Orlando City Soccer player Kaká is now enrolled at Full Sail



Captain of the Orlando City Soccer Club Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite, better known as Kaká, is going to school.
  • Photo via Kakà's Instagram

According to SB Nation, after his "grande experiéncia" at Full Sail University, Kaká has confirmed his enrollment for a degree in Sports Marketing and Media (about $62,000 in tuition after all is said and done). The 33-year-old player plans to graduate in two and a half years.

Bad news for all of you Kaká fans: Since Full Sail's Sports Marketing and Media degree is an online program, there's little to no chance you will see the FIFA World Player of the Year walking around campus. 

Last month, Full Sail welcomed Orlando City Soccer Club founder and president Phil Rawlins onto campus. Rawlins spoke to the students about his life and the decisions he made with the OCSC. You can check out the discussion below.  

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