Come and be part of our ever growing Micro Program!! A chance for all players to learn all aspects of soccer in a FUN way! The Micro Program is 5 weeks long, running every Friday evening!
Spring Dates: March 16th-April 13th
Location: Dike District Field
Cost: $65 (t-shirt included)
Registration: Register HERE
Equipment Needed: Cleats are not necessary, although highly recommended. Shin guards are mandatory. If you need any equipment, there is a Soccer City store located in Burlington next to Costco, and a Big 5 located in Burlington next to Fred Meyer.
How Does it Work? Players will be divided into their gender and age divisions accordingly. They will start off with learning a specific training objective and skill for the day's particular session. After the small group work, teams will move to small sided games (3v3, or 4v4).
This type of set up allows our players to make new friends on their team, where they can experience every aspect of the game together. Through this, players learn the importance of being
on a team, while also developing their personal skills.
Who Can Participate?Anyone between the ages of 4 and 8 years old.
Whether they have played soccer before or have never touched
a soccer ball in their life, all players are welcome!
U5 is born between 1/1/2014 – 12/31/2014
U6 is born between 1/1/2013 – 12/31/2013
U7 is born between 1/1/2012 – 12/31/2012
U8 is born between 1/1/2011 – 12/31/2011
U9 is born between 1/1/2010 – 12/31/2010
The Northwest United FC Micro Program is targeted for children who are Pre-Kindergarten (U5), Kindergarten (U6), and 1st-3rd grade (U7-U9) who are not already involved in Northwest United select teams. This is an introductory soccer program that promotes physical activity through the FUNdamentals of the game of soccer. Northwest United FC firmly believes in developing a solid foundation for young players to be the best they can be. The program is one of the building blocks for future participation in the Northwest United FC’s select and premier teams.
This Micro Program promotes physical activity through the game of soccer. It introduces and reinforces the FUNdamental skills of the game, as well as age-appropriate locomotor movements (running, jumping, skipping, etc..) and non locomotor movements (balancing, bending, extending, swaying, twisting, etc..).
The Micro Program’s professional coaches provide age appropriate activities based off of a curriculum that uses small sided games to develop the player’s enjoyment and love for the game and physical activity.
The Micro Program is headed by Coach Joana Houplin, and she is assisted by other Northwest United FC coaches who are professionally trained and experienced in working with young children. There will...