The First Touch Soccer Summer Training Program is a unique opportunity for players to train over the course of the summer in a comprehensive and physically demanding regiment. We have found that players attend week-long camps and then have no reinforcement of the skills that they have been working on during camp. We have developed a program that allows the player to train and continue to develop his or her skills on a consistent basis.
Dates: June 6 - July 29, 2022
Program open to players(Field and Goalkeepers) ages 7-18.
Palisades Soccer Complex
5:30-8:30 PM (June 6-July 29)
Bradford & Richard Barry Park
8:00- 11:00 Morning sessions(June 6- July 29)
5:30-8:30 PM (July 12, 13, 14)
Dover Foundation YMCA
8:00-11:00 AM (June 6- July 29 Mondays and Fridays)
5:30-8:30 PM (June 6- July 29 Wednesdays ONLY)
Players have to commit to a minimum of (4) four weeks of training. You choose the weeks that fit your child's summer schedule. Weeks do not have to be consecutive. Players must attend three training sessions per week. Sessions are in (3) hour blocks. We have training centers in Charlotte, Huntersville, and Shelby. A player will have a minimum of (9) contact hours per week along with additional work that must be done between sessions. We understand that there are family trips and other camps planned for players that will take some of their time away. Players can participate for more than four weeks. Players can attend sessions at any of our training centers at any time. Players are encouraged to attend as many sessions as they would like at no extra charge.
- 4-week program(This is the minimum commitment) - $550 (Awesome value!)
- More than 4 weeks (can attend 5 or more weeks. Best value in the area!) - $550!
Each Player Gets:
- Extensive & beneficial training.
- Three Training T-shirts.
Each Player Must Bring The Following:
- Soccer Ball
- Shin guards Mandatory
- Water or Sports Beverage of their liking.
Questions: Contact Efrain at Efrain@FTSoccerOnline.com or 704.913.1966.
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