The Weston Soccer Club, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization managed by volunteers. The Club delivers quality age and skill-appropriate soccer programs to boys and girls grades Pre-K through 12 and adults in Weston, Connecticut.

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Weston Soccer Junior Academy
Fall Season Curriculum
Week 1. Dribbling with the ball using the inside and outside of the player’s foot.
Week 2. Dribbling with the ball while keeping your head up. 
Week 3. Dribbling and the stop turn.
Week 4.  Dribbling and the pull back move.
Week 5.  Dribbling and the step over turn.
Week 6.  Dribbling and the inside and outside chop.
Week 7.  Dribbling using the single and double scissor
Week 8.  Dribbling with the emphasis on attacking the space with speed. (Player evaluation)
The fall curriculum is designed to encourage players to be comfortable with the ball and to be able to use a series of moves that will enable them to avoid a challenge, change direction or to be able to go past an opposing player.  To help achieve these goals the coach will be running 1v1 and 2v1 drills during their practices as this is a great way to encourage keeping the ball rather than passing.  By the end of the fall season Junior Academy players will be comfortable dibbling and should be able to execute at least two of the moves during a competitive game.

Spring Season Curriculum
WEEK 1. Passing with the inside of the foot small distances (accuracy).
WEEK 2.  Passing the ball using the inside of the player’s weaker foot.
WEEK 3.  Passing over longer distances using the inside of the foot. 
WEEK 4.  Passing using the outside of the foot.
WEEK 5.  Controlling the ball with the inside of the foot (first touch).
WEEK 6.   Passing the ball in the air.
WEEK 7.   Using the thigh and chest to control the ball.
WEEK 8.   Passing the ball with speed, driven pass. (Player Evaluation)
The spring curriculum is designed to keep developing the individual’s techniques.  To aid this development there would be ten minutes allocated before every session for juggling practice with the player with the most juggles being announced by e-mail to the whole team or by being posted on the Weston soccer club website.  The competitive element of juggling will encourage the kids to practice with the ball more and in turn help them with their first touch and control.