Summer Extra Trainings Technical+Move & Goal Keeper
Trainings every Wednesday through Aug. 16 at Glovers Park
Trainings every Monday through Aug. 14 at 11th Ave Park
MetaSport is hosting an exciting and education-packed overnight training camp for Meta players U11-U18 (birth year 2007 and older). The Summer Retreat invites team members to stay together, play together, eat together and learn together. The camp includes 720 minutes of training administered by renowned UEFA A Licensed Coach Kieran Smith.
Technical and Goal Keeper Trainings get under way for the spring beginning April 4 and run for six weeks. Tech trainings are for Meta players to get extra sessions from club coaches, who will focus on athletic development, technique & ball mastery, and goal keeping. Goal Keeper specialized trainings will be headed by Coach Jose Perez.
Fueling your body with the right amount of fluid and nutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins and fats will play a massive part in allowing you to reach your full potential in soccer. A nutritious diet is also vital in helping protect you from injuries and ensuring optimum recovery after training and matches.
It's time to register for the MetaMinis Spring program. MetaMinis is a skills and soccer IQ training program run by MetaSport Futbol Club. The MetaMinis pilot program is designed for kids born in 2009, 2010 and 2011. It's geared toward kids who like playing soccer, are planning to play recreation league, and who are ready for extra instruction in prep for a potential future in Academy League.
Don't miss all the club updates and news in the MetaSport FC December Newsletter.
It doesn't get much better than playing 2v2 in your Halloween costume. The MetaMinis rocked the 2v2 Costume Jamboree on Oct. 29. Thanks Coach Johnny Peppinger!
Looking for something fun to do on a lazy Saturday evening in November? MetaSport kids (and even brave parents) can register to play in this FIFA video game tournament, sponsored and hosted by the Microsoft Store at City Creek Center.
This year we hit the reset button on youth soccer in terms of rules: small-sided games; no headers before U12; and birth-year team groupings have all taken some getting used to. One of the difficulties with the birth-year mandates was determining where teams would fall in to alignment. Even more difficult was to assess where new teams should be placed as we no longer had an existing reference point. No one could really predict how teams would do relative to the competition.