The Premier Player Development Club in the Region
Our program strives to be the leader in teaching players about life lessons through positive character traits such as good sportsmanship, fair play, teamwork, personal responsibility, perseverance, respecting opponents and officials, innovation, and honor of the game.
Registration is now open for 2017 Advanced Development Training Sessions.
Registration is now open for our New Strength & Agility Training Session.
Does your player want to reach the next level?
Technical Training Mondays are a great way for players to develop their individual skill level. Coach John Marshall will be running these developmental training sessions each Monday beginning August 21st from 6:00-7:00pm on New Creature at Sugar Creek.
These sessions are free and require no registration.
To be the best, you have train with the best!
Join us for a Family Night at Razorbacks Stadium as the Ladyback Soccer Team kicks off their season against Penn State! Friday, August 25th!
RSVP for 2$ tickets to email@example.com by Weds, Aug. 23rd.
WEAR YOUR JERSEYS AND SPORTING GEAR!
Team Tailgate 5:00-6:00
Team Recognition 6:05-6:15
The Sporting Arkansas Junior Academy Program is designed for children age seven and below. US Soccer categorizes this age group as the 'initial stage' of soccer development. US Youth Soccer categorizes this age group as the 'fundamental stage.'
This is a pivotal time for motor skill development in our junior players. Prior to obtaining good ball control the children must gain control of their bodies. Therefore, Sporting Arkansas Junior Academy training sessions will be formatted more as physical education using a soccer ball. Basic ball control combined with physical demands of walking, running, jumping, and other agility, balance, and coordination exercises will be executed to aid in proper movement mechanics. The sessions will first and foremost be FUN!
Tactics will be implemented in small sided games where the understanding of field boundaries and spatial awareness will be taught. The emphasis will be to let the children have FUN, play the game of soccer, and learn at the same time. The fascination for the ball and the thrill of scoring goals provides the spark for life long soccer participation.
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