Category: Camps/Clinics

Springfield SC vs MO Elite, U14 Girls

Missouri Elite F.C. to Hold Soccer Skills Clinic

Springfield SC vs MO Elite, U14 Girls
Springfield SC vs MO Elite, U14 Girls
Sharpen your skills and have a blast at the Missouri Elite Summer Skills Clinic. Our experienced and professional staff members are dedicated to coaching the female athlete and fostering a love of soccer in a positive and fun environment.
Girls Ages 5-11
June 2-4, 2014 from 5:00-8:00 pm
Harrison Stadium, Drury University
Cost: $75

Girls Ages 12-18
June 14, 2014 from 10 am to 4 pm (lunch provided)
Harrison Stadium, Drury University
Cost: $50
Contact Christy at (417) 429-6200 or christysoccer@sbcglobal.net with questions or to register.

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Nixa SC Summer Camps Return for 9th Year

Nixa-Soccer-at-Sporting-KCNixa Soccer Club announces dates for their 9th annual Summer Camp. Designed to improve your childs ball skills and touch, they’ll play games and have fun.

When: June 3 – 6 for boys and girls
Ages 6 to 10 – 5:30 until 7:15 (The critical age for developing top level ball control)
Ages 11 – 16 – 6:30 until 8:45 (Refine skills and advance your tactical play)

Download the 2013 Nixa SC Summer Camp Flyer for registration

At the Nixa Community Center Soccer Fields

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Paige Townsend, Nixa (2014) after beating Ozark for COC Title
Who: Nixa Soccer Club is a not for profit organization dedicated to developing competitive youth soccer players and coaches in Nixa and the surrounding communities. Camp coaches include competitive club coaches. Technical trainers include top high school and college players.

Why: Low coach to camper ratio resulting in more quality time with campers. Low cost – $50 per participant in advance, $60 at the camp. Two family members only $85. Three or more family members only $100.

Train with the best and be the best you can be. Receive a free T-shirt if you register by May 23.

For more information: www.nixasoccerclub.org or email tsterling@nixasoccerclub.org or dboehmer@nixasoccerclub.org. You may also contact us via phone at 417-830-4515

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SBU Residential Soccer Camp

sbu-bearcats-soccerSouthwest Baptist University men’s soccer coach, Chris Dinwiddie, has announced the 2013 SBU Men’s Soccer Camps. The residential camp will take place from August 4-7 on the campus of Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar.

Attendees will experience high-level training sessions, an introduction into the college recruiting process, and competitive matches.

The residential camp will begin with camp check-in on Sunday, August 4 at 2 pm and will conclude at 2 pm on Wednesday, August 7. Each full camp day will entail two separate training sessions, as well as highly competitive matches. SBU’s residential camp is the ideal way to prepare yourself for your fall season at the highest of levels. The camp is for boys graduating high school from 2013-2017.

If you have questions, please email head coach Chris Dinwiddie at cdinwiddie@sbuniv.edu or call at 417-328-1695.

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Youth Technical Training Program from US WNT

Olympics: Soccer-Women's Quarterfinal - USA vs NZLU.S. Soccer’s Youth National Team Directors, April Heinrichs (Technical Director) and Jill Ellis (Development Director) have identified the need to establish nation-wide technical testing and benchmarking. They have created a series of training exercises and a tracking spreadsheet for use by Youth Coaches to implement their suggestions. Links can be found below.

The technical tests were designed with U-12 to U-20 players in mind. They are geared towards motivating players to spend time on their own to improve their ball control, short range passing, speed and agility with the ball, and the use of their instep for driving balls and shooting. A player that can control the ball is a player that helps control the tempo of the game and contributes to the team’s tactical abilities.

The primary vision of the U.S. Women’s Youth National Teams program is, “to deliver more technically skilled and tactically sophisticated players to the full Women’s National Team in an effort to sustain performance success over the next 20 years.”

There are training videos related to each of the exercises and a spreadsheet for tracking the results. A Powerpoint presentation steps Coaches through the program so it can be implemented effectively.

Thanks to SLU Head Coach Katie Shields, who recently assisted with the U18 Women’s team training camp, for pointing to the release of these materials.