Classics Eagles JDA is a program serving players ranging from ages U6-U9. Classics Eagles JDA offers an introductory level of play to young players seeking to learn more about the game of soccer. Through a mixture of exposure to a professionally coached training environment, and the opportunity to experience the game day environment, the Classics Eagles JDA experience is a positive and supportive way for young players to nurture their passion for soccer.
The JDA experience is special and serves an important role in helping players explore the game of soccer in way that aligns with a family’s and child’s personal, social and developmental needs/desires.
The 2018-19 program is open to players born between 2013 (U6) to 2010 (U9). Classics Eagles Executive Director, Mike Lentz, leads this program and shared "The Classics Eagles JDA is a special and unique opportunity for players who are excited about the game of soccer. Players grow in confidence as a result of the safe, fun and competitive environment. We challenge players to try new things and every single child has a chance to be successful in the JDA environment. The coaches and players smile, work hard and have FUN!"
The JDA experience has five primary objectives:
The player-first training & game environments will establish a strong foundation of ball skills, problem solving skills, game savvy, and understanding of the 1v1 attacking principles of soccer. The JDA experience will expose players to both technical training and small sided game environments designed to be FUN, dynamic and skill growth focused. This opportunity is open to any player who demonstrates a love for the game and is excited to learn, have fun and interact with like-minded players.
How do I register my child? Click the red Registration links (above or below) to sign-up for the Spring 2019 session.
What is the schedule? Players have the option of training 1 or 2 times per week. All players will participate in the game day experience.
Training Day Schedule
Game Day Experience
Can my child play in the local recreational league? Yes, players can play in their local recreational league. The JDA is designed to be a stand alone experience, or a program that supports players looking for more skill training.
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Contact Mike Lentz at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.