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REGISTRATION IS OPEN

WINTER 2 

SPACE IS LIMITED! REGISTER TODAY

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WITH MATT BROOKS

8 Week Season | $150

Season Begins JANUARY 5TH, 2023
                                           

*plus active membership

BIRTH YEARS

2015 | 2014 & 2013 | 2012

Thursday Evenings: 5:00pm - 6:00pm

Sunday Morning Games: 8:00am | 8:45am

BIRTH YEARS

2011 | 2010 & 2009 | 2008

Thursday Evenings: 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Sunday Morning Games: 9:30am - 10:15am

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SOCCER 

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SOCCER PROGRAM

Learn the Basics 
Master the Mechanics 
Play Pressure Free

Our goal is to create a soccer-friendly environment for players to learn the game with no pressure to play. Our focus is youth player development in a relaxed environment free of pressure.

This program includes:

  • Thursday evening training sessions

  • Sunday morning games

  • an XL Sports World t-shirt (encouraged for practice; must be worn for games).

Program directed by D1 LaSalle University Assistant Coach Matt Brooks

MATTBROOKS@XLSPORTSWORLD.COM

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

  • wear your t-shirt to all games! If you do not bring it with you, you will be required to purchase one

  • wear black shorts and black socks if possible

  • shin guards are mandatory; soccer socks covering the shin guards are recommended

  • no cleats! Turf shoes or sneakers only.

  • bring your own ball if you have it - we want you to build an attachment to it!

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PROGRESSIVE SOCCER CURRICULUM

The XL Sports World soccer curriculum has been created by a combination of USSF A licensed coaches, professional players, NCAA Division 1, 2 and 3 coaches, and Academy Directors from the English Premier League. Bringing these minds together has developed a challenging curriculum while keeping the safety and recovery of players as an absolute priority.

The custom designed soccer curriculum has been created to keep both player development and game
understanding at the forefront, while constant monitoring avoids overload and impact injuries.