Camp meets for five consecutive days to bolster youngsters' skills, physical fitness, and soccer knowledge
- Expires Sep 15, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for ages 8-16. Must sign waiver. New clients only. Not valid toward other camps or paid registration. Lunch and water not provided.
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Experienced instructors help bolster pupils' technique and physical fitness in soccer camps that meet from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for five consecutive weekdays. World Soccer Academy maintains an 18-to-1 player-coach ratio to ensure that each trainee receives plenty of individual instruction. Kids should bring their own lunch and water to camp sessions, which are held on the following dates:
- July 2–6
- July 23–28
- August 13–17
- August 20-24
World Soccer Academy's goal is to elevate Canadian soccer to an elite level with training regimens culled from the world's finest soccer programs. The Academy instills sound fundamentals in young trainees with the help of the Coerver Method, a methodology developed by the late Dutch soccer manager Wiel Coerver designed to develop skills in a pyramidal fashion, beginning with individual ball-handling and advancing to more nuanced material, such as group attack tactics and covert hand-balling.
Though committed to fostering young talent, the Academy's seven-stage player development program prescribes proper training methods for players of all ages. The Academy also sponsors WSA Winnipeg, a team of elite players that compete against squads from Toronto, Michigan, and St. Louis in the USL Premier Development League.