We are always looking for players with a desire to
develop better soccer skills. We strive to bring players into our
program at an early age. In this way we feel we can best help the
player with early technical development. At the early age, our emphasis
is on technical skill development.
To find more information about our training and try-outs,
THE PLAYER'S EDUCATION:
- The player receives a minimal of fifteen to twenty hours of
professional training. Professional trainers are assigned to each
team for a minimum of fifteen hours per season. The training is
given on a one and a half hour per week basis.
- There is an additional five hours of training through mini
clinics, and through guest trainers or the coaching director.
This gives the player versatility in the learning process.
- The player receives excellent coaching. Coaches give the additional
training the player receives through the season. Coaches must
train their teams in an age appropriate manner. The season is
designed and planned. The proper technical and tactical training
is done in a planned progression through the entire program. This
allows the player to progress very quickly through that season
and following seasons. We feel this is lacking in some youth programs.
Our entire emphasis is on the skill development of the individual
- The player is evaluated through the season. At seasons end,
there is an evaluation sent to the parents. The evaluation is
very detailed as to how the player is progressing. The evaluation
is to show how the player is progressing within themselves and
not against other players. There are suggestion given on how and
what the player should be working on for their own improvement.
- Training manuals are given to each player to use as reference
for their own self-training. We also have on line training tips
in the player section of our web site.
- Camps our offered to our players in the off-season. They are
at a very affordable price. Since we also do camps outside the
club, we feel these camps are as good or better than any offered.
In house and outside clinicians are used to give a professional
- Regular season games are a part of our program. Teams play
in the select soccer leagues in the Ohio and Kentucky area. Tournaments
are also part of the program. Usually one or two tournaments,
depending on the age group. These may be at no extra charge or
a slight additional charge. At the early age groups, this may
- Friendly games are played against other teams within our club.
This gives the coach a better opportunity to develop the player
through the game.
- Street soccer is offered in the off-season, for a slight additional
This is strictly voluntary. We very much believe in street soccer
to better improve the player.
The above is offered to a player for a cost that you
would spend for a one-week summer camp.