This one sells out lightning quick!
For the 13th year, the return of HGR’s Soccer Foot Skills program happens November 3 – December 17, 2021, and as always, classes fill up and sell out early. One of the reasons is that we keep the classes small, so individual attention can happen. No more than 24 players will be included in any class.
This season we are offering 11 classes a week, set up for U8 – U18, for six weeks.
As always, we have the honor of expert coaching by Roland Dudney, who has been the director of HGR’s soccer program from the beginning (2009). He has been responsible for the tremendous demand for the program, and the reputation that makes the program so successful.
Back in 2013, HGR founder and president Bryan Brazill, had this to say about the then 4-year-old Soccer Foot Skills program:
The program is now in extremely high demand. I think the reason for that is that there’s just an instructor, a kid, and his or her soccer ball. There’s no game—there’s no winning or losing. […] Every child can get what they want out of the class because each one can push themselves to their own level. Roland will facilitate whatever level that is, whether a child just wants to have fun and kick the ball around for an hour, or they want to get a lot better whether they’re 4 or 13 or playing travel soccer or last person off the bench—they’re going to get better. To what degree is up to each child in large part, and what they’re willing to take in from Roland.
Having no winner and no loser, and no one going home sad or mad at a Ref leaves a lot of room for high-energy learning. Roland keeps the atmosphere light and extremely fun while getting in very high-level teaching; that’s his gift. The positive feedback we’ve gotten from parents on the amount of improvement they’ve seen in their son or daughter is a testament to that.[…] Everybody gets out of the program what they’re looking to get out of the program, which is just to get better at their foot skills.
Registration is OPEN, and as I said, classes fill up fast. Sign up early to get in on the productive fun.
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