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Keremeos Pinnacles Spring Soccer Program

Youth Program

2011-2005

All programs take place during the spring from April to June.

Keremeos Pinnacles Youth Program 2011-2005

  • Players born 2011-2005

Players will continue to develop their understanding of the principles of the game.  They will participate in one training session and one game per week.

League games will be played in Penticton, Summerland, Oliver, Osoyoos and Keremeos.

U11-U15 Training days and times are determined by the team coaches.

U9U10 Training fields: Penticton KP, Summerland DM, Oliver Tuc el Nuit, Osoyoos OES and Keremeos TBD

Youth players must wear cleats and shin guards.

Players will receive: Soccer Jersey, Soccer Socks, Soccer Shorts and Digital Download team + individual picture

Games : U9U10 6v6 and U11-U15 8v8

  • Increased skill development and greater understanding of the game
  • More ball touches
  • Increased player involvement in all aspects of the game, offensive and defensive
  • More action in front of the net
  • Help players learn how to communication better and how to be more useful in every game situation even without the ball
  • More teams in each league

2011 & 2010 U9/U10 Boys

Training Day    TBD

Game Day    Saturday 10:30-11:30 fields TBD

2011 & 2010 U9/U10 Girls

Training Day    TBD

Game Day    Saturday  11:30-12:30 fields TBD

2009 & 2008 U11/U12 Boys and Girls

Training Day  COACH TO DETERMINE

Game Day    Saturday  11:30-12:30 fields TBD

2007-2005 U13-U15 Boys and Girls

Training Day  COACH TO DETERMINE

Game Day    Saturday  12:30-1:30 fields TBD

 

2004-2002 U16-U18 Boys and Girls

CANCELLED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT

 

**Age groups, training times and locations subject to change based on registration numbers**

 

 

 

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Contact Info

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778-476-5888

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