These Saturday mornings, coed, programs are specifically geared for boys and girls born in 2013, 2014 or 2015. Children aged 4 will play in the U4 program and children aged 5 and 6 will participate in the U6 program. All sessions will be hosted at Bechtel Park indoor field. Our program aligns with Ontario Soccer’s LTPD Active Start program. The sessions will be lead by Parent Volunteers and supported with Skill Instructors under the leadership of WMSC Technical Director.
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WMSC utilizes volunteer coaches for our Recreational Soccer programs. Volunteering is a terrific way to get involved in soccer, while at the same time supporting your club and your community.
Coaches, if you are not the primary account holder in the PowerUp registration system, you are required to have an individual account with a unique email address. Once you have created your profile you can volunteer with the club by clicking the VOLUNTEER NOW in the main menu. Returning coaches – please use your current coaching profile.
U4 to U6 ACTIVE START – “Future Stars”
|Year of Birth||Division||Day*||Time* (Rotates Weekly)||Session Length||Dates||Location||Early Bird Fee until Sept 21||Fee after Sept 21|
|2015||U4||Saturday||9am, 10 am,||50 minutes||Oct 20, 2018 to Feb 9, 2019||Bechtel||$150||$175|
|2014 – 2013||U6||Saturday||
|50 minutes||Oct 20, 2018 to Feb 9, 2019||Bechtel||$150||$175|
*Dates and times subject to change based on field availability/registration numbers.*
*Sessions will not be held on long weekends.*
The objective of the Active Start program is to get children moving and keep them active. The physical curriculum involves adults and children in play activities that build basic fundamental movement skills such as: running- jumping- twisting- throwing- catching. Children are encouraged to enjoy becoming “friends with the ball” through fun and imaginative games and experiencing the following: running with the ball, stopping and changing direction with the ball, dribbling, kicking, shooting. More information regarding the program curriculum can be found here.
Long Term Player Development is Canada’s structure for athletic development broadly adopted by youth sports. Players in the Active Start phase should participate in a variety of activities. Swimming and well-structured gymnastics programs are recommended to enhance the full range of basic movement skills and physical literacy.
2018-19 INDOOR RECREATIONAL CURRICULUM
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|Session Three||Session Four|
|Session Five||Session Six|
|Session Seven||Session Eight|
|Session Nine||Session Ten|
Please click here to access your child’s PowerUp schedule. Schedules will be available on or about October 10th. To view schedules by division, select a category and division then click Go. To view a team schedule, select category, division AND the desired team.
- Volunteer coach directed session
- Technical Skill Instructors leadership during each session
- Each player receives a full uniform (shirt, shorts, socks)
- Each player receives a participation medal at the end of the season
- Quality indoor facilities
- Curriculum to support volunteer coaches
WMSC will make every effort to accommodate placement on a team with ONE other registered player if submitted by the September 21st deadline. All teammate requests must be one-to-one reciprocated requests. One-sided requests will not be considered. Should you have special circumstances or medical conditions that merit special consideration, please provide a note in writing once your registration has been completed. WMSC Teammate Request Policy
This webinar, 4 Corner Holistic Development Model, is intended for Coaches and Technical Directors and will include techniques in a practice environment, how to implement the 4 corners at your club and build on the previous May 27 webinar.