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Our Advanced Training camps are designed for players with a competent grasp of soccer currently and those who wished to be challenged with like minded others. Our Advanced Junior cap is for players born 2009-2004 and our high school for players 2003-1999.
The session demands are high, with expectations for each player to have a strong technical base and an exceptional attitude for hard work and learning. Coaches will continue developing the players technique and base level of skill.
Tactical coaching working in overloaded situations and coached scrimmages - who/what/where/when/how/why method. Our aims are to improve technique, educate tactical principles and improve decision making ability.
Advanced Junior camps
We are looking for experienced and licensed soccer coaches for our summer soccer programs.
We have 8 weeks of summer and multiple camps each week in San Antonio and Austin. Wages are competitive and equipment is provided to you.
Apply online and a member of staff will get back to you.
Register to day and sign up for our annual 3v3 Blarney Blast tournament. This is a qualifying tournament to play at the Challenge Tour National tournament in Florida at the end of July.
Go to our 3v3 page and register today and for more information on the tournament. It promises to be a fantastic day of soccer and you can see photos and winners from 2016 tournament.
Our summer camps are open for registration now for 2017 and we look forward to another fantastic summer of soccer.
Click on the link below and register for a location and week of your choosing. We have camps for all players and each player will be challenged with our curriculum.
03/29/2017, 1:00pm CDT, By Laurence O'Toole
02/14/2017, 4:15pm CST, By Laurence O'Toole
02/14/2017, 3:30pm CST, By Laurence O'Toole
02/24/2016, 1:15pm CST, By Laurence O'Toole
06/17/2015, 12:15pm CDT, By WWS Manager
02/19/2014, 12:15pm CST, By Laurence O'Toole
01/24/2013, 4:45pm CST, By Facility Management