SF Youth Soccer is proud to present year three of the Summer player clinic series - 4v4! The clinic will be focused on training the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade players in core skills and techniques, then applying them in a 4v4 small-sided game environment.
The clinic is also a training opportunity for brand new SFYS Junior Coaches as they will coach groups of players. Junior Coaches will be trained and guided throughout by the SFYS Clinic Master Coach and Director of Programming, Lee Dunne. In year three, newly promoted 'Senior Coaches' (2017 and 2018 Junior Coaches) will also be coaching and leading!
There are 2 days per week to choose from (includes 5 sessions)
All sessions will be @ Paul Goode Field in the Presidio.
Tuesdays : July 16, 23, 30, August 6, 13.
Wednesdays : July 17, 24, 31, August 7, 14.
Players and Junior Coaches should use the appropriate registration button on the right to register their interest in coaching or playing in this program.
WHY JUNIOR COACHES?
ABOUT LEE DUNNE
SUMMER 2019 PLAYER CLINICS & JUNIOR COACH PROGRAM
As SFYS Director of Programming, Lee Dunne has been with SFYS for over 2 years. Year-round training has become a standard offering through SFYS for coaches and players alike. He has multiple licenses, including the USSF B license. You can follow him at @LeeDunneSoccer
This clinic is aimed at providing summer clinic play that does not compete with any existing team or camp commitment.
It has been designed to provide a skill development opportunity in a small-group environment where players get a lot of individual focus.
Your player will be in a group of 8 and playing 4v4 so they will benefit from maximum involvement, not waiting in a line, and getting hundreds of touches on the ball.
The hour practice will look like:
SUMMER CLINIC CONTACT
If you have questions about the upcoming clinics, or your registration, please contact email@example.com
WHAT'S IN IT FOR MY PLAYER?
We have lots of high school age players, and sadly younger sometimes, that are beginning to age out of the playing leagues here in the city. This is especially true for recreational players.
Many love the game and want to keep involved, some also want the opportunity to earn a skill and earn some money.
Coaching is the perfect opportunity to give back to the game, to learn, and to even develop your own game given that you'll be experiencing it from a different view.
The training is provided by the Director of Programming, Lee Dunne, and his knowledge of training the coach will be key in developing confidence in the Junior Coach. The confidence is key to talk to parents about their player at the end of the session, it is also key to be personal with a player and to coach them on a 1:1 level - telling them how they can do better.