Players, split by game size (7v7, 9v9, 11v11), have access to weekly tasks' in which they are challenged to practice with their parents and master the fundamentals for the game they play. The home-training program is designed to provide an additional 2-3 hours per week of soccer.
The practice plans for your season will match the skills the players are being challenged to practice.
SFYS At Home is has been created to help your player maximize their soccer experience.
The program is designed for and presented by relevant age groups to help your player develop key fundamental skills based on their experience of practices and games.
SFYS At Home also supports your team coach by providing them a framework for weekly practices and game expectations, based on what you are learning at home!
High School Varsity | Comp U13+
SFYS @ HOME
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Rec 4th & 5th | Comp U11, U12
What does that mean? In San Francisco, a typical youth soccer team practices for 1-3 hours per week. That time is used by the coach to try to deliver everything related to the game at the weekend, which includes learning the rules or nuances of the game, whilst also trying to teach fundamentals for players to be able to actually play. For example, learning how to set up for a goal kick, or a free-kick, and then learning how to execute those kicks or how to control the ball from one of those kicks adds lots of stress to what is supposed to be a fun experience for all.
Rec 2nd & 3rd | Comp U09, U10