Winter – Under 10/11 Skill Centre

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For more information on the new Skill Centre Festival League UDFC is hosting a meeting – October 2nd 6pm @ Woodlawn Auditorium 

Our U10 & U11 Skill Centre programs are designed to provide the players with a fun, social experience that continues to grow a love for soccer as well as continuing to teach the basic skills, and tactics of soccer. Practices will be based on the Skill Centre model where the players are split into groups each week, playing a series of games and drills to develop soccer skills. The players can then test these skills in weekly games Vs other clubs in the NSSL.

Birth Years

  • Under 10 – 2010
  • Under 11 – 2009

Fees

$440Register Online

Multi-Sport

  • $340  Register Online
  • All Multi-Sport/Activity Programs include all of the practices of the full program but only half of the games / Skill Centre Jamboree weekends.

Practices

  • 2 / week – 1 hour in length
  • Day/Time: either be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Fridays
  • Could start as early as 5:30pm

Locations

  • 1 Practice – Dartmouth / Cole Harbour / Eastern Passage gym (TBD)
  • 1 Practice on East Coast Varsity (half of 11-aside field) – 1 hour on 1/2 turf may be substituted for 1.5 hours on a 1/3 of a turf and vice versa

Dates

October 21 and runs through May 13 (19 weeks)
Break – December 20th– Jan 6th

Games

Potential league format change. Jamborees instead of games. 

  • Play 7-aside
  • 12 jamborees total between Nov-March. They are on most weekends except for holiday long weekends and 2-3 week break over Christmas. (Girls one weekend day, boys the other)
  • Three (3) x25 minute games:
    • Sunday: U10 girls (7-9am), U11 girls (9-11am), U10 boys (11-1pm) U11 boys (1-3pm)
      *slots are subject to change based on # of teams per division, but will always remain in same order
  • Referees at U10, U11

Coaches

Head coach of these programs will be a CSA qualified Head Coach or appropriately qualified volunteer.


* In exceptional cases it may be recommended that a player move into the Community program if the Director of Soccer feels the child would be more successful at this level. **Out of respect for the coaches and the other players on the team, it is expected that all players will be at games and practices unless they have let the coach know (with reasonable notice) that they will be absent.

Additional Information

 


 

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