Midwest City Soccer Club

U7-U10 Academy

Have a player born 2010-2013 that may be interested in joining one of our academy teams? Maybe you just want to meet the coaches and see what Academy is all about. Bring your player and join us for our spring academy day on Feb 23rd from 2-3pm.

2010 Girls- Field 7
2010 Boys- Field 6
2011 Girls- Field 9
2011 Boys- Field 10
2012 Boys and Girls- Field 5
2013 Boys and Girls- Field 15

Please register for FREE at this link so we can get a head count.

If you are interested in joining an Academy team,
 or have questions, 
contact Steve Scott at Academy@mwcsoccer.org

You must agree to THIS Financial Agreement

Thanks to our 3v3 tournament,
we even have player scholarships available.
These are limited, so turn THIS form in ASAP.

The Midwest City Soccer Club Academy Program is open to anyone who wishes to join in U7 to U10. There are no try-outs for this program. Academy is for the player that wants to have an additional level of training and to play in a more competitive environment. Think of it as private soccer lessons, for the team.

   The Academy program is able to provide each player training with players of similar ability. The program is also able to provide a consistent level of competition in each game. With the practices and games, the program assures a more consistently competitive environment than that of the recreational leagues. The emphasis is on development, not winning, losing or how many goals are scored.
   The focus of the Academy is to teach the players the necessary technical skills to compete at the next level. This will include proper dribbling, passing, shooting, and receiving techniques. Other skills we emphasize are agility, speed training and goal keeping. Due to the knowledge and experience of the  staff and like abilities of the players at practice and games the individual is constantly challenged. We hope with providing this environment and challenges each player will excel to the next level of play.
   The Academy is staffed with USSF nationally licensed coaches. Each has a minimum National “D” or National Youth License, or is enrolled in future courses to accomplish this. The staff uses positive and creative training sessions to provide an atmosphere that will help the child develop as a soccer player.  The staff stimulates the player to learn to problem solve on their own.
   The Academy program and staff encourages each player to learn self-discipline, work ethics and good sportsmanship. There is also a focus on teaching respect for one’s self and others they come in contact with. The largest goal of the program is to develop a PASSION for the sport of soccer.