registration - under 9

For players 5 to 9 years old.

OJust because the players get older, it doesn't mean the fun has to stop. We continue our sessions with primary attention on individual skills, yet slowly begin to introduce the player to a team format. This is the age where players start to have a sense of "me" and "team". Their confidence and creativity help them evolve from being comfortable with the ball, to mastering the ball, eventually making the ball do what they want it to do.

Characteristics of Coaching this Age Group

Technique: Experiment with rolling balls (away from the body, towards the body, across the body), receiving ground balls with the inside and sole of the foot, shooting with the inside of the foot, dribbling while changing direction.

Fitness: Agility, eye-foot coordination, balance, leaping, catching and throwing.

Psychology: Encourage creativity and trying new things. Working in pairs, sportsmanship, dynamic activities. Developing self-esteem.

Tactics: 1 v 1 attacking. Choose to dribble or pass.

registration

23 registerd / 43 available

Available Training Sessions and Information

Session Time Location Address
Saturday 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Bayview and Elgin Mills TBA
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Bayview and Elgin Mills TBA
Thursday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Bathurst and Major Mackenzie TBA
Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Bayview and Elgin Mills TBA
Tuesday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Bathurst and King TBA
Program Includes Fees
Soccer School

What's Included 

  • 12 Week Soccer School 
  • (Choose) 1, 2 or 3 sessions per week
  • Training kit 
  • Individual and Team Photograph 
  • Medal 

Fees

  • $255 - 1 session per week ($21.2/session)
  • $375 - 2 sessions per week ($15.6/session)
  • $500 - 3 sessions per week ($13.8/session)

Season begins on Monday, September 16!

255.00
Technical Training Program - Saturday 9am

ONLY AVAILABLE ON SATURDAY AT 9AM!

Goals of the Technical Training Program: 

To help players become more comfortable with the ball and understand the significance and need to improve their individual skill in order to become stronger players. 

Emphasis on:

  • Ball Mastery. The ability to manipulate the ball using all surfaces of both feet with comfort, confidence and creativity 
  • Dribbling with all parts of the foot, changing direction, stopping and turning
  • Passing/Shooting with both feet, using different parts of the foot
  • Receiving balls on the ground and in the air with different parts of the body

 

Season begins on Monday, September 16!

225.00