|Who is Needham Soccer Club?|
|The Needham Soccer Club provides to the youth of Needham multi-faceted soccer programs that are age and skill appropriate and support physical and social development. The Club strives, for all players, to encourage passion and enthusiasm for the game of soccer and to promote respect for teammates, opponents, coaches, referees, fans and self. The Club is also committed to ongoing training and development for its coaches and referees as a means to further enhance the youth soccer experience in Needham. Find out more at: http://needhamsoccer.com|
|Who is Mass Athlete Performance?|
Mass Athlete Performance shares a similar philosophy as the Needham Soccer Club supporting physical and social development. Both are committed to train and develop local soccer players and the M.A.P Summer Academy is a great option this summer for all local youth players.
|How do I register?|
You may Register by clicking below:
|When do I have to register by?|
|Registration will close August 3rd but space is limited and will fill up.
Players from all Towns are welcome!
|What to bring?|
Half Day Campers
|What forms need to be completed?|
All Forms and requirements are detailed through a simple and easy registration process through NSC.
|MAP will be running Soccer Camps this summer focusing on Grades K-8 as an introduction and mastery of skill in a fun learning environment. This will be achieved through maximum ball contacts, expert coaching, and daily homework assignments. Our camp structure will create an environment that will keep players invested in their own development as well as offering teams the opportunity to train together ahead of their upcoming season. Each day will focus on a different topic and players will be assigned to a group based on age and ability levels.|
|During the four days of camp players will extensively cover new technical skills, the goal of each topic is to introduce, refine, and master the skill. On the final day of camp players will participate in Skills Challenges, to help gauge development, as well as an end of camp tournament and individual evaluations.
8:30- Team Warm-up
9:00- Group Demonstrations
10:20- Soccer Related Games
10:50- Instructional Small-sided Games
11:30- Half-Day Campers Released
Full Day Program
8:30- Team Warm-up
9:00- Group Skill Demonstration
10:00- Break and Skill Demonstration
10:20 - Skill Demonstration
10:50- Small-sided Games
11:30- Lunch and Rest
12:30- Team Building Games
1:30- Tactical Demonstration and Soccer Related Games
2:30- Team Matches
3:30- Full Day Campers Released (3:15 Monday)
Monday - Dribbling
Deceptive moves and feints to beat an opponent
Changes in direction to beat a player or create space
Wednesday- Passing and Receiving
Improve passing range and accuracy, and first touch to maintain possession of the ball
Thursday - Shooting
Striking techniques to score goals
Soccer OlympicsTournament Day