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What We Offer?

One on One Sessions

Players can expect to work on/improve the following: 

  • First touch/Finishing
  • General technique
  • Soccer IQ
  • Awareness 
  • Passing/Shooting
  • Reaction 
  • Dribbling/1v1
  • Speed/Agility
  • Attacking/Defending
  • Goal Keeping 
  • Creativity/New Skills
  • Weak foot/Coordination

One on One sessions are highly beneficial to a player’s effort in enhancing their skills. The player to coach ratio allows for individual attention and personal evaluation.

This session type is perfect for:

  • Focus on individual needs: Even though soccer is a team sport, individuals can be overlooked during group sessions. This is where 1on1 training plays a significant role, as the training is tailored to focus on the individual player.
  • Learning new skills/techniques: As group training is focused on the team, the chances of learning and developing new skills and techniques are limited. Working 1on1 with a coach gives the player the opportunity master skills that can be otherwise be tough to do in a group session.
  • Players who are new to the game: Training 1on1 with a coach will allow the player to learn the basic skills and ease them into the game of soccer.
  • Players who want to improve their skill set to play at elite level.
  • Players who are returning from an injury: 1on1 training can help these players ease back into the game.

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Players can expect to work on/improve the following: 

  • First touch/Finishing
  • General technique
  • Soccer IQ
  • Awareness 
  • Passing/Shooting
  • Dribbling/1v1
  • Speed/Agility
  • Attacking/Defending
  • Creativity/New Skills
  • Weak foot/Coordination
Don’t feel comfortable training by yourself or with a large group? We encourage players to bring their friends or teammates (2-8 players). This is great for competition as players would challenge each other in every exercise. 

Team Training

Small group training sessions will consist of (4-8) players. While 1on1 training is a great way to define your skills, small group training also allows for focus on individual skill/technique while providing some competition. This additional pressure, for example, defenders, helps prepare you for game-like situations. Group sessions will be designed to address the group’s specific needs and goals.

Players can expect to work on/improve the following:

  • Principles of play in attacking and defending
  • Small sided games
  • Passing Patterns
  • Defensive shape/ Creating more scoring chances
  • Technical sessions which involves first touch, ball manipulation, creativity, 1v1 skills, passing, shooting, dribbling and finishing
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