U6 and U7 Academy Field locations, coaches' curriculum, and training schedule


Spring 2018 U6/U7 Academy



All players are required to wear shin guards covered by socks and sneakers (or cleats if you have them). Your child will also need to have a size 3 soccer ball (marked with their name) and water bottle (marked with their name).

U6/U7 Academy

The main objective is to develop player creativity and a love for the game. The activities focus on basic soccer skills, mainly dribbling.  Primary focus on dribbling with all 6 parts of the foot to start, turn and stop the soccer ball as well as to dribble with speed. Repetition in practicing these core skills and core soccer move until these become automatic to a player will allow a player as they mature to use their imagination to try new things. Commitment to repetitively practicing the core skills in younger players is crucial to unlocking their full potential and creativity as they become and older and more experienced player.


Click on the appropriate hyperlink below to see the field diagram for academy sessions

 Chancellors Run Field 2  Wednesday U6 and U7 Coed and Girls 

Chancellors Run Field 1 Thursday U7 Coed            Chancellors Run Field 2 Thursday U6 Girls  U6 Coed  U7 Girls

Fifth District Park (Lettie Dent) Wednesday

Fifth District Park (Lettie Dent) Thursday

Modified Laws of the game U6/U7

U6/U7 Academy



Week #1 U6/U7

March 21 March 22

Week #2  U6/U7

(Public School Spring Break)

March 28 March 29

Week #3 U6/U7

April 4 April 5

  Week #4 U6/U7

April 11 April 12

Week #5 U6/U7

April 18 April 19
Week #6  U6/U7 April 25 April 26
Week #7  U6/U7 May 2 May 3
Week #8 U6/U7 May 9 May 10
Week #9  U6/U7 May 16 May 17
Week #10  U6/U7 May 23 May 24
Week #11 U6/U7 May 30 May 31
Week 12  U6/U7 June 6 June 7