BSA RECREATIONAL SOCCER CLINICS
The Futures Training Program provides BSA participants (U6-U14) an opportunity to receive 5 soccer specific practices run by a BSA trained/licensed coach. Below are details for each of the Futures dates as well as the benefits of participating. This training is in addition to the player’s participation on their recreational soccer team. Player’s will be broken up based on age and participate with player’s at their level.
1 – Players are coached by BSA licensed coaches in a positive and fun environment.
2 – Players are taught proper technical skill which is crucial to their development (i.e. shooting, passing and receiving, moves, fakes and dribbling).
3 – Players receive one additional training session per week, for five weeks at Voigt Soccer Park.
4 – Players become familiar with members of BSA’s select staff and their methods.
5 – Players receive verbal evaluation providing direction on strengths and areas to improve.
6 – Players meet and interact with other recreational players in BSA’s program.
7 – Players will be introduced to 11 different moves and fakes. (The V, Matthews Inside, Matthews Outside, Scissors, Step-Over, Drop the Shoulder, Pull-Push, Half-Moon, the L, the Cruyff, the shark fin and the Cut)
Free Friday Clinics
In the Fall and in the Spring BSA offers 3 clinics during each season. All BSA rec. participants, U6-U14, are invited to join in this FREE program. Player's will work through several skill stations with a specific skill in mind and finish with a small sided game. BSA staff coaches will operate and run the clinics in the Fall season. In the Spring, BSA has partnered with local universities Men's and Women's soccer programs from Marquette University, and UW-Milwaukee to work with our BSA rec. players to make this experience extraordinary.
Fall only, BSA participants that are signed up for our U6 coed and U6 girls leagues will come together Saturday morning, prior to their game for a 45 minute clinics/practice. All BSA U6 rec. participants will work with their team's coach and teammates through several stations and games designed to target specific skills that are fun, engaging and age appropriate.