These programs are designed for boys and girls born from 2007 through to 2010. These divisions play 5 aside games with goalkeepers and referees. This program aligns with Ontario Soccer’s Learn to Train program and is supervised by WMSC’s Technical Staff. Parent volunteers are needed to coach at these ages. The Club will provide 2 Club Led coaching sessions by our qualified technical staff throughout the season at the U9/10 age group.
WMSC utilizes volunteer coaches for our Recreational Soccer programs. Volunteering is a terrific way to get involved in soccer, while at the same time supporting your club and your community.
Coaches, if you are not the primary account holder in the PowerUp registration system, you are required to have an individual account with a unique email address. Once you have created your profile you can volunteer with the club by clicking the VOLUNTEER NOW in the main menu. Returning coaches – please use your current coaching profile.
U9 – 12 LEARN TO TRAIN
|Age Group||Division||Day*||Time* (Rotates Weekly)||Session Length||Dates||Location||Early Bird Fee until Sept 21||Fee after Sept 21|
|2009 – 2010||U10 Boys||Saturday||9am, 10am,||50 minutes||Oct 20, 2018 – Feb 9, 2019||RIM (Indoor Field)||$215||$240|
|2009 – 2010||U10 Girls||Saturday||11am,||50 minutes||Oct 20, 2018 – Feb 9, 2019||RIM (Indoor Field)||$215||$240|
|2007 – 2008||U12 Boys||Tuesday||6pm, 7pm, 8pm Times alternate weekly||50 minutes||Oct 16, 2018 – Jan 29, 2019||Bechtel (Indoor Field)||$215||$240|
|2007 – 2008||U12 Girls||Monday||6pm, 7pm, 8pm||50 minutes||Oct 15, 2018 – Feb. 4, 2019||Bechtel (Indoor Field)||$215||$240|
*Dates and times subject to change based on field availability/registration numbers.*
Please click here to access your child’s PowerUp schedule. Schedules will be available on or about October 10th. To view schedules by division, select a category and division then click Go. To view a team schedule, select category, division, AND the desired team.
Learning to read the movements going on around them are critical skills to be developed at this age. Playing small-sided games can develop players’ ability to read what other players are going to do based on their movements. Let your players make decisions, expose them to working out problems, and coming up with solutions. Playing situations work best for teaching understanding and building basic game sense.
- Emphasis is on fun, exercise, teamwork, continued skill development
- Teach basic principles of play, teach simple combinations
- During games, everyone should play equal time, in all positions
- No scores or standings are kept
INDOOR RULES AND REGULATIONS
When the goalkeeper has the ball in their possession at a goal kick, after making a save or when the ball is in their hands, the opposing team members would “retreat” to the predetermined area of the field.
The predetermined areas are as follows:
- 5v5 – Half way line. It is recommended the goalkeeper does not drop kick the ball
- 7v7 – 1/3rds line
- 9v9 – 1/3rds line
For more information on the retreat line, please click here
2018-19 INDOOR RECREATIONAL CURRICULUM
|Session One||Session Two||Session Three|
|Session Four||Session Five||Session Six|
|Session Seven||Session Eight||Session Nine|
|Session Ten||Session Eleven||Session Twelve|
- Volunteer coach directed session
- 2 club-lead sessions with qualified Technical Staff (U9/U10 only)
- Each player receives a full uniform (shirt, shorts, socks)
- Game schedule (5v5)
- Certified match officials
- Each player receives a participation medal at the end of the season
- Quality indoor facility
WMSC will make every effort to accommodate placement on a team with ONE other registered player if submitted by the September 21st deadline. All teammate requests must be one-to-one reciprocated requests. One-sided requests will not be considered. Should you have special circumstances or medical conditions that merit special consideration, please provide a note in writing once your registration has been completed. WMSC Teammate Request Policy