Junior Aces

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Congratulations, Arlington Aces U15 Girls

Congratulations to our Arlington Aces U15 Girls on winning the National Championship at the 2018 Presidents Cup in Westfield, IN.

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Junior Aces

Junior Aces is a player-centered program designed for children 5-10 years old. Our licensed, professional coaches focus on developing each player's individual mastery of the ball through fun, skill-building activities and games.

The Junior Aces program approach is that of one big TEAM... players have the opportunity to:

  • Train, compete, and socialize with a large group of players

  • Develop friendships and learn cooperative play

  • Compete with and learn from players of similar ages and skill level

  • Develop their skills and enjoy the game of soccer free from scores and standings

    For more information please contact Chip Lemberg.


 

Fall Registration is currently open

All players will receive a NEW uniform this season.  Codes have been updated to show the fee change.

Codes for RETURN players, fee now includes a uniform

Dates

Practice day

Practice time

Practice location

Fee

Code

9/10 - 10/27

Mondays

5-6pm

Thomas Middle School

$200

19714

9/11 - 10/28

Tuesdays

5-6pm

Thomas Middle School

$200

19715

9/13 - 10/30

Thursdays

5-6pm

Thomas Middle School

$200

19716

 

Codes for NEW players, fee includes uniform

Dates Practice day Practice time Practice location Fee Code
9/10 - 10/27 Mondays 5-6pm

 Thomas Middle School

$200 16841
9/11 - 10/28 Tuesdays 5-6pm

Thomas Middle School

$200 16839
9/13 - 10/30 Thursdays 5-6pm Thomas Middle School $200 16840

 

One hour games are scheduled on Saturdays at Thomas Middle School between 12:30 and 2:30pm.


Training Philosophy for our Junior Aces Program

Children should be having fun with the ball. The most fundamental skill in soccer is individual mastery of the ball and the creativity that comes with it. As this skill is mastered, the rest of the game becomes easier. Our training is focused on developing the skills necessary for players to move and control the ball well through a variety of game orientated activities. At this age, the primary goal is to make each player's soccer experience so enjoyable that, when given a choice of activities, he or she will choose to play soccer on his or her own.

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