Field for SYA Travel and Recreational Camps - SYA Sports Park - 6626 Bull Run Post office Road, Centreville, Va 20120.
9:30am-12pm and 5:00-7:30pm
U9-U12 SYA Team Camp
For complete travel teams SYA Soccer are offering a 2 and a half hour morning or evening 4-day Pre-season team camp. This camp is the week before Cardinal Cup and is the perfect way to tune up for the upcoming Fall Season.
This program enables the players to work on skills, tactics and strategies that need further refining, as determined in consultation with the team coach. The training elements for your team may be designed to include, Technical training and ball possession, Team tactics and team building, Attack and defense, Set plays: free kicks, throw-ins, penalty kicks, corner kicks and much more.
We try and arrange teams of similar age and abilities to train at the opposite end of each field, Not only does it bring variety to the sessions, it enables the teams to scrimmage each other and further refine the lessons being learned.
To arrange your team’s Pre-season camp please contact Dean McAlpin firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost $150 per player, teams must sign up together and have a minimum of 9 players for u9 – u12 teams.
August 20th-23rd (4-Day Camp Tuesday - Friday)
Travel Shooting and Finishing
This Clinic is designed with advanced curriculums for competitive level players who are looking to enhance specific skills in their soccer repertoire.
The Shooting and Finishing Clinic is a unique program that focuses on one of the most exciting aspects of the game: creating chances and the art of finishing. This is not just for forwards; it is for any player on the field who wants to improve their attacking skills.
Small group sessions are set up to challenge individuals in repetitive game situations where attacking players need to excel: long distance shooting, combination play, 1v1’s, turning and shooting in the box, crossing and finishing, chipping and Lobbing, Volleys, Attacking heading, playing with your back to goal, and striker movement among many.
By integrating the Shooting and Finishing Clinic and Travel goalkeeping program and running them simultaneously, we are able to provide more game-realistic environments and competition for both programs.
Goalkeeping is a unique position in the game of soccer and requires specialized training to develop the goalkeeping skills, self-confidence and toughness to be the team’s last line of defense and first point of attack. To be effective in the position, goalkeepers need to be well trained technically and tactically to integrate into the team’s defense. The goalkeeper is the leader and communicator. The design of the Travel Goalkeeping program will develop goalkeepers to be decision makers. The program is designed to be progressive based upon the age, ability and experience of the individual goalkeeper.
The Goalkeeping Program will cover the following training topics:
Stance, footwork, ball handling, Angles and positioning, Shot stopping: catching, diving, Ball distribution, 1 v 1 breakaways, Crossed balls, Strength-agility and quickness, Communication, Organizing the defense, Controlling the box, Principles of defense, Match play situations, Leadership and confidence, Keeping focus and Learning from mistakes.
Week #1 July 29th – Aug 2nd and Week #2 Aug 19th – 23rd
Recreational Player Development Camp for players aged 7-14
The Recreational Camp is designed to prepare players who wish to play at higher levels of the game or who are interested in improving their game for the upcoming season.
At the youngest ages, we focus on developing the technical skills of soccer: dribbling, ball control, kicking, shooting and passing. With older players, we advance to receiving balls, 1v1 attack, tackling and heading.
Each skill is taught using a variety of methods, increasing the level of challenge as the player refines the skill. Eventually, the player is asked to perform the skill under match conditions. Older players are also taught soccer tactics and the basics of team play, including combination plays, ball possession, defending as a group, speed of play, and others. A fun fast paced program for Recreational players.
Cost $160 per player
10am – 11:30am
Little Cardinal’s for players aged 4.5-6 years of age
This program provides fun, fast-paced soccer-related games and activities for the newer players of the game. It develops motor skills, cognitive abilities and peer relationships and introduces children to soccer between the ages of 5 and 6.
All children taking part in a Little Cardinal’s sessions will be put in highly imaginative situations and asked to make their own decisions.