Indoor Development Camps:
10-week Fall and 10-week Winter Camps
Learn to Play – “Little Kickers”
(players born in 2007 and 2008)
The objective of this Program is to provide 4 & 5 year old players and their parents with a “pressure free” introduction to the beautiful and simple 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 participant’s agility & co‐ordination, motor skills and more importantly team participation. Click here for more details.
FUNdevelopment - “Fun with the Ball”
(players born in 2005 and 2006)
This program focuses on teaching the fundamental aspects of sporting participation, encouraging each of our young players to master the basic techniques of soccer alongside the development of physical and movement literacy. In introducing children to the basic technical dimensions of the game, our program is designed to allow participants to explore with the ball, to engage with the core skills of dribbling, passing, and shooting in a competition free environment. Click here for more details.
Total Soccer – “Golden Age of Learning”
(players born in 2003 and 2004)
At this stage, our program strives to guide the technical development of young players as they acquire a greater level of understanding of soccer and familiarity with the ball. In nurturing the child’s initial engagement with the game, our coaches deliver a program which emphasises consistent child attachment to the ball, incorporating a high level of technique refinement as opposed to tactical or team play. The inclusion of structured small-sided games (4v4 up to 7v7) allows our young players to begin the process of transferring skills into game scenarios. Click here for more details.
Athlete Development – “Building the Player for Life”
(players born in 2000, 2001 and 2002)
As young players reach a level of technical competence and maturity, our program now seeks to combine technical and tactical instruction so as to maximise the translation of individual abilities and skills into game scenarios. While the curriculum at this stage remains premised on facilitating the overall mastery of core skills such as passing, dribbling, and shooting, it is complemented with a greater focus on defensive and attacking principles, game and positional awareness, as well as emphasizing the importance of combination and support play. Click here for more details.
Players born in 1997-1999: program to be announced later pending facility permits.