year, Fall 2012)
• 4+ years in the Idaho ODP State Team, USYSA Olympic Development Program (USA) (2008-2012)
• Three weeks training in Italy (January 2013)
– Trained with AC Pisa 1909 U17 team (January 22, – February 1, 2013). Team is coached by former pro player Christian Amoroso.
Amoroso offered a spot to Carmona de Ville. However, due to expected delays on international transfer from italian federation and Allievi Nazionale Italian League ending on April 21, transfer operation is cancelled and Juanjo signs instead for a Danish team. See comments from Christian Amoroso.
• Carmona de Ville moves to Denmark
– Trained with B93 (Boldkluggen 1893) (Danish National 2nd Division, sub 17) in Copenhagen, Denmark on Feb 4th and Feb 5th. After 3 training sessions, Head Coach Kristian Rasmussen refers Carmona de Ville to Top Danish U17 National Division, HB Koge. (See what Coach Rasmussen said of Juanjo.)
– After training 1.5 weeks with HB Koge, on Feb 18, 2013, Carmona de Ville is offered a spot on HB Køge U17. (Top Danish National Division). Offer was accepted. (See coach Carit Falch evaluation of Juanjo)
• Varsity Centennial High School (Captain), Boise, ID, USA, (Senior Year, Fall 2013)
• FC Nova, Boise, ID, USA, (Spring 2014)
• Real Salt Lake, AZ, USA (Spring 2014): Invited to train with the Real Salt Lake U17 and U18 teams at the Real Salt Lake Youth Academy Residence and Headquarters in Casagrande, Arizona. After the first week long invitation in Dec 2013 and the positive results, a second invitation was extended in Feb 2014.
In March 2014, Martin Vasquez, director of soccer operations of the Real Salt Lake Youth Academy, extended an invitation to sign for the program for the 2014-2015 year. Juanjo signs instead for Yavapai College — see below.
CURRENT TEAMS (Collegiate and USL PDL)
• Yavapai College Soccer Team, Arizona (Fall 2014-present) – Seven-Time USA National Champions
• Chicago Fire U19 & U23 (March 2015-present)