U5 - U7 - U9 Summer Soccer Program


 U5 Summer Program (Players born 2016 & 2017)

Development Emphasis: Physical literacy, ball control and game understanding.

Genders: Co-ed.

Season Length: 10 weeks (1st two weeks are assessment + 8 week regular program) from June to August.

Day: Tuesday's June 8 - August 10 Terry Fox Sport Complex - Turf Field 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM or 6:30 pm - 7:15 pm.

Leadership: The Club provides curriculum/session plans. Paid Grassroots Lead Coaches (the Club’s summer students) oversee the sessions, paid teenage coaches run the stations and parent volunteer helpers manage each grouping of players. All coaches and parent volunteers are certified and have received appropriate training in coaching and managing children.

Overview: The first two weeks of the program are player assessments. The goal is to create four groups of players based on putting like with like. These are groups and not teams. They are based on putting players of similar ability and focus together. After assessments, the remaining eight weeks of the program run with a pre-planned practice for each session provided by the Club with activities/exercises that fit the 4-station format. Each group goes through the four stations and has the benefit of working with and learning from all of the coaches. What group a player gets assigned to could change week to week.

Provided: Jersey and ball.

Requirements: Shinpads covered by soccer socks or long socks. Cleats are recommended but not required. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $100



U7 Summer Program (Players born 2014 & 2015)

Development Emphasis: Physical literacy, ball control and game understanding.

Genders: Separate female and male sessions.

Season Length: 11 weeks (1st two weeks are assessment + 8 week regular program) from June to August. Terry Fox turf field.

Day: Monday(both) and Thursday (female) or Friday(male) June 7 - August 19 Terry Fox Sport Complex - Turf Field 5:45 PM - 6:45 PM

Leadership: The Club provides curriculum/session plans. Paid teenage coaches and volunteer parent helper led. Grassroots Lead Coach (the Club’s summer students) provide support and coach the coaches. All coaches and parent volunteers are certified and have received appropriate training in coaching and managing children.

Overview: The first two weeks of the program would be player assessments. The goal would be to create four mixed ability teams of 8-10 players that are as even as possible. After assessments, the remaining eight weeks of the program run with a pre-planned practice for each session provided by the Club with activities/exercises that fit the 4-station format. Each team goes through the four stations and has the benefit of working with and learning from all of the coaches. What group a player gets assigned to could change week to week. Each week after the stations are complete, each team is matched up in a 3-on-3 game against another team. No scores or standings are kept.

Provided: Jersey and ball.

Requirements: Shinpads covered by soccer socks or long socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $140



U9 Summer Program (Players born 2012 & 2013)

Development Emphasis: Ball control, game understanding and physical literacy.

Genders: Separate female and male sessions.

Season Length: 10 weeks (1st two weeks are assessment + 8 week regular program) from June to August.

Day:  Monday(female & male) and Thursday (female) or Friday(male) June 7 - August 20 Terry Fox Sport Complex - Turf Field 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Leadership: The Club provides curriculum/session plans. Paid teenage coaches and volunteer parent helper led. Grassroots Lead Coach (the Club’s summer students) provide support and coach the coaches. All coaches and parent volunteers are certified and have received appropriate training in coaching and managing children.

Overview: The first two weeks of the program would be player assessments. The goal would be to create four mixed ability teams of 8-10 players that are as even as possible. After assessments, the remaining eight weeks of the program run with a pre-planned practice for each session provided by the Club with activities/exercises that fit the 4-station format. Each team goes through the four stations and has the benefit of working with and learning from all of the coaches. What group a player gets assigned to could change week to week. Each week after the stations are complete, each team is matched up in a 5-on-5 game against another team. No scores or standings are kept.

Provided: Jersey and ball.

Requirements: Shinpads covered by soccer socks or long socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $140



U9 Stretch Soccer Program (Players born 2012 & 2013)

 

To participate in this program players must first be registered for the U9 Summer Soccer program.

 

Development Emphasis: Game understanding, ball control and athleticism while challenging players to push their comfort zones.

Genders: Separate female and male sessions.

Season Length: 15 weeks (May 19 to August 25). One training session per week in May, June and late August. One game per week against a U9 team from another Island soccer club in July and early August.

Day: Wednesdays. Training sessions - Girls 5:00 to 6:00 pm; Boys 6:00 to 7:00 pm. Location to be announced. For days that are games, the dates, times and locations are to be announced.

Leadership: The Club provides curriculum/session plans. Training sessions are run by the Club’s Technical Director and games are led by the Grassroots Lead Coaches (the Club’s summer students). All coaches are certified and have received appropriate training in coaching and managing children.

Overview: The first two sessions in mid May are open house sessions. This is an opportunity for any U9 player and their parents to experience the Stretch Soccer environment. After that, up to 16 players per gender can be taken in the program. Players who have registered but feel it is not the right fit or that we feel are not ready to be stretched yet will be refunded their fee. The next few sessions through June are training sessions where all players will learn basic aspects of attacking, defending and goalkeeping. Games against other clubs begin in July and run through to mid-August. Some games will be in Cornwall while others will involve travel to other Island clubs. The program ends with a few more training sessions at the end of August and wraps up with participation in a tournament or exhibition games against U11 White Division teams (White is the lower ability tier of U11).

Provided: Game jersey.

Requirements: Players must be able to attend 75% of scheduled training sessions and games. Purchase and wear program training jersey. Purchase and wear black shorts and black socks. Shinpads covered by soccer socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $60



Junior Goalkeeper Program (Players born)

Development Emphasis: Footwork, positioning, catching and basic diving.

Genders: Co-ed.

Season Length: 8 weeks (June 13, 27, July 4, 11, 18, 25, August 1 and 8). 1 session per week. 60 minutes.

Day: Sundays 2:00PM - 3:00PM.

Leadership: The Club provides curriculum/session plans. Training sessions are run by a certified goalkeeping coach.

Overview: Junior keepers will be introduced to the basics of goalkeeping in order to help grow their confidence and bravery needed to guard the goal.

Requirements: Purchase and wear program training jersey. Goalkeeper gloves. Shinpads covered by soccer socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $60

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