Soccer at a young age teaches motor, cognitive and social skills all while playing. When done correctly, players unknowingly train coordination, sense of balance and mobility, for example. To do this, the playful aspect in soccer must be maintained or else the little ones are quickly overwhelmed, tire quickly and lose the fun of playing soccer.
This is why we provide the Roseville Junior Foundation program for our youngest players because... Soccer at this young age has one primary focus: Having fun with the ball and introducing the children to the sport.
Children will benefit from this in everyday life too so it makes perfect sense to register your child for any type of soccer training.
What is the Roseville Juniors Foundation (6/7/8) Program?
The program is open to all boys and girls who have a desire to play soccer with emphasis on developing individual technical skills, basic tactical concepts and of course having fun!
In 2021: open to players born 2014, 2015 & 2016.
USSF B License
USSF D and former USL Pro Player
4v4 Coaching Director
Volunteer parents will have the opportunity to assist and learn throughout the sessions with the potential of becoming a head coach at the U9 age level. This is a great way to learn on the job & determine if coaching at the competitive level is something you wish to pursue.
Should you have any questions about the Roseville Premier U8 Academy Program or should you be interested in learning more about becoming a U8 Academy coach, then please email: email@example.com or fill out an application by clicking on the link below.
To sign up and assist with coaching the 678 program, click below: