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First Kick starts September 10th & 11th!
Boys & Girls Ages 3-5

The program creates a fun, fast-paced learning environment for our youngest of soccer players. The goal of the program is to expose children to the game of soccer, while developing a variety of skill sets; physical, mental, and social. Basic soccer fundamentals are taught, footwork, ball-control and agility. The Kings Hammer staff is extremely accomplished and enthusiastic, offering the absolute best introductory soccer experience. This is a perfect program to get your child started on the "right foot"! The program is 6 weeks long and meets for 45 minutes every Wednesday at 10am or Thursday at 1pm and is $65. It will be held on the large indoor soccer field at Town & Country.

2014 Fall Session 1 Start Dates:     (Click Here to register)
Wednesday, September 10th 10:00am-10:45am
or
Thursday, September 11th 1:00pm-1:45pm

2014 Fall Session 2 Start Dates:  (Click Here to register)
(No training Nov. 26th Nov. 27th due to Thanksgiving).
Wednesday, October 22nd, 10:00am-10:45am
or
Thursday October 23rd, 1:00pm-1:45pm

 
Please bring a water bottle and a soccer ball each week.
First Kick starts September 10th & 11th!

The program creates a fun, fast-paced learning environment for our youngest of soccer players. The goal of the program is to expose children to the game of soccer, while developing a variety of skill sets; physical, mental, and social. Basic soccer fundamentals are taught, footwork, ball-control and agility. The Kings Hammer staff is extremely accomplished and enthusiastic, offering the absolute best introductory soccer experience. This is a perfect program to get your child started on the "right foot"! The program is 6 weeks long and meets for 45 minutes every Wednesday at 10am or Thursday at 1pm and is $65. It will be held on the large indoor soccer field at Town & Country.

2014 Fall Session 1 Start Dates:     (Click Here to register)
Wednesday, September 10th 10:00am-10:45am
or
Thursday, September 11th 1:00pm-1:45pm

2014 Fall Session 2 Start Dates:  (Click Here to register)
(No training Nov. 26th Nov. 27th due to Thanksgiving).
Wednesday, October 22nd, 10:00am-10:45am
or
Thursday October 23rd, 1:00pm-1:45pm

 
Please bring a water bottle and a soccer ball each week.
Quick Play Tuesday starts November 11th!

The emphasis of this camp is on developing and introducing skills specific to each  player.This camp challenges each player not by just understanding techniques but introducing topics such as first defender, 1v1 & 2v2 game situations and provide small sided games to maximize more ball touches for the everyday soccer player. Under the guidance of Tiffany Roberts, the QPT staff will provide an exciting, positive and energetic atmosphere that will keep the players involved and interested in the game of soccer.  Our staff will play an important roll in promoting the physical development and self confidence that is necessary for every child.  

 

Each session is an hour long and will meet every Tuesday on the indoor soccer field at Town & Country for 6 weeks. The cost is $90 per player and the first session will be onTuesday November 11th.

Ages 6-7: 5-6pm 
Ages 8-10: 6-7pm
Ages 11-12: 7-8pm
Ages 13-15: 8-9pm

CLICK HERE- to register
Striker School & Keeper Academy Striker School & Keeper Academy

Striker School

The emphasis of this camp is on how to properly strike the soccer ball. The camp will be based on attacking methods which will teach every player to solve problems in all areas of the field through developing technical mastery as well as creativity. The cost is $125 per player.

 


 
Keeper Academy

Keeper Academy is the only professionalized keeper camp in the area. The emphasis of this camp is to develop a well-rounded keeper, one that understands the physical as well as the mental aspect of the game. Keepers that attend will learn how to deal with a variety of situations throughout the game.  
Camp Curriculum:
All keepers will learn about the 4 pillars of goalkeeping throughout the week of camp.  The 4 pillars include technical, tactical, mental, and physical pieces of goalkeeping.  In this camp, all goalkeepers will learn the necessary techniques and tactics, through challenging and competitive training sessions.   Below are examples of the different types of pillars and building blocks that will go into a great week of youth camp.
Technical: Handling, Footwork, Distribution, Crosses, Breakaways and Shot Stopping
Tactical: Angel Play, Communication, Decision Making, Starting Positions, Reading Service and Restarts
Mental: Battling Adveristy, Training Culture, Leadership Qualities and Self Analysis
Physical: Warm-ups, Cool-downs, Flexibility and Coordination, Strength and Agility

 

All the Right Moves

The emphasis of this camp will be on dribbling to dominate the player’s opponent. Players will learn moves to free themselves up when covered by an opponent. Some elements ofStriker School will be in place as players will constantly be attacking the goal with breakaway training. The cost is $125 per player.

Player Academy

The emphasis of this camp is on a series of technical training sessions that are designed to meet the needs of your player’s level of play and individual abilities. This is a highly individual camp taught in an age group appropriate setting and addresses things not normally stressed during normal team training. Player Academy is only offered in the Summer. The cost is $125 per player.

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