Euro Soccer USA’s Weekend Toddler Soccer – Coming to Orlando on September 9th!
The toddler groups age 18 Months – 3 years receive an introduction to soccer with imaginative games focused on ball control and shooting.
Euro Soccer USA offers weekly, year-round, 10-12-week soccer training sessions for students ages 18 months through 3 years. We know that each child is taught and motivated differently, and we are confident that our professional soccer training program will successfully engage and motivate your child! We proudly provide professional, licensed instructors from around the world with soccer science credentials, providing European-style soccer training for basic, intermediate, and elite levels. Our commitment to creating a fun, safe environment for every child, with an ideal level of competitiveness results in quick skill improvement and enhanced game awareness.
Soccer Science Graduate & UEFA B License Coach Denver Newton with 35+ years of experience and his coaches have created the ideal platform for beginner, intermediate and competitive level young soccer players to increase their skill level and game awareness.
Reserve your child’s place in what will be their most rewarding soccer experiences. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions about this program. Enrollment is always open – we hope to hear from you soon!
Below please find information & instructions for your child’s soccer classes:
Safety: For the safety and well-being of your child a parent/guardian must be present at all times.
Attire: Shorts & T-shirts are best, colors don’t matter, as we have different colored practice vests for games. Age 4+: Cleats and shin guards with socks are required (No uniform; colored pinnies are provided for team games, etc.)
Nutrition: Prepare your child the way you would normally prepare them for sporting or exercise activities. Allow ample time for food to settle before practice begins.
Hydration: Dehydration is a common cause of energy depletion and can be avoided by simply drinking water frequently before, during, and after practice.
Getting to the field: Plan to arrive 10 minutes before the class begins; this way your child is ready to start at the beginning of practice and not trying to catch up.
For the safety and well-being of your child, a parent/guardian must be present at all times.