Boys & Girls program
Dates: Sept 3 – Mar 16 (Oct 12/13/14 + Nov 11 + Feb 15/16/17)
Player’s Birth Year:  2015 – 2017

Program Cost: 

Regular Fee: $550 (May 13 – July 14)

Late Fee: $600 (July 15 – onwards)

 

Fall 2024/25
SKILL CENTRE – TRAINING PROGRAM (U8-U10)

Boys & Girls 2015 – 2017 born players.

 Sept 9/10 – Mar 15/16       (No Sessions Oct 12/13/14 + Nov 11 + Feb 15/16/17)    

Skill Centre is a Canada Soccer recommended development model for grassroots players in the U8-U13 age groups.

Within the U8-U10 age groups, various groupings can occur, at the discretion of the coaching staff, which will allow for all facets of development (Tech/Tac/Psycho-social) to flourish.

Player movement between groups/teams is a possibility throughout the season, based on individual player progress and development needs. This process is overseen by club’s technical lead staff coaches, and in consultation with the appointed team head coach and family involved.

Players attending the Skill Centre Training Program will benefit from a vastly experienced and nationally accredited lead coaching staff who provide a variety of training and game experiences. The ASA Skill Centre Training Program staff include:

COLIN MILLER: Technical Director

DAVE CORKE: U8-10 Boys  

JULIE KING: U8-U10 Girls

Training Schedule U8-U10 (2015-2017)

Boy – Mon & Wed    5:15pm – 6:15pm    MRC #2

Girls – Tue & Thurs   5:15pm – 6:15pm    TBC

 

In-Club Game Day’s

Boys – Sat   9:00am – 10:15am   MRC #4

Girls – Sun 9:00am – 10:15pm    MRC#2

 

Festivals

In addition to the in-club game days, we will also be working with our FV Alliance partner clubs to explore monthly Festival programming – details TBC.

 

Uniform & Equipment

All players will be provided with a club jersey, shorts & socks.

All players must have their own soccer cleats & shin pads. A comfortable jacket/outer wear is recommended for cold/wet weather. Each player should also have a water bottle available during sessions.

 

Coaching

Licensed and qualified club appointed coaches are utilized to lead age groups/teams. Where registration uptake dictates, there is the opportunity to invite interested parent-volunteers to assist in the program and work alongside the staff coaches. Parent volunteers will receive mentorship and ongoing support as it relates to training and session delivery along with financial support to complete appropriate coach certification requirements.