U3 to U13 2017 / 2018 Fall Winter Spring Training

This program is designed for players between the ages of 3-13.

U3/U4 (YOB 2014-2015) Monday's 6:00pm-6:45pm at St. Francis Catholic School

U5/U6 (YOB 2012/2013) Monday's 6:00pm-7:00pm at St. Francis Catholic School

U7/U8 (YOB 2010/2011) Monday's 6:00pm-7:00pm at St. Francis Catholic School

U9/U10 (YOB 2008-2009) Thursday's 6:00pm--7:00pm at St. David School

U11-U13 (YOB 2005-2007) Wednesday's 7:00pm--8:00pm at Churchill Public School

Active Start

U3/U4 ( YOB 2014-2015 )

Monday's 6:00pm-6:45pm at St. Francis Catholic School

Characteristics – Players at this age have a very short attention span, they are very easily distracted. They all want to play with their ball, the toy. They do not want to share “their toy”. There is very little ability for team play yet.

Structure – Every player will have a ball. Players will arrive with adults and under the instruction of the head coach will warm up together as one big group. Parent/grandparent/older sibling will be allowed to assist with the warm up and all activities.

After the warm up players will be separated into groups (ratio of 6-8 players per group per coach) Players will go through some physical Literacy exercises such as running/hopping/skipping/tumbling etc

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FUNdamentals

U5/U6 ( YOB 2012-2013 )

Monday's 6:00pm-6:45pm at St. Francis Catholic School

Characteristics – Able to understand very basic coaching info like stay in the area, attack in that direction etc. Biggest challenge is controlling and moving the ball with their feet.

Structure - Every player will have a ball. Players will arrive with adults and under the instruction of the head coach and other staff coaches will warm up together as one big group. Parent/grandparent/older sibling will be present but not on the field with players unless the player needs it.

After the warm up players will be separated into groups (ratio of 8-10 players per group per coach) Players will go through some physical Literacy exercises such as running/hopping/skipping/tumbling etc. Players will then be put into teams and play 3vs3 with no keepers.

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U7/U8 ( YOB 2010-2011 )

Monday's 6:00pm-7:00pm at St. Francis Catholic School

Characteristics – Players now understand that the games purpose is to score more goals than their opponents. Players understand that acting with the ball purposefully will lead to success is developing. Combining basic motor skills with ball control is now encouraged.

Structure - Every player will have a ball. Players will arrive with adults and under the instruction of the head coach and other staff coaches will warm up together as one big group. Parent/grandparent/older sibling will be present but not on the field with players.

After the warm up players will be separated into groups (ratio of 8-10 players per group per coach) Players will go through some physical Literacy exercises such as running/hopping/skipping/tumbling etc. Players will then be put into teams and play 5vs5 with keepers.

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Learn to Train

U9/U10 ( YOB 2008-2009 )

Thursday's 6:00pm--7:00pm at St. David School

Characteristics - Now understands the meaning of team play, direction and team play is developing. Perfect age to work on soccer specific techniques and skills. Understanding of playing without the ball (running off the ball) develops.

Structure - Every player will have a ball. Players will arrive with adults and under the instruction of the head coach and other staff coaches will warm up together as one big group. Adult will be present but not on the field with players.

After the warm up players will be separated into groups (ratio of 10-12 players per group per coach) Players will go through some physical Literacy exercises such as running/hopping/skipping/tumbling etc. Players will then be put into teams and play 7vs7 with keepers.

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U11-U13 ( YOB 2005-2007 )

Wednesday's 7:00pm--8:00pm at Churchill Public School

Characteristics - Now understands the meaning of team play, direction and team play is developing. Perfect age to work on soccer specific techniques and skills. Understanding of playing without the ball (running off the ball) develops.

Structure - Every player will have a ball. Players will arrive with adults and under the instruction of the head coach and other staff coaches will warm up together as one big group. Adult will be present but not on the field with players.

After the warm up players will be separated into groups (ratio of 10-12 players per group per coach) Players will go through some physical Literacy exercises such as running/hopping/skipping/tumbling etc. Players will then be put into teams and play 7vs7 with keepers.

Register Here