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DateHome AwayKick-offTeam
August 9, 2014_home_academy_eManager_00003_Logos_180x135Power FC _home_academy_eManager_00014_Logos_180x135DPSoccer Academy10:30 amDPS U9
July 26, 2014_home_academy_eManager_00014_Logos_180x135DPSoccer Academy _home_academy_eManager_00048_Logos_120x90International FC White3:40 pmDPS U9
July 12, 2014_home_academy_eManager_00003_Logos_180x135Power FC _home_academy_eManager_00014_Logos_180x135DPSoccer Academy4:30 pmDPS U9
July 5, 2014_home_academy_eManager_00003_Logos_180x135Power FC _home_academy_eManager_00014_Logos_180x135DPSoccer Academy3:00 pmDPS U9
June 21, 2014_home_academy_eManager_00003_Logos_180x135Power FC _home_academy_eManager_00014_Logos_180x135DPSoccer Academy12:30 pmDPS U9
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The effect of the role-model is very important at this stage. Children begin to identify with famous players and successful teams, and they want to learn imaginative skills. Game formats can range from 6v6 to 8v8 as children grow through this stage, and the season should last 16 to 20 weeks.

League standings are still not necessary. A simple league fixture schedule can be created, but it is basically an extended jamboree format, as the emphasis is still clearly on FUN.

SAAC Program Highlights: – Small-sided (7v7 for U9-U10, 9v9 for U11-U12) games to maximize time with the ball – 3:1 Training-to-game ratios – Professional coaching (B license minimum) – Competition results are NOT maintained (to encourage development and reduce competitive anxiety)