Developmental Soccer Training
Between the ages of nine and eleven it is most important that players feel competent about their ability to execute skills and perform well in comparison to their peers. Although ideas of competency develop at a much younger age, I have found as a coach that players ages nine to eleven have a much keener sense of their capabilities versus those around them. With developmental soccer training, the aim is to teach ball mastery, coordination, agility, technique, and balance, all while building confidence and motivation so that young soccer players can feel competent. Since this style of training requires a more individualized approach, Ferranti Empowerment will only work with individuals or small groups up to 10 players.
- Physical assessment in areas of agility, technique, ball skills, strike on ball, balance, and coordination
- Sessions are designed to build soccer skills with an emphasis on cognitive and emotional awareness
- Weekly 50-minute sessions OR group camps
- Price varies based on small group numbers