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2012 BEST Soccer LYS Clinics
BEST Soccer Clinics
Our curricula will help improve your child's soccer skills and knowledge in a safe, fun and educational environment.
Ages 5 & 6: Players learn the importance of a good warm up through fun games and activities. The coaches will develop the basic foot skills, passing and shooting through structured games with every player actively involved.
Players will also learn the basics of soccer match play via 3v3 tournaments focusing on positions, start of play and dead ball situations. The games and matches develop safe play, teamwork, communication and interest in soccer while still having lots of FUN!!
Ages 7 and above: As players learn and grasp the basic fundamentals of soccer, focus can shift towards the WHEN WHERE and WHY in order to get a better understanding of the game of soccer. For example, the player will learn WHEN to dribble, WHERE to dribble and WHY we dribble.
The coaches ensure that foot skills, passing and shooting are reinforced and developed through a variety of coaching activities. Conditioned games (4v4, 5v5 and 6v6) are used to focus on the WHEN, WHERE and WHY we perform certain skills. The players will also develop their positional sense and spacial awareness in a tournament played at the end of every session. Players will be divided by age and skill level to ensure an appropriate environment for a challenging and fun camp week.
APRIL VACATION SOCCER CAMP April 16- April 20 Lincoln Youth Soccer Brooks Field Half Day 9:00am -12:00pm (ages 5 & above) $160 Free BEST soccer ball and t-shirt! Register: www.lincolntown.org/depts/rec.htm
SUMMER SOCCER CAMPS
June 25 – June 29 Lincoln Youth Soccer Brooks Field Half Day 9:00am -12:00pm (ages 5 & above) $160 Full Day 9:00am -3:00pm (ages 7 & above) $275 Free BEST soccer ball and t-shirt!
August 13 – August 17 Lincoln Youth Soccer Brooks Field Half Day 9:00am – 12:00pm (ages 5 & above) $160 Full Day 9:00am – 3:00pm (ages 7 & above) $275 Free BEST soccer ball and t-shirt!
Friday, October 14
LYS Celebration Day
Come on down and have some fun with your friends and family.
Lincoln Public School
LYS Celebration Day’s calendar of events:
3:00 – 5:30 Mini soccer course – The idea is to complete each station and earn as many points as possible. Prizes will be awarded to the top scoring player of each age group. LYS is also collecting used sporting good equipment for Dream Big! Read below for more details.
3:15 – 3:30 Kindergarten – 2nd grades - Penalty kicks against Ross
3:30 – 3:45 3rd and 4th grades - Penalty kicks against Ross
3:45 – 4:00 5th and 6th grades - Penalty kicks against Ross
4:00 – 4:30 Kindergarten to 2nd grades - Pick- up game – kids vs. parents
4:30 – 5:00 3rd grade and up – Pick-up game – kids vs. parents
3:00 – 5:30 – Food will be served until it is all gone.
If you want to lend a hand with organizing or just want more information contact Katie Bigelow at email@example.com.
I hope you can make it!
LYS Skill Sessions
LYS offers B.E.S.T. Soccer skill sessions to all registered LYS players.
Thursday, April 15
In-Town Soccer Weather guidelines
When the weather is supposed to be rainy and cold there is a rule of thumb regarding when In-Town Soccer will play.
First, check the Lincoln Recreation Department web site. If the fields are open as of 7 a.m. on Saturday morning, then you should assume that soccer practice will be offered.
There are certain situations in which the decision is made to cancel soccer practice in advance, and generally that decision is announced via email on Friday night - sometimes late.
So in addition to checking the Lincoln Rec Dept web site on Saturday morning, check your email for a rain announcement.
So far it looks like we will be offering In-Town Soccer this Saturday morning.
Call or email Chris Perry, In-Town Coordinator, with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org; home 781-259-1180; cell 617-821-1516