hey naomi, great to hear you want to play in college.
here are a few simple ideas:
1) put together a player profile
2) send that along with you club & high school schedule to the coach
-especially showcases and tournaments
3) as stated by others - ... Continue reading »
this link should help you with a list of camps -
you can then check with the state association, local clubs and friends to see which camp would fit your needs best.
soccer is terrific at this age -- kids love running around
4 - 5 year old soccer is so much fun!!!!
And it assists in the development of simple motor skills, creates a social gathering for the players and is terrific exercise for both the parents and ... Continue reading »
You have received some good feedback already - I will just throw in my two cents briefly from a different perspective.
You have every reason to be torn - your son has been treated unfairly and you deserve a better explanation from the c... Continue reading »
Here are some ideas for 8 v 8:
8 vs. 8 Team Shape suggestions:
No matter what formation you choose to play, Team Shape is a vital component to how successful your team will play on the weekend. In this article we will look at various options for the ... Continue reading »
hey kat -
first - i think it is great that you want to play hs ball
second - you must be physically fit to play a 90 minute game
third - you should be skillfull enough to pass and receive balls out of the air, shoot on goal and drobble comfortably ... Continue reading »
Hello Nancy -
Great question....many colleges now recruit at Soccer Showcases. Your club team may enter them in November - June and this is where many college coaches go to recruit. In addition to that - ODP is a great venue too...Obviously US Develop... Continue reading »
hey there Fred.
there are a number of free sites out there -- you may want to give www.soccerinteractive.com a try -- it has been free for a while and it has some great video and animations!
We have educated our parents in town not to be abusive towards the referees, players, parents or anyone for that matter. We have a code of conduct, however, we also have confident parents that have simply approached other parents (from opposing teams) ... Continue reading »