Working as part of a small group is a great way to really develop your skills. In this environment it is possible to focus a great deal of time and energy on developing the skills of the individuals in the small group. Often during team training sessions mistakes players are making or individual areas that need to be developed may be missed by the coach as they are having to work with 15 or more players at a time!
With this type of training we can really focus on certain areas in a small group environment.
Small group sessions are for serious soccer players that want to take their game to a higher level. The curriculum includes eight one-hour sessions and is designed to help a small group of players master technical play.
These training sessions are available only to committed and dedicated travel soccer players.
Limited spaces available. Maximum of 6-1 coach to player ratio. However, we expect to have smaller numbers per group.
The Evolution Soccer program is intended for serious soccer players who want to take their game to a higher level. The goal is for players to become more skilled, confident, and creative on the field. The curriculum has been designed for mastering technical play, including: ball mastery, first touch, cuts, moves, feints, agility, acceleration and combination play.
A small group setting is ideal for this in that it allows for more direct interaction from the coach. This helps the development of the player and gives a fun and competitive edge to the training environment.
Some players struggle with certain technical aspects of the game. These things can be as simple as striking a ball, or as complex as beating an opponent with a move
Small group training will help the beginner, intermediate or even the most advanced players achieve their goals. Whether you want to improve ahead of tryouts, make the Varsity team next year or just improve in a specific area of your game I am here to help. The player’s needs will be discussed, and then a specific curriculum will be designed to help them achieve their goals.