What is the Madrid Academy?
The Madrid Academy is the developmental bridge between recreational soccer and competitive soccer. Our primary focus is individual player development with an emphasis not only on the technical skills, but also the knowledge of the game. The goal of the program is to develop a deep-rooted love for the game, as well as a basic understanding of the fundamentals necessary for a player to play soccer competently. The Academy builds upon earlier sessions and is designed to benefit both returning Academy players as well as new players.
The Madrid Academy follows a training curriculum that is innovative, challenging, and FUN. The unique structure of the Academy and the distinctive nature of the curriculum is conducive to optimum player development. The objective of the curriculum is to develop each of the four components of a player: Technical, Tactical, Physical, and Psychological in a progressive and age appropriate manner.
Who Should Attend?
The Madrid Academy is open to any player in the U8 – U14 age divisions who love soccer, have the desire and commitment to train and who are ready for the additional challenges the Academy presents. Your participation on an academy team does not commit you to the Madrid Premier Soccer Club, it is merely a great development soccer program that will allow your child to maximize their potential and enjoy the game of soccer to the greatest of their abilities.
What is the cost of the Madrid Academy?
The player fee for the 2015 Madrid Academy is $25.00 per player per month. This fee includes all training and a Madrid Academy training shirt.
Who Are the Madrid Academy Coaches?
We use experienced and licensed coaches and trainers to provide the academy player with the necessary tools to develop as a soccer player. Every coach in the Madrid Academy has or is working toward a national coaching license and has coaching experience. If interested, please contact the Madrid President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Madrid Academy trains twice weekly for approximately 1½ hours per session, usually on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The program typically runs from March to July of each year. At the end of the summer, the teams are disbanded and the players return to their respective recreation programs.
What to Wear
Grey training T-shirt, black shorts, and black soccer socks.
What to Bring
Shin guards, soccer cleats, ball, water, sweatshirt or jacket.
All players must have a signed waiver to attend the Madrid Soccer Academy trainings. Waivers will be made available at the field or you can download the below document, fill it out, sign it and bring it with you to the field.
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