YEAR OF BIRTH
SEASON (10 WEEKS)
TRAINING SESSION PER WEEK
LENGTH OF SESSIONS
|2018 AND 2019||FALL (OCT - DEC)||1||30 - 40 MIN||COED||$100|
|WINTER (JAN - MAR)||1||30-40 MIN||COED||$100|
|SPRING (APR - JUN)||1||30 - 40 MIN||COED||$60-$100|
|SUMMER (JUL.- AUG)||1||30 - 40 MIN||COED||$60-$100|
FALL/WINTER REGISTRATION OPTIONS
Saturday Morning (October - December) - $100 - Max 20
Sunday Afternoon (January - March) - $100 - Max 20
FULL SEASON - FALL/WINTER - 20 Sessions - $170
Registration Fees Include but Are Not Limited to The Following:
** Families that register for both blocks will receive a discount**
IMPORTANT NOTE: Teams will be formed based on number of coaches registered. If you register late there is no guarantee that there will be a place for your child on a team. Last day to register is September 12th, 2021, or until program is full. Starting September 12th, 2021, or when program is full individuals will be put on a waitlist.
LITTLE KICKS FALL/WINTER Program: Little Kicks Program will run on Saturday mornings. The Little Kicks program will hold weekly practices, 40 minutes in duration and consisting of general movement, soccer skills and fun games. The program goal is to provide to our youngest players and their parents with a “pressure free” introduction to the beautiful game of soccer. At this age, players should be exposed to soccer by playing simple, fun activities and games. The program is designed to provide young players with a combination of technical instruction and small-sided games (age appropriate) in a fun environment. The focus is on the development of player’s agility & co-ordination, motor skills and team participation. We hope that Little Kicks will help build a solid platform for a life long love for fitness and team sports… but selfishly, we hope it's soccer!
?The program follows our preferred training model of station training. This program focuses on teaching the fundamental aspects of:
Building on the fundamental techniques, our program is designed to;
1) closed toes shoes, cleats or turf cleat
2) water bottle
Note - This information is reviewed seasonally and subject to change.