The Skills Specific Clinics are a unique way for players to further develop their core skills (goalkeeping, dribbling, passing, & shooting) during school break. The purpose of this very specialized training program is to enable players to receive individual instruction in specific areas of the game which would be difficult to teach quickly in a large team environment. The small group sizes offer players the opportunity to work more closely with their skill coach.
The practice sessions are designed to challenge players technically with the aim of improving specific areas of their game such as their ball control skills (dribbling), striking ability (shooting and finishing), distribution (passing and receiving), shot stopping (goalkeeping) and athleticism before the fall season.
What can player’s expect?
Players can expect high level instructions from our experienced coaches that will accelerate their skill acquisition. All attendees will get more feedback and attention as they will work in small groups rather than in a team environment. Each day will end in small-sided games (scrimmage) so that players can implement what they have learned in a game situation. Players will have fun as well as be challenged to improve!
What are the age groups?
Registration is open to 2015-2008 born players. Upon registering for a particular skills clinic (goalkeeping, dribbling, passing, or shooting), players will be divided based on skill level first (based on the coach’s initial assessment) and age second.
If you signed up for a clinic and need to cancel it due to scheduling conflicts we are happy to accommodate you in another session (if possible) or give you credit for a future clinic (if possible). In order to plan and deliver these clinics, we are unable to give refunds.