WE. BUILD. IPSWICH. PLAYERS.
Five days of top quality training and ample fun for the players of the Ipswich Youth Soccer Association hosted right in the convenient location of the Ipswich town fields. Coach Jason Moore of Moore Soccer Academy (MSA) training center and our certified coaches are proud to be working with the town of Ipswich and excited to be able to offer your players our unique coaching methods, style, and philosophy. The clinic will be held for the G4 and younger players from the hours of 8am-12pm, and G6 & G8 1pm-5pm Monday through Friday, from August 17th 2020 to August 21st 2020. We are pleased to be able to offer an early bird special of $165 for those players who register before April 30th! After April 30th, the cost for the Ipswich Youth Soccer Association Clinic powered by Moore Academy will be the standard $195 rate. Experience Moore training - a coaching style curated by knowledge and skills gained from a life centered around soccer and a career's worth of professional training and play.
SCOPE OF MSA IPSWICH YOUTH SOCCER SUMMER CLINIC:
Thank you for including Moore Soccer Academy (MSA) in helping to build and grow the IYSA! We are a local Soccer Academy, with local roots, and an exceptional, seasoned coaching staff who also live locally. We have personal interest in the well being of the IYSA Soccer. For us at MSA, this is not just a business – this is our passion!
The passion, drive, and commitment that propelled Jason Moore to the heights of soccer he reached is what he now uses to propel players who train with our Academy to reach their personal best. When experiencing Moore training - a player is experiencing a coaching style curated by knowledge and skills gained from a life centered around soccer and a career's worth of professional training and play.
When the technical and tactical aspects of soccer are fully understood; When a player grows in speed, agility, coordination; And when they mature in confidence, assertiveness, communication and mental toughness - Soccer takes on a new identity - it becomes a skill that sets a person apart, a source of serious fun and personal growth, and a lifelong passion that has the potential to flourish into limitless opportunity. Our goal is to help you reach yours'. At Moore Soccer Academy. We. Build. Players.
In addition we also adhere to the following guidelines for Clinics:
Drills in pairs and multiples
Local qualified coaching staff
Three L’s: Limit Lines, Limit Lectures, No Laps
Separation by age group
OUR TECHNICAL TEAM
In order to provide the highest quality coaching staff, Moore Soccer Academy (MSA) will be employing coaches that are certified by our standards of coaching excellence and have worked with us on previous . Our existing personal and professional relationships guarantees success.
At MSA our coaches have over 75 years of combined coaching and playing experience in both the US and internationally.Our entire staff is made up of seasoned professional coaches who currently reside locally. Each member of our staff is either an active youth soccer, high school, club, and/or clinic coach, or current player. Our staff has played at every local, regional, national and international level. Their passion for growing the game and helping players to truly develop in their play and in their love for the game is what keeps them involved.
Our staff follows the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) National Coaching Standards, while also applying our personal coaching and play experience.
We strongly encourage all IYSA players to attend and participate in this clinic. Participation will help to develop players and ready them for the upcoming fall soccer season helping them to be more prepared and excited to get out on the field and excel.
We recommend that the IYSA hold this clinic for 5 consecutive days (Monday-Friday), in the month of August before the school season begins. (August 17th-21st)
We recommend the Clinics be split into on morning session for the younger in-town soccer players, and afternoon for the older town travel soccer players. It is our belief that 3 hour daily increments would be appropriate for this clinic. (9am-12pm for young in-town players and 1pm-4pm for the town travel players)
Division of Players
Players will be divided by age group. Players can also be further grouped by team, or skill level. Regardless, our staffing plan, detailed in the next section, is still valid because it is based on an overall player-to-coach ratio not by age group.
Moore Soccer Academy will maintain a 1:20 ratio of Senior Coaches to players. Assistant Coaches will be added in to larger age groups as necessary.
We strongly recommend that the volunteer coaches of the IYSA come to observe and be involved in as many Clinic sessions as possible for their designated team/age group. The benefit of the coaches observing and/or participating transcends just cost alone. By encouraging, or directing, IYSA coaches to participate, they will be able to (1) gain knowledge of the game and training; (2) be able to provide in-season-in- game insight to the professional coaching staff for specific areas of strength or improvement; and (3) utilize the training session in place of one of their scheduled weekly practices.
Another consideration is to use the help of volunteer local players, from junior high (for the U6 –U8 sessions) to high school and college. By doing so, we can foster the development of these local volunteer player-coaches, provide local role models for the youngest IYSA players, and hopefully help to ensure the future sustainability and success of Ipswich Youth Soccer.
Assuming that one, or both, of the suggestions listed above are selected, the coaching structure
could resemble the following:
Senior Coaches – MSA Certified Coaches
Assistant Coaches – MSA Certified Coaches or In-Process of completing MSA Coach Certification
Junior Coaches – Volunteer Local Soccer Players
The MSA Team owns basic portable soccer training equipment – balls, cones, pennies, agility poles, ladders, and skill nets. A combination of our own equipment combined with IYSA goals, additional balls, cones, pennies, etc will suffice.
Parents should send players to the Clinic with proper sun protectant, climate-appropriate clothing, cleats, shin guards, ample water, a snack, and any pertinent medications along with a note of medical conditions/illnesses for Coaches and staff to be aware of for every player.