SF Youth Soccer and Challenger British Soccer Academy are proud to co-present a series of supplemental clinics for both coaches and players, Sunday afternoons this Spring at Ft. Scott in the Presidio.
Each clinic will be comprised of two one-hour sessions. There will be five clinics for coaches and five for youth players, ages U9-U14.
4/23 - Player Clinic - Dribbling and Running with the Ball. The technique for dribbling. The technique for running with the ball, like Ronaldo. When should you dribble and when should you run with the ball. Beating the defender with your dribble vs. beating the defender when you are running with the ball
4/30 - Player Clinic - Turns and moves with the ball. Introducing Turns like Tevez, moves like Messi, skills like Suarez. Using the skills to deal with: How to deal with a defender in front of you and behind you; How to deal with a defender running at you; Being successful in 1v1 and 2v2 situations
5/7 - Player Clinic - Passing & Receiving - Combinations with your teammates in small spaces, including Overlaps, Wall passes, and third-man runs. Small-sided games of 2v1’s and 3v2’s to score goals
5/14 - Player Clinic - Defending - Stopping the Attack. Stopping the attacker in different situations: 1v1 when you are behind them, or if they are running at you; 1v2 defending - providing cover to your team mate
5/21 - Player Clinic - Decision Making in Small-sided Games. Small-sided games with varying rules and set ups to challenge you in various formats in defending, attacking, and scoring goals!
3/12 - Coaching Clinic - Moves Like Messi - Teach your players the top 5 moves to be successful in any situation: Cruyff / Pull back - when faced up, or when a defender or pressure on one side of the body, Matthews - when running at a player, Inside hook, Outside hook, Maradona
3/19 - Coaching Clinic - Individual and Team Possession - Reflection on MLM session last week. Using those skills to maintain possession. 1v1’s; 2v2’s - don’t have to pass; 4v4 small-sided games and up.
3/26 - Coaching Clinic - Training the Goalkeeper - Goalkeeper shot stopping techniques and angle of play. Involving the goalkeeper in practice. Making saves and attacking the ball.
4/2 - Coaching Clinic - Small-sided games to work on attack and defense. End of clinic reporting will state which sessions were worked on and what key points were made
4/9 - Coaching Clinic - Building from the Back. Technical focus for players when receiving - opening up, breaking lines or pressure. 1v1 with receiving from either side.
COACH CLINIC DETAILS
SPRING 2016-17 | COACH & PLAYER CLINICS
PLAYER CLINICS (2nd-8th Grade)
Session 1 - BOYS : 1pm - 1:50pm
Session 2 - GIRLS : 2pm - 2:50pm
Arrive 15min before session to check in.
OK for girls/boys to participate in either session.
4/23 : DRIBBLING & RUNNING
4/30 : TURNS & MOVES
5/07 : PASSING & RECEIVING
5/14 : DEFENDING THE ATTACK
5/21 : DECISION-MAKING
ABOUT LEE DUNNE
PLAYER CLINIC DETAILS
ABOUT CHALLENGER SPORTS
Challenger Sports began running summer soccer camp in 1985, as British Soccer Camps, a division of All American Indoor Sports Inc.
Approximately 1,200 British and 100 Brazilian coaches are selected by Challenger's overseas staff, from over two thousand potential candidates. They are all committed and talented coaches, but more importantly they love children and understand how we teach new skills, build confidence and have fun all at the same time!
After 20 years of research in over 2,000 communities in the USA and Canada, Challenger has developed an innovative way of coaching your players that revolves around fun, personal challenge, maximum participation and constant positive feedback. The Challenger Way not only addresses the technical, tactical, physical and psychological requirements of the game at each age level, but more importantly it focuses on the child as an individual!
Jamie Kent : email@example.com
SFYS Director of Programming, Lee Dunne spent the last 6 years as a Regional Director for Challenger Sports to create coach and player development programs as well as supply coach education for the NSCAA and regional clubs. He has multiple licenses, including FA Level 1 and USSF C, as well as his NSCAA Premier Diploma.
SPRING CLINIC CONTACT
If you have questions about the upcoming clinics, or your registration, please contact Lee directly : firstname.lastname@example.org
COACH CLINICS (ALL AGES)
Session 1 : 1pm - 1:50pm
Session 2 : 2pm - 2:50pm
Arrive 15min before session to check in, as sessions will start promptly at time noted.
3/12 : MOVES LIKE MESSI
3/19 : POSSESSION
3/26 : TRAINING GOALKEEPERS
4/02 : SMALL-SIDED GAMES
4/09 : BUILDING FROM THE BACK
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