Three soccer items to pass, shoot and save for today!
That’s a wrap: Boys complete final day at US Youth Soccer National League in Vegas
The US Youth Soccer National League 14U, 15U, 16U, 17U, 18U and 19U Boys completed their third and final day of matches at the Bettye Wilson Soccer Complex and James Regional Sports Park in Las Vegas, Nev., alongside the 2019 Players College Showcase. Sunday marked the end of an exciting weekend of National League games, as the final day of play in Las Vegas saw nine teams secure division titles. Meanwhile, eight divisions will need an additional game to be determine the champion.
2019 US Youth Soccer National Championships Qualifiers via the National League
Black Champion: Washington Premier 2002 Black (WA)
Any of the winning teams from your area?
Soccer Shots takes a winning shot at character development
Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Soccer Shots uses weekly 30-35-minute sessions, best-in-classes coaches, age-appropriate curriculum and ongoing communication with families to deliver a premier soccer experience. Soccer Shots offers two different programs to meet the developmental needs of children aged 2-5.
MINI (Ages 2-3): The Mini program offers an introduction to soccer and movement, with an emphasis on balance, coordination and confidence. Repetition, high energy and celebrating achievements are key components of this program.
CLASSIC (Ages 3-5): The focus of the Classic program is to individually become skilled at possessing the soccer ball. Through creativity, positivity, and fun, challenges and increased confidence are encouraged.
Soccer Shots was named the official two to five-year-old soccer program of US Youth Soccer in September 2017.
For more information, log onto http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/soccer-shots/
What can Soccer Shots do to help improve the character of these young players?
New kits for the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team
The USA will compete in France wearing a new collection and a set of kits that channel the energy of the 1999 team and all its championship glory. For the all-white home kit, the shirt features a stripped sleeve cuff reminiscent of those worn by Brandi Chastain, Mia Hamm and Julie Foudy, and is punctuated by three stars above the crest — honoring the USA’s world titles from ’91, ’99 and 2015. This theme follows on the shorts, where the single star adorning the sides of the ’99er uniform has been replaced by a stack of three. Knit tape on the back of the neck also displays this embellishment.
What do you think of the new look?
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