Age Groups for Fall 2018

Age groups are determined by birth year:

U8:  Born in 2011

U9:  Born in 2010

​U10: Born in 2009

U11: Born in 2008

​U12: Born in 2007



Mon and Wed after Labor Day

Dates:

Sep 5th, 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th, 24th, 26th,

Oct 1st, 3rd, 8th, and 10th. 

Where:

Cedar Middle School

Time:

​6-7pm

Registration

​Our Academy program is designed for players (U8 - U12) who want to become a more accomplished, confident player. This program provides recreational players an opportunity to train with experienced and licensed coaches, many of whom are actively coaching competitive teams. Academy play will be used as an additional program for the recreational player, not replace the recreational team your child plays with. This program is scheduled to run for the Fall season of each year.


We will need coaches!


We will be needing licensed coaches to work with our academy kids.  If you are interested in coaching comp in the future, you will need to get your coach license.  If you will commit to working with our Academy and Rec teams for 2 years, we will reimburse you for your coach course.  Please email us for more information.  


We are excited to offer a fall academy for community's more competitive young players who are interested in developing their skills.

CCFC - Color Country Fútbol Club

Fall 2018 Schedule


Fee: $125 

(includes fall academy and spring rec)

Registration will be for the year. It will include 11 sessions of Academy in the fall AND spring rec registration.  Each Academy child will receive an Academy shirt that they will need to wear at each Academy session.  They will also get a spring rec uniform.   

How it Works

For Boys and Girls 






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Academy will be focusing on individual skill development.  This is for kids who are passionate about soccer and have skills that are consistently above average for their rec teams and/or are trying to get on a competitive team in the future.   Academy sessions will be overseen by licensed coaches and there will be specific skills each player will be working on mastering.   


There are no teams.  The approach of the Academy program is a "Festival"-type training environment, where all players train together, and then participate in game play at the end of the training session.  


In the spring, Academy kids will be placed on teams in the spring rec league.