WNB Timbers Winter Academy Starts

 

The Northbay YSL Fall Academy Starts November 9! 

ONLINE REGISTRATION OPEN!  We will also accept walk in registrations at the field. 

 

Winter session begins November 9 and ends February 26 . REGISTER EARLY!

All classes are from 5:00 – 6:00pm 

Mondays & Thursdays

Thigpen Futsal Courts, 298 Crescent Drive, Novato CA 94949

No training 11/23, 12/25, or 1/1     No refunds for any rain cancelations

NO CLEATS - INDOOR OR TENNIS SHOES 

 Cost:  $300 for one payment            

           $340 for 2 payments

           $20/per class for drop in

Includes training shirt for new players!

10% sibling discount

10% discount for returning players

 

North Bay Timbers top training staff invites you to take part in a high intensity, challenging and knowledgeable program that will increase your:

Technical Footwork                                               Strength and Endurance

1 v 1 skills                                                               First touch and quick turns

Game Playing positioning                                     Agility and Speed

For the recreational player the goal of the NBYSL Academy is to provide players ages 4-11 a developmental bridge between recreational soccer and select soccer. At the NBYSL Academy players will adhere to a curriculum that will provide all the tools necessary to develop as a soccer player.  Selected players will be invited to the Timbers Competitive Program.   The purpose of the  Northbay YSL Academy is to build upon soccer skills gained in recreational programs and to grow a love of the game. The Northbay YSL Academy is not meant to replace a player's participation in recreational soccer - it is expected that all players will participate in recreational soccer in addition to participating in the academy.

 

Questions? Contact us at academy@northbayysl.com or call 415-497-2314

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"Young players need freedom of expression to develop as creative players... they should be encouraged to try skills without fear of failure."

 

Arsene Wenger