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PROGRAM OVERVIEW - prospects

Aligned to the CSA Long Term Player Development guidelines for Fundamentals (U6 to U9) and Learn to Train (U9 to U12), the Spring 2017 Prospects Program is designed for U8 to U10 Players who demonstrate above average athleticism, technical and game awareness skills combined with a commitment to the game.

MINI U8 Prospects players shall continue to play with their assigned recreational teams which includes one (1) training session + one (1) game per week.  The curriculum will include an additional training session per week focusing on age specific training elements including physical literacy, technical and game awareness.   Game awareness situations will be introduced through a series of intra-Club Festival games against like-minded teams throughout the Alouette and Fraser Valley Districts. Note: there is no incremental fee for players selected to this program.

MINI U9 to U10 Prospects curriculum will include two (2) training sessions per week focusing on age specific training elements including physical literacy, technical and game awareness.   Game awareness situations will be introduced through weekend league games against like-minded teams from other Clubs located in throughout Alouette and Fraser Valley District Youth Soccer Associations.

Program content will be delivered by assigned team head coaches supported by on-site Club’s Staff Coaches

Players selected for the Development Program will take place at the U8 to U10 player evaluation process to assemble balanced teams.  Parents will be notified if your Child is selected.  There is no additional fee for this program. See below for program details

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW - recreational

Aligned to the CSALong Term Player Development guidelines for Fundamentals (U6 to U9)and Learn to Train (U9 to U12), the Mini U8to U10 Recreation program continues to develop a player’sphysical literacy, soccer technical skills and game understandingthrough age and development appropriate programming. All Playersare placed onto balanced teams using a fair and transparentevaluation process at the beginning of the soccer season. Theseteams play against like-minded teams from other Clubs located inthroughout the Alouette District Youth Soccer Association. Forthose players who demonstrate above average athleticism, technicaland game awareness skills combined with a commitment to the game, theClub offers a Prospects Program (PDP) for U8 to U10 players. Details of this program are outlined in the Prospects U8 to U10Program overview. See below for program content and details.

 

PROGRAM DETAILS

Click on the links below for more information regarding specific seasons and detailed information. PLEASE NOTE THAT FOR SAFETY REASONS, PLAYERS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR SHIN GUARDS AND SOCCER BOOTS FOR PRACTICES AND GAMES.

SPRING - 2017

Physical

This is an optimal window for trainability of speed, flexibility and skills thus this program continues to focus on ABCs (agility, balance, co-ordination and speed)

Technical

Building a greater repertoire and proficiency of soccer related movements through repetition, technical skills are developed in training and within the context of basic soccer games.

Tactical

Developing game awareness and encouraging decision making with and without the ball, executing simple combination play between teammates and basic understanding of attacking and defending principles

Mental

Golden age of learning; intrinsic motivation is developed by the Fun and Enjoyment that fosters a desire to play; imagination, creativity, increased demands, discipline

 

PROSPECTS

Program Window

April 2017 to June 2017

Program Length

12 weeks

Program Sessions

U8 Prospects – 12 Training Sessions + 4 to 6 Festivals

U9 to U10 Prospects – 18 to 24 Training Sessions + 8 Games

Program Days

U8 Prospects - Friday Training + TBD Sunday Festivals

U9 Prospects – Tuesday and Friday Training + Sunday Games

U10 Prospects – Wednesday and Friday Training + Sunday Games

Note: there is no training scheduled for Friday, April 14th, Monday, April 17th and May 22nd AND no festival/game days on Easter Weekend (April 15th/16th) and Victoria Day Weekend (May 20th/21st)

Program Start Date

Training: U8 Prospects – April 4th, U9 Prospects – April 5th, U10 Prospects – April 6th

Games: April 23rd

Program Session Length

Training – 1 to 1.25 hours / Festivals & Games – Maximum 50 minutes (2 x 25 minutes)

Program Start Times

Training – 6:15 PM / Festivals & Games – Varies (10:00 AM to 3:00 PM)

Program Location

Mission Sports Park & Local Schools + Other Club Fields

Program Fee

(U9 and U10 Players Only)

Players who played in the Fall 2016/Winter 2017 season - $115 per player

Players who did not play in the Fall 2016/Winter 2017 season - $140 per player.

The incremental $25 fee covers Association registration and insurance fees

Program Uniforms

Non-returnable jerseys are provided by Club. Parents are responsible for shorts and socks (preferred black)

Program Players Equipment

Mandatory requirement – all players are required to wear shin guards

Safety requirement – highly recommended that all players wear soccer boots

 

RECREATIONAL

Program Window

April 2017 to June 2017

Program Length

12 Weeks

Program Sessions

10 to 12 Training Sessions + 8 Game Days

Program Days

Training – U8s: Mondays, U9s: Tuesday, U10s: Wednesdays

Games – Boys: Saturdays and Girls: Sunday

Note: there is no training scheduled for Monday, April 17th and May 22nd AND no game days on Easter Weekend (April 15th/16th) and Victoria Day Weekend (May 20th/21st)

Program Start Dates

Training: U8s: Monday, April 3rd ; U9s: Tuesday, April 4th and U10s: Wednesday, April 5th ; Games – Boys (April 22nd) and Girls (April 23rd)

Program Session Length

Training – 1 to 1.25 hours / Games – maximum 50 minutes (2 x 25 minutes)

Program Start Times

Training – 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM / Games – 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Program Location

Mission Sports Park & Local Schools + Other Club Fields

Program Fee

Players who played in the Fall 2016/Winter 2017 season - $115 per player

Players who did not play in the Fall 2016/Winter 2017 season - $140 per player.

The incremental $25 fee covers Association registration and insurance fees

Program Uniforms

Non-returnable jerseys are provided by Club. Parents are responsible for shorts and socks (preferred black)

Program Players Equipment

Mandatory requirement – all players are required to wear shin guards

Safety requirement – highly recommended that all players wear soccer boots

FALL/WINTER - 2016/2017
 
Program Details
Academy Programming
Prospects Programming
  

FACILITIES

Mission Soccer Club does not own or regulate the facilities we use and as such cannot guarantee the availability or condition of fields or gyms. The District of Mission determines if a facility will be closed by taking into consideration both participant safety and potential of damage to the field. Please be respectful of field closures. Refunds are not provided for sessions missed due to field closures.

Fields will be designated Open or Closed on the Field Status Reports. Department staff use the following criteria to determine field status:

a. Presence of standing water or puddles
b. Ground saturated “like a sponge” – foot sinks at ½ inch or more
c. Muddy areas especially in the high use areas such as base paths, goal mouths, etc
d. Frost or frozen ground
e. Snow
f. Weather forecast as per Environment Canada
 
 

WEATHER

Soccer is played in all sorts of weather conditions – a little rain (often a lot of rain!) does not put an end to a training session or game. In the event of severe weather, a session may be cancelled due to field closure or if the club has considered the conditions unsafe or unhealthy for players (ie electrical storm, excessive heat).   Cancellations will be posted on the Club’s website as soon as possible after the information becomes available. Otherwise, each session will proceed as scheduled.

Your player should be dressed appropriately for current conditions and anticipated changes in weather.  Take advantage of clothing layers – a T-shirt under the jersey that can come off if the day warms up, a sweater that can go on under the jersey if it cools down, and don’t forget something warm and dry to change into after a session in the rain.

 


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