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Train the Whitecaps Way with official Whitecaps FC training curriculum.
Supplemental club training for motivated boys and girls in a professional club environment.
All sessions delivered by Whitecaps FC Ontario Head Coach, Mike Ayyash and academy staff.
Connected to the Whitecaps FC Academy centre network to provide greater exposure and additional opportunities.
Only a limited number of players will have the opportunity to participate.
Sarnia FC Academy Teams - for girls and boys born in 2011 and 2012
Sarnia FC Academy Teams
For Girls and Boys Born in 2011 and 2012
Are you looking for a fun, player-centered environment that fosters a love for the game?
Are you looking for quality training with dedicated, highly qualified coaches?
Are you looking for the opportunity to develop your child’s technical and tactical skills?
If this is what you are looking for, and your child is interested in moving into our competitive stream for U9 and beyond, then this program is for you! Our U7 and U8 academy teams are designed for players who want more from their soccer experience and are interested in moving into our competitive programs.
The Benefits of our Academy Teams:
Ø Intense training with our highly trained and passionate Academy coaches
Ø A strong focus on player development and fostering confident, creative and skilled players
Ø Additional weekly team training to be overseen by our club head coach
Ø Scheduled weekly games with other SFC teams
Ø A fun, intensive training environment
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How many players are on an academy team?
Each team will have a roster with as many as twenty players who have completed the assessment process and have been placed in this program. With a focus on team and player development, the goal is get each player to take his or her game to the next level and to prepare them for our competitive player stream.
2. What are assessments?
Assessments, which take place in April, are an opportunity for coaches and parents to determine if playing on one of our Academy team is in the best interests of the player’s development. The goal of assessments is to ensure that players are involved in programs that allow for optimal player development.
3. Can I join in the future?
Yes, any player can transition from our development stream to our competitive stream or vice versa, depending on what is best for each player and what type of commitment he or she wants to make.
4. Do I need to show up for every training session?
Committing to this program requires each player to take the responsibility to be present for most, if not all, training sessions. Training sessions allow players to benefit the most from the program.
5. What days of the week do academy teams play?
Team training will take place on Tuesday nights with Club Head Coach Paul Burke, and Friday nights as part of the Whitecaps Academy. Game nights will be either Wednesday or Thursday.
If you have any questions or need more information, please contact the Club Head Coach, Paul Burke, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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