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Announcements: What is PASS Training?


What is PASS Training? 


P.A.S.S. Soccer Training Program Promoting, Agility, Skill, and Sportsmanship P.A.S.S. practice is open to all ASLA Recreation and Travel players U5 thru U14 boys and girls.
This program will provide an opportunity for consistent and accurate soccer skills development. We cannot stress enough how important these sessions are for our young players to continue their growth as athletes and soccer players.
Brief Program Description: This is a developmental training program that is designed to allow our players to learn in a fun yet challenging environment. The sessions will include instruction in the following topics: foot skills, scrimmage play, speed/agility, and age appropriate game activities and will be headed by our ASLA Coaching Staff which is comprised of many former collegiate and professional soccer players, now youth soccer coaches.
Those players that take advantage of this training program will have the opportunity to be instructed by some of the areas finest coaches at no additional cost. The updated P.A.S.S. schedule will be made available on our homepage shortly… There is no need to register for this!!! Just show up and be ready to play!!!! Please attend your age appropriate practices!
***Practices will be held @ Schwartz Park***
ASLA encourages all players and volunteer coaches to participate in this program. These sessions are geared towards educating our players and our volunteer coaches. This program is part of the overall soccer skills developmental program being introduced by ASLA.
See you on the fields! Schedule will be sent in a different email, please keep an eye out!!! Thanks!


Created at 2/22/2014 9:17 AM  by Tony Barzacchini 
Last modified at 9/4/2023 5:04 PM  by Tony Barzacchini