Programs

Individual Sessions are designed to focus on specific technical and tactical development in a one on one setting. Goalkeepers may focus on any aspect of their training and will receive specific feedback about their development throughout the session. Individual sessions can take place at a time and location that is convenient for the goalkeeper. These sessions last at least an hour and are priced at $50.

Joint Sessions are for two goalkeepers training together with similar technical ability. Generally these sessions are for two keepers who need to improve in similar areas. There is a 1 to 1 work to rest ratio while introducing a competitive environment between the two keepers. Having another keeper also makes the session more dynamic and match like. Joint sessions run for 60 to 90 minutes and are priced at $40 per keeper.

Small Group Sessions are designed for goalkeepers of similar age and training abilities. Small groups have an element of competitiveness to them as keeper’s challenge their training partners in all aspects of the session. They provide a more desirable work to rest ratio and also provide keeper’s the chance to learn from watching others. These sessions are fast paced and provide more match-like situations. Small group sessions tend to last 90 minutes or more and are priced at $30 per keeper with a 6 keeper limit.

High School Prep Camp The 2017 High School Prep Camp will take place at Covenant Park in Columbia over the weekend of July 29th and 30th. This camp is a 10 hour intensive camp, training from 9:30-12 and 2-4:30 each day, exposing goalkeepers to higher level decision making and execution in an elite training environment. The camp is open to goalkeepers in 8th grade and older and players will be subdivided to appropriate skill levels. Players are encouraged to have a basic technical foundation prior to attending camp. Camp is $175 for the full 2 days.

Intro to Goalkeeping This program runs in the spring based on player interest. The group is geared to goalkeepers between the ages of 5 and 8 and provides a strong technical foundation for young goalkeepers. The training covers the basics of footwork, catching, handling, diving, high balls, and when and how to come out to make the most saves and effectively reduce the risk of injury. Training will commence if there is interest of at least 4 goalkeepers in a group.