(312) 731-4876

Sycamore, IL, USA

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TRAIN

WITH PURPOSE

Soccer Skills School

"WHAT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE TODAY WILL SOON BECOME YOUR WARM-UP"

 

OUR

PHILOSOPHY

 

Soccer Skills School’s training philosophy is specifically designed to develop the skills that players from the United States typically do not get from team practices, or games.

ABOUT

OUR COACHES

Coach Mike has been training soccer players professionally for nearly 10 years.  Previous to moving to Sycamore and starting Soccer Skills School, he trained players privately in Chicago and Oak Park.  Coach Mike is licensed by the US Soccer Federation but mostly incorporates a blend of Dutch, German, and Brazillian skill development methods.

"Coach Mike is a really good coach. He pays attention to your strengths and weaknesses. Then he finds creative ways to improve your weaknesses and thrive on your strengths."

 

WHAT

PARENTS ARE

SAYING

 

Our winter offseason training academy runs from November - March

This winter we have 2 indoor training locations & intermediate and advanced training levels

9 WEEKS

8 WEEKS

17 WEEKS

 

 

TRAINING

LEVELS

 

Level 7 - elite

Ages 14 +:  for high school players who are serious about improving and are looking for an elite level of training

Level 6

Ages 11-13: for middle school players who love the game and aren't afraid to do what it takes to be great.

Level 5 - advanced

Ages 8-10: This level is for players who are more skilled and have a desire to be great players.  The technical skills taught and practiced in this level are more difficult than the intermediate level.  Players need to come prepared to work hard and be challenged.  If you are a beginner, this level is not for you.

Level 4 - intermediate

Ages 8-10: This level is for players who are new to the game or players who love soccer and are looking for basic skill development in an environment focused on fun.  Players in this intermediate level will get exposure to basic technical soccer training with a healthy dose of fun and games mixed in.

Level 3

Age 7: Players begin to work on more difficult technical skills as well as positional field play, weak foot training and juggling

Level 2

Age 6: an introduction to basic technical trainingwith a healthy dose of fun and games

Level 1

Ages 4-5: a structured program for young players who love to run, kick and dribble and have a blast while building confidence and learning the fundamentals