Saturday Toronto City Sports Centre:
U6 (4-5 year olds) & U8 (6-7 year olds): 10:00am - 11:00am
U6 (4-5 year olds) & U8 (6-7 year olds): 11:00am - 12:00pm
U8 (6-7 year olds), U10 (8-9 year olds) & U12 (10-11 year olds) Female Programs: 12:00 - 1:30pm
U10 (8-9 year olds) & U10 (8-9 year olds) Goalkeeper:1:30pm - 3:00pm
U12 (10-11 year olds): 3:00pm - 4:30pm
U12 (10-11 year olds), U14 (12-13 year olds) & U16 (14-15 year olds) 4:30 - 6:00pm
U6 (4-5 Year Olds): A fun and rewarding skills program for children ages 4 and 5. Soccer skills training is built into a curriculum that teaches technical ability, agility and balance. Children are introduced to soccer in a fun and rewarding manner which provides recognition for the young player. The session is a combination of skill learning and games. There is lots of ball contact for each player through ball movement practice, dodge games and fun ball manoeuvring exercises. Children are taught the basics of the game.
U8(6-7 Year Olds): This program is geared to improve the development of 6-7 year olds. Children are instructed in core soccer skills and good soccer habits through age appropriate skill exercises and games. The program emphasizes coordination and movement in soccer, presented in skill exercises and small sided soccer games designed to make a positive impact on the development of the young player. Players are introduced to competition in a fun way and achieve success through skill training as well as game play.
8 Years Old and Up: The skill development program is designed for players to receive specific coaching to develop and refine their skills. The purpose of the program is to maximize the individual's soccer potential, while recognizing that the players come from different soccer backgrounds and will vary in technique and ability. Coaches will evaluate the players consistently from the first session and will challenge players by grouping them with players of similar abilities. Technique training of all the core soccer skills is emphasized. All Power Soccer programs use creative and challenging games to improve ball control, passing, dribbling, defending and shooting. The coach works on having the player improve all the fundamental ball skills while introducing tactical concepts of the game such as of space, support, movement off the ball and transition.