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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.

Small GROUP TRAINING

Our most popular choice because it allows kids to apply what they are learning immediately in our training sessions.
For example 1 v 1 skill moves, we would teach you the skill moves and then put you in situations where you are forced to do those same skill moves, which helps you develop courage & confidence to try it. The small group training also allows social interaction with your group mates and bring out competitive nature in each other. 

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

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