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New Recreational Programs

Jun. 2, 2017

Advanced Technical Development Program - 10U Players
MYB’s Advanced Technical Development Program (ATDP) prepares 10U young players for the challenging world of competitive soccer.  This program bridges the gap between recreational and competitive soccer by providing players with a technical foundation to support future learning and development. The focus on individual skills and confidence eases the transition from recreational to competitive play, giving our players the tools they need to be successful competitive soccer players in the future.

*Due to the limited availability of coaches, participation in the ATDP program may be capped at a select number of players.

ATDP Sample Session (10U - 2008 Birth Year - Only) - June  28th, 2017

*ATDP Registration will open June 29th at midnight - limited roster openings, first come, first served registration. In District players will have priority.
 
*CLICK HERE for ATDP Policies and more information

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Advanced Technical Development Sessions
New Opportunity for 9U Players! 

This season, 9U players will have the opportunity to register for the Advanced Technical Development Sessions (these are individual sessions, not like the 10U ATDP program). This program provides players with a technical foundation to support future learning and development. The sessions focus entirely on the development of a single technique (e.g. dribbling with laces). Sessions will be 1hr in length and will run over a 5 week period (1 session per week). Sessions will be limited to 18 players, boys and girls will have separate sessions. Cost $35, includes cotten training shirt.
Schedule and registration date will be posted in Mid-August.

 

 

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