Player Development Bridge (Ages 7-8)

 


All players will receive a Golden Boot Soccer t-shirt to celebrate our 20th anniversary season in 2018.
 
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 II (Late January-March)

Please note: The Wednesday Player Development Bridge class meets at Gesher, not the JCC. This class runs 1/24-3/7, with no skips.

The Sunday Bridge PLUS class at the JCC will skip March 18; the final class will be March 25.

Player Development Bridge  
Wednesdays  6:00-7:00 pm  1/24-3/7  Gesher Jewish Day School  $170 Click here to register NEW CLASS AND LOCATION!
Saturdays  10:00-11:00 am  2/3-3/17  Jewish Community Center  $170 Click here to register   
      
Player Development Bridge PLUS (two-hour class with cognitive, scrimmaging, and speed/agility work)  
Sundays  3:15-5:15 pm  2/4-3/25 (skip 3/18)  Jewish Community Center  $235 Click here to register   
 
 

Winter Session I (December-January, with no classes Dec. 18-Jan. 1)

Player Development Bridge  
Saturdays  10:00-11:00 am  12/2-1/27  Jewish Community Center  $170 Click here to register 
      
Player Development Bridge PLUS (two-hour class with cognitive, scrimmaging, and speed/agility work)  
Saturdays  5:30-7:30 pm  12/2-1/27  Jewish Community Center  $235 Click here to register
Sundays  3:15-5:15 pm  12/3-1/28  Jewish Community Center  $235 Click here to register 

 

Your child finished the fun introduction to the game of soccer in our Lil' Boots program and is ready to make the leap into the next level. However, getting to the next level is a gradual process. Exposing young players to activities and skills that are too advanced can be counter productive to their development and may even result in them quitting the game.

Young players ages 7-8 must go through an intermediate program that focuses on basic individual skills such as ball mastery and 1v1 moves.

Our new Player Development Bridge program is designed to do just that. It is the missing 'Bridge' between our LiL Boots program and the more advanced Player Development program and consists of age-appropriate activities that ensure a smooth transition to the next level.