GAME FIELD ASSIGNMENTS
Check to be sure your game has a reserved field and for field availability before you reschedule a game.
Reserve outdoor turf field for training at Tabernacle Church, Sportzone, and Ritter High School during March, 2020.
Priority to teams with National League games in March and teams playing college showcases.
Reserve training space under the lights on Field 81 at the Avon Soccer Complex HERE
SportZone Winter 2020 Training Schedule FOR January 6-March 20: Sportzone 2020
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Reserve indoor school gym as ad hoc training. click here to reserve your time slot
Additional gym space/schools. click here to reserve your time slot
These are optional slots and are meant to supplement your regular Sportzone training time each week
You must release your hour if you’re not going to use it (so that another team may use it).
Draft field maps for planningCollege Showcase school excused absence request letter.
Why does USA of Indiana play small sided games for 4u-U13u players? US Youth Soccer guidelines.
Small Sided Games Manual Part 1
Small Sided Games Manual Part 2
Fundamental Ball Skills School Manual
By US Youth Soccer Coaching Director Sam Snow, Coaching Director. Key coaching points of each major technique in soccer are presented and there is an example training activity for each technique. Major training concepts for learning specific physical movements are discussed. 11/11/09
US Youth Soccer Vision Statement Youth Soccer in America How Do We Measure Success?
Winning and losing are not the correct measures of success in youth soccer. Instead we should measure the development of the players. The next obvious follow-up question then is, “How do we measure the development of a single player?” How do we measure success? How do parents know if the team coach is doing a good job of teaching soccer to the players? How does the novice coach know if the kids are growing within the game? By US Youth Soccer Technical Department
FIFA nutrition information for soccer players.
Author Dr. Don Kirkendall is a contributor on sports medicine for US Youth Soccer and U. S. Soccer.
Best Practices for Coaching Soccer in the United States by USSF