Art of Scoring Goals (Ages 9-11)

Registration for both Winter I and Winter II programs is open.

Each player will receive a Golden Boot Soccer t-shirt. It's our way of celebrating more than 20 years connecting young players with the beautiful game. Classes will be held at the JCC of Northern Virginia, 8900 Little River Turnpike in Fairfax.

When a program is full, we start a waitlist. If you are interested in a full class, we encourage you to register for the waitlist, as spots may open up or a new section may be created. If we are unable to accommodate your player, we will issue a full refund of your registration fee.


Winter Session I

Thursdays  12/5-1/23 (skip 12/26)
 5:45-6:45 pm Jewish Community Center, Fairfax $190 Click here to register


Winter Session II


 5:45-6:45 pm

 1/30-3/12 Jewish Community Center, Fairfax  $190 Click here to register

 11:15 am-12:15 pm

Jewish Community Center, Fairfax  $190 Click here to register

Scoring goals is the most important and difficult skill in soccer. It requires solid technical skills as well as the ability to get into scoring positions. Our Art of Scoring Goals program focuses on developing these skills by incorporating a variety of finishing activities as well as scoring-related cognitive training. The program includes shooting drills that focus on game-related scenarios as well as creative scrimmages and much more.

While we can't guarantee anyone will win the Golden Boot award, we can ensure that players improve their ability to score goals and play a more significant role in their team's attacking play. Since goals are scored by players who play in different positions, the program is suitable for all soccer players, not just for forwards.


  •     Improve overall shooting and finishing techniques.
  •     Enhance power and accuracy of the shot.
  •     Develop an ability to get into scoring positions.
  •     Improve confidence, awareness, and concentration in front of the goal.
  •     Learn goalkeepers' vulnerabilities.
  •     Increase the chances of putting the ball in the back of the net.