Did you know that every time your child touches a soccer ball they improve their skills as soccer players? In AYSO Region 20 we want our children/players to have every opportunity to really develop in the short time we have them in the Fall, so we are providing an additional evening of soccer instruction EVERY MONDAY!
Monday Night Opening Training (MOT) is back and begins on 9/18/17! MOT brings a combination of professional soccer trainers sponsor by Coerver and the UCLA Women Varsity soccer players helping to train our children in the fundamentals of soccer while they build community with players across teams. This program is OPEN TO REGISTERED REGION 20 BOYS & GIRLS with a 2010 (8U) to 2002 (16U) birth year. The program extends for 8 weeks during the core season and is included in your registration……in other words…it is FREE! Just remember to print and bring a wet signed (not copied) Medical Release form for your child.
JOIN US FOR ANOTHER AWESOME SEASON WITH THE HIGHEST QUALITY TRAINING!
WHO? All registered Region 20 players born 2002-2010
WHAT? Free training by guest coaches
U5-U10 Check in 5:15-5:45pm Training 5:45 – 6:45 pm
U12 – U19 Check in 6:45-7:00pm Training 7:00 – 8:30 pm
PLEASE NOTE: You may come and leave at any time during your assigned time slot.
WHERE? JOHN ADAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL FIELDS (16th Street & Ocean Park Blvd.)
Here is what you need to bring:
1. A wet signed (not copied) Medical Release form for your child. (you only need to bring this the first time your child attends MOT – after that they will be able to check in on their own).
2. A soccer ball for your child, marked with his or her name on it in permanent ink.
3. Water for your child. (Water ONLY is enforced at JAMS)
4. Shin guards for your child
COACHES – We highly recommend that all coaches attend the trainings to observe. This is your chance to observe another trainer working with your players’ age group.
PARENTS – We kindly request that you wait for your child off the field. If you will be dropping your child off, please be on time to pick them up. 25
If your child is interested in becoming a better player AND would like the opportunity to make new friends, we hope you will consider adjusting your busy schedules to allow them to attend.