We require a minimum amount of 8 practices because we are not interested in making a quick buck, but to actually take the time to evaluate the players, make them understand the importance of possessing our 8-core values and work on the four pillars of soccer:
Player Development if done correctly takes time, there are 3 stages of learning in sport:
Even though 8 sessions is the minimum we required to start training with us, we recommend a long term commitment to see greater results. We follow the following six stages for our long-term athlete development program players:
We are convinced that good players are first and essentially humans that are conscious and in control. Our approach to soccer development is to provide training based on a foundation of core values.
As a contact team sport, collaboration, passion and decision-making are key ingredients in the make-up of the effective soccer player. We emphasize these practical pillars, with special focus on open and efficient communication between players and training staff. We are intentional about ensuring that no one is left behind; observing attentively for signs of withdrawal or self-doubt and efficiently guiding players into a united bond of competitive collaborators.
OUR 8-CORE VALUES
Our motivation for being involved in soccer training stems from what the sport truly is about: a beautiful, inspiring team sport with the capacity for bringing joy. We know that historically, the best soccer players have primarily one thing in common, i.e. playing to enjoy the game. To that end, we are inspired by a set of core values based on the vital need to make sure everyone who plays does get the best out of it, without taking away from another’s chances at catching their fair share of satisfaction and optimum performance.
Our eight core values, therefore, are rooted in fair competition, satisfaction and collaboration. Though they can be further subdivided into more, these eight, strategically capture what our goals for ourselves and our trainees are about: