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Developmental Model:

The Ontario Soccer Player Development Model is recommended for training grassroots players from the ages of U6-U12. The model allows for players to train in larger groups which help build a child's social network. 

When using the Player Development Model, players will travel in a group throughout the session from and activity to a game back to a activity.

Using the station approach we are able to cater the session to the individual needs of the player, which keeps the children engaged and motivated. With this method players will work at a station for a predetermined amount of time, travel to the next station while having a drink and be ready for the next station to start.

When dealing with large groups of players, multiple stations will be running at the same time. When this is the case all stations will start together and all stations will break together, creating a FUN and enjoyable environment for both players and coaches.

Stations can be created for any kind of activity ranging from physical literacy, individual ball work, passing and receiving all the way through to shooting or goalkeeping. For the game stations, coaches can get creative and have a regular 3 v 3 game, 4 goal soccer, end zone games or possession based games, basically any kind of game which places players against an opponent with a target as the goal.

Player Benefits:

  • Lots of variety
  • Opportunity to meet new friends
  • Work with different coaches
  • Lots of activity
  • Very little down time
  • Get to play the game while learning
  • Are able to express themselves
  • Creates an environment where they can fall in love with soccer
  • Caters to their various attention span's
  • Great learning environment
  • Access to the best available coaching at the club
  • Lots of Fun

Recreational soccer:
Recreational soccer is a great environment for fun and learning basic soccer skills . Any players new to the sport that are considering joining a recreational team should be made aware of the following:

  • Rec soccer is very affordable if you are interested in joining the sport.
  • Playing time is guaranteed. Every player who registers will play equally regardless of ability.
  • No tryouts are necessary to join a team. Players are randomly placed on teams. 
  • There are minimal practice days and recurring weekly games, making it easier on the family schedule. 

Sudbury Regional Soccer Association Affiliates

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Sponsored by Canada Soccer Association

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Sudbury Women's Soccer Club