Carlsbad United’s New Partnership With Coerver Coaching
Carlsbad United F.C. partners with Coerver Coaching to help youth soccer players succeed. Added training program to enhance player development.
Youth Soccer News: On May 2nd, 2015, Carlsbad United F.C. held their 2nd annual ‘Coach Education Day’. Coaching wise, the event was the official kick off for the 2015/16 season and included a classroom and field session(s) that covered the main aspects of the club curriculum. These vital sessions allow our coaches to provide a uniform and consistent soccer education to all competitive players within the club.
During the Coaches Education Day, Carlsbad United F.C. also revealed their new partnership with Coerver Coaching. Coerver Coaching is a global football coaching program inspired by the teachings of Wiel Coerver and created in 1984 by Alfred Galustian and Chelsea great, Charlie Cooke. Coerver was established to provide the finest in-depth soccer skills training, to sponsor innovative competitions which challenge players’ technical abilities, and to serve as a resource for parents, coaches and clubs who recognize the need for “Skillful Players First”.
The partnership will include exclusive access for all competitive players and coaches to the extensive Coerver Coaching Library. This library will not only enable coaches to plan more consistent and structured Coerver based sessions, but also through visual tools such as video demonstrations, provide easily digestible set skills homework to our players.
Jason Aldous, from Coerver San Diego, guided the coaches through sample footwork exercises and drills.
“Our partnership with Coerver Coaching solidifies Carlsbad United’s commitment to individual player development, and reinforces our focus on technical development at the younger ages, said Technical Director, Steve Cowell. “Partnering with the number one skills training method in the world will help our players to build their technical foundation and makes their long term athletic development a priority, which can sometimes be overlooked in the “win at all costs” environment we often see in youth soccer.”
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