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Sporting Kansas City Soccer Schools cultivates a true learning environment that is designed to enhance the skills and fundamentals of soccer players at the recreational and competitive levels. Course offerings (4-18 years-old) consist of basic technical programs that progress into more advanced tactical application. Our curriculum, in line with the USSF, focuses on the four major components of youth soccer: technical, tactical, physical and psychosocial. Through the same values and expectations as our Senior Team and Development Academy, Sporting KC Soccer Schools nurture homegrown talent, prepare players to be students of the game and teach them how to #PlayTheSportingWay!

2016 Schedule

Advanced Skills & Development 
Overland Park Soccer Complex
Boys & Girls 6-14 years-old
March 14-17th (Monday-Thursday)
Competitive
Curriculum and programming primarily devoted to improving technically, tactically, physically and psychosocially with an emphasis of growing through competition. The purpose of competitive programming in SKCSS is to provide an opportunity for participants to be challenged, further development and knowledge of the game and to have supplemental training helping players reach the next level of play such as Academy, high school varsity teams and collegiate level.
  Foot Skills
Fast Feet, Moves, Turns
  Dribbling
Shielding, Speed, Control
  Passing
Receiving, First Touch, Support, Penetration, Mobility
Skills & Development 
Swope Soccer Village
Boys & Girls 6-14 years-old 
March 21-24th (Monday-Thursday)
   Foot Skills
Fast Feet, Moves, Turns
  Dribbling
Shielding, Speed, Control
  Passing
Receiving, First Touch, Support, Penetration, Mobility
Speed & Play 
Swope Soccer Village
Boys & Girls 10-18 years-old
March 28-May 2nd (MONDAYS ONLY)
Competitive
Curriculum and programming primarily devoted to improving technically, tactically, physically and psychosocially with an emphasis of growing through competition. The purpose of competitive programming in SKCSS is to provide an opportunity for participants to be challenged, further development and knowledge of the game and to have supplemental training helping players reach the next level of play such as Academy, high school varsity teams and collegiate level.
   Foot Skills
Fast Feet, Moves, Turns
Sporting Play
Creating triangles & diagonal passing lanes, Speed of the ball, Movement off the ball, Create superiority in numbers
Shooting & Finishing  
Swope Soccer Village
Boys & Girls 6-14 years-old
Goalkeepers Welcome!
June 6-9th (Monday-Thursday)
Recreational
Curriculum and programming primarily devoted to the enjoyment and development of soccer players, without the emphasis on travel or high level competition. The purpose of recreational programming in SKCSS is to provide an opportunity for the participants to have fun, learn the sport and to build confidence in reaching the next level of play such as travel, select or club.
  Striker
Mechanics, Technique, Attacking, Power vs. Placement
  Attacking
Penetration, Support, Width, Mobility, Improvisation
  Goalkeeper
Footwork, Positioning, Cushioning, Dividing, Uncatchable, Breakaway, Distribution
Advanced Dribbling & Passing  
Overland Park Soccer Complex
Boys & Girls 4-14 years-old
June 13-16th (Monday-Thursday)
Competitive
Curriculum and programming primarily devoted to improving technically, tactically, physically and psychosocially with an emphasis of growing through competition. The purpose of competitive programming in SKCSS is to provide an opportunity for participants to be challenged, further development and knowledge of the game and to have supplemental training helping players reach the next level of play such as Academy, high school varsity teams and collegiate level.
  Dribbling
Shielding, Speed, Control
  Passing
Receiving, First Touch, Support, Penetration, Mobility
 
Dribbling & Passing 
St Teresa’s Academy
Boys & Girls 4-14 years-old
June 20-23rd (Monday-Thursday)
Recreational
Curriculum and programming primarily devoted to the enjoyment and development of soccer players, without the emphasis on travel or high level competition. The purpose of recreational programming in SKCSS is to provide an opportunity for the participants to have fun, learn the sport and to build confidence in reaching the next level of play such as travel, select or club.
  
Dribbling
Shielding, Speed, Control
Passing
Receiving, First Touch, Support, Penetration, Mobility
Advanced Attacking & Defending 
Overland Park Soccer Complex
Boys & Girls 4-14 years-old
July 11-14th (Monday-Thursday)
Competitive
Curriculum and programming primarily devoted to improving technically, tactically, physically and psychosocially with an emphasis of growing through competition. The purpose of competitive programming in SKCSS is to provide an opportunity for participants to be challenged, further development and knowledge of the game and to have supplemental training helping players reach the next level of play such as Academy, high school varsity teams and collegiate level.
  Attacking
Penetration, Support, Width, Mobility, Improvisation
  Defending
Pressure, Delay, Cover, Compactness, Control & Restraint
  Sporting Play
Creating triangles & diagonal passing lanes, Speed of the ball, Movement off the ball, Create superiority in numbers
Attacking & Defending 
St Teresa’s Academy
Boys & Girls 4-14 years-old
July 18-21st (Monday-Thursday)
Recreational
Curriculum and programming primarily devoted to the enjoyment and development of soccer players, without the emphasis on travel or high level competition. The purpose of recreational programming in SKCSS is to provide an opportunity for the participants to have fun, learn the sport and to build confidence in reaching the next level of play such as travel, select or club.
  Attacking
Penetration, Support, Width, Mobility, Improvisation
   Defending
Pressure, Delay, Cover, Compactness, Control & Restraint
  Sporting Play
Creating triangles & diagonal passing lanes, Speed of the ball, Movement off the ball, Create superiority in numbers
Goalkeeper & Striker Training 
Swope Soccer Village
Boys & Girls 10-18 years-old
July 25-27th (Monday-Wednesday)
Competitive
Curriculum and programming primarily devoted to improving technically, tactically, physically and psychosocially with an emphasis of growing through competition. The purpose of competitive programming in SKCSS is to provide an opportunity for participants to be challenged, further development and knowledge of the game and to have supplemental training helping players reach the next level of play such as Academy, high school varsity teams and collegiate level.
Goalkeeper
Footwork, Positioning, Cushioning, Diving, Uncatchable, Breakaway, Distribution
Striker
Mechanics, Technique, Attacking, Power vs. Placement
  Sporting Play
Creating triangles & diagonal passing lanes, Speed of the ball, Movement off the ball, Create superiority in numbers

   For more information email tmcmanus@sportingkc.com or call (913) 387-3883