Our Academy program is a fantastic place for young athletes to continue their soccer education, while constantly challenging and developing their mind and body.
Q. Can we come out to the Sportsplex and see what the environment is like before registering?
A. Of course, we can arrange a free POE for your child and your family to experience our club.
Our Junior program focuses on our athletes learning to compete as a team, developing as an individual, enjoying the pursuit of excellence in a challenging environment.
Q. Entering into the competitive phase of soccer, what can we expect from the program?
A. We offer multiple levels of competitive play, with a club focus and philosophy on developing intelligent, skillful athletes.
Players moving into the Senior program begin to learn about our competition phase, while we develop them for successful high-school and college careers in sport and study.
Q. How do you help players with their college aspirations and recruitment?
A. With a dedicated program director, we provide each athlete with a guide and athlete profile, outlining a timeline to organize their goals and support them in the recruiting process.
Our Recreational program offers a low-cost, fun, creative and non-stressful environment, to not only develop soccer players, but for every player to participate on a team, regardless of their interest or ability.
Q. If my child really enjoys the program, are there any options for movement into the other club programs?
A. Yes of course. We actually have players who have excelled in the program and then progressed into our Academy and Junior programs to further their development.
Developing the very fundamentals of soccer, at the earliest time of a child's development, is crucial in their soccer education.
Q. What does your program offer my young child and why play so early?
A. Our program has a set curriculum based on ball mastery, and a fun challenging environment to instill a passion and love for the game.
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I am 23 years old. I recently just signed with SA United this summer. Previously I worked with Austin Texans and Alamo Fire, and currently, as well work with Soccer Shots during the day coaching 2-7-year-olds at local schools and parks. I have also done and still do private training in Austin and San Antonio with some of the best players in the state/country.
I have played at some of the highest levels, from club, ECNL, DA Academy, I was part of the Region 3 Olympic Development Team, playing against Mexico and Costa Rica. When I was 14 I was scouted by Watford FC who recently was just relegated from the Premier League in England. I played 3 years of college soccer at East Texas Baptist University. I was recently playing in the UPSL and USL leagues here in the United States, training with the El Paso Locomotives, and having interest from New Mexico United. Unfortunately, I tore my ACL a year ago while in training, so I am back home rehabbing and focusing on coaching.
My goal is to make a positive impact on players lives on and off the pitch and spreading as much of my knowledge as possible.
"Football doesn’t build character, it reveals it"