Recreational Program Overview

This Fall our Recreational season is going to be focused on developing individual skills with smaller groups to each qualified coach.

Practice will be twice a week for ages 4-12 (birth years 2008-2016 *players must be 4 prior to the season starting) 

We will place emphasis on coordination, agility and skills while trying to spark interest into soccer for players of all skill levels.

 

Starting September 21st and running through November for ten weeks

Cost: $225 

Players will be grouped in a 9 players to 1 Coach ratio at the older age groups and 6 players to 1 coach for the younger age group.

All players will receive a t-shirt

Spots will be very limited and on a first come first serve basis.  

 

Development Program:

Practice begins on Monday, September 21 for players born in 2013-2016. *Players born in 2016 must be 4*  

Players born in 2015 through 2016 will practice from 5:00 to 6:00PM

Players born in 2013-2014 will practice from 6:30 to 7:30PM

T-shirts will be available the first week of practice.  A calendar of events will also be posted online during the first week of practice.

Transition Program:

Practice begins on Tuesday, September 22nd for players born in 2008-2012.

Players born in 2011 through 2012 will practice from 5:00 to 6:00PM

Players born in 2008-2010 will practice from 6:30 to 7:30PM

T-shirts will be available the first week of practice.  A calendar of events will also be posted online during the first week of practice.

Must wear:     Mask from Car to field, Soccer shoes, shin guards, comfortable athletic wear

Must bring:      Soccer Ball (corrrect size), water or sports drink

Goals:

Physical:

Technical:

Social:

Emotional:

Cognitive:

• Self-control

• Dribbling

• Relationship building

• Involves interactions

• Discipline

• Running

• Shooting

• Social roles

• Imitation

• Structure

• Balance

• Ball control

• Teamwork

• Expression

• Routines

• Surroundings

• Turning

• Self-control

• Experiences

• Imagination and learning skills

• Coordination

• Running with the ball

*Love of soccer

• Self- recognition

• Confidence

• Passing and receiving

• Self-pride

• Independence and empathy

Parents/guardians are responsible for making sure children have shin guards and a soccer ball, as well as water/electrolyte type drink. Please do not bring soda or milk shakes for children’s hydration breaks.

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