PERFORMANCE PHASE

COMPETITIVE PROGRAM OVERVIEW | ZONE 3 | U16 - U19

Our goals are to further develop and master the specific qualities of a player to create a winning team and the win league.  Team training will focus tactics, strategies and game simulation to foster on field success.

 

Age Group

Boys and Girls

· U16 (2005)

· U17 (2004)

· U18 (2003)

· U19 (2002)

Tryout Information

 Tryout info. is on the tryout page of the website.

Playing Format

U16-U19 – 11v11 (with GK)

Coaching Profile and Qualifications

USSF ‘D’ or higher

Program Structure

Full Time player: 

· 10-Month Season

· 2-3 training sessions per week from mid-August - May

· Approximately 30-35 games (depending on high school)

· 2-3 Local Tournaments

· Players are expected to commit to an entire season of games and practices.

· Players who do not train should not expect to play in games.

Training player only

· One or two training sessions per week - your choice

· Program does not include League play

League

US Club Soccer

  • FLORIDA CLUB LEAGUE
Tournaments *subject to change after teams are formed
  • Florida Cup
  • IMG Showcase
  • Disney Showcase
  • Weston Cup & Showcase
  • Champions Cup

Uniform

· Home Jersey x1

· Away Jersey x1

· Training Jersey x1

· Shorts x3

· Socks x3

· Backpack x1

Order on-line at www.soccer.com

Training Style

· Warm-up

· The Game

· Situation

· Technical Execution

· Game

Roster Size

U16-U19  – Min 16 | Max 18

Substitutions

Unlimited

Practice to play ratio

3:2

Number of competition days per week

1-3

Recommended Playing time

Based on merit

Maximum Game Duration

U16-U19 – 90 minutes

Season Length

August - May

Team Travel Time

Typically within 60 minutes in the tri-county areas.

Broward County, Palm Beach County, Miami-Dade County. Additional games may be in Orlando, Tampa, Naples, Jacksonville.

Recommended Practice Duration

90 minutes

Ball Size

U16-U19 – Size 5

Technical

Dribbling, Running with the ball, Shooting, Ball Control, Receiving, Shielding, Heading, 1v1 Attacking, Passing, Shielding, Crossing, Finishing, 1v1 Defending

Physical

Agility, Balance, Coordination, Stamina, Strength, Speed, Suppleness, Acceleration, Reaction, Basic Motor Skills, Perception, Awareness.

Socio-emotional

Problem-solving, Decision-making, Patience, Respect/discipline, Fair play/honesty, Co-operation.

Psychological

Motivation, Self Confidence, Competitiveness, Concentration, Commitment, Self Control, Determination.

Tactical

(only for U16-U19)

Attacking Principles (Width, Depth, Mobility, Support, Penetration and Improvisation), Defending Principles (Delaying, Pressuring/Supporting, Covering/Screening, Marking/Tracking, Balancing)

 

Contact

Contact Info

Springs Soccer Club
11340 Heron Bay Blvd #2516
Coral Springs, FL 33076

Phone: (954) 282-5215

Email: info@springssoccerclub.com

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