Positive Touch Footskills (Ages 9-14)

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single dribble. And undeniably, the most important skill of soccer is touch.

Positive Touch help players master their "Touch" on the ball. This kind of touch quality means there is no soccer skill a player cannot learn. Positive Touch lays the foundation to every dribbling move, every pass, and every kind of shot. The camp is designed to give players thousands of touches on the ball as well as to teach creative moves and footwork. Players equipped with soft touch on the ball and quality dribbling skills undoubtedly improves player confidence and makes them better players.


  •     Helps to become a finesse, crafty and creative player.
  •     Learn new moves, faints and tricks.
  •     Develop great 1 vs. 1 skills.
  •     Master individual dribbling skills in a group setting.
  •     Improve first touch on the ball.
  •     Enhance the ability to play with both feet.
  •     Develop soccer-related cognitive skills.

 All players will receive a Golden Boot Soccer shirt! It's our way of celebrating over 20 years connecting young players with this beautiful game.







Gesher Jewish Day School

4800 Mattie Moore Ct.


2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

April 5 - May 17



St. Luke Catholic School

7001 Georgetown Pike


5:15 - 6:15 p.m.

April 5 - May 31

(no classes April 12 and May 24)

StreetSoccer Stay-and-Play: All players registered for our Positive Touch Footskills (ages 9-14) classes at both locations can stay for an extra half-hour of StreetSoccer completely free! This bonus time will feature a variety of fun pickup-style games using different size teams, goals and balls. This "hidden curriculum" creates a fun, low-stakes environment where players improve creativity, ball control, 1 vs. 1 skills, and confidence.
StreetSoccer at Gesher will run 3:00-3:30. StreetSoccer at St. Luke will run 6:15-6:45.