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U9-10 Boys and Girls 

  • 7v7 with a player range of 12-14 per team

  • Fall Season (August-October)/Spring Season (Late Feb-May)

    • 10-12 Games and 2 practices a week

      • 2-3 local tournaments  and 1-2 Friendlies (usually within around an hour away)

  • Primary Focus

    • Increase the love for the game of soccer

    • Player Development

      • Increase Technical Ability

      • Taking on and defending players 1v1

    • Small sided games 2v2, 3v3, 4v4

    • Learn the various positions on the field

U11-12 Boys and Girls 

  • 9v9 with a player range of 15-18 per team

  • Fall Season (August-October)

  • Spring Season (Late Feb-May)

    • 10-12 Games per season and 2 practices a week

      • 2-3 local tournaments and 1-2 Friendlies (No more than 1.5 hours away)

  • Primary Focus

    • Develop a passion for soccer

    • Player Development

    • Small sided games 2v2, 3v3, 4v4

    • Initiate specific positions on the field

    • Initiate tactical awareness

    • Embrace creativity and exploration

    • Learn roles of various positions on the field​​

U13-14 Boys and Girls 

  • 11v11 with a player range of 16-18 per team

  • Spring only due to High School in the Fall

  • Spring Season (Late Feb-May)

    • 10-15 Games and 2 practices a week

      • 2-3 local tournaments and 2-3 Friendlies

      • May eventually do one, but no more than one overnight tournament

  • Primary Focus

    • Continue Player Development

    • More competitive

    • Solving problems on their own during the game

    • Tactical awareness/Decision making

    • Using both feet effectively​​

U15-U19 Boys and Girls 

  • 11v11 with a player range of 18-20 per team

  • Winter/Spring Only (After high school season)

  • Spring Season (Late Feb-May)

    • 12-15 Games and 2 practices a week

      • 2-3 local tournaments  and 2-4 Friendlies

      • Attend at least one College Showcase

  • Primary Focus

    • ​Player development
    • Increase learning of the game
    • Increase speed of play

    • Increase tactical awareness

    • Getting players identified and ready for the next level
      • More competitive (development from years past should have them ready to play at high levels)