Team Elmhurst Soccer Club Winter Training and FUTSAL Program

Training the soccer stars of the future.

Are you a parent of a child looking for soccer training for your son or daughter during these winter months? Does your child wish to improve their performance and take their soccer game to the next level? Well, look no further. Team Elmhurst Soccer Club is just what you and your child are looking for. TESC offers a well-rounded winter training program that will give your child a competitive edge over their competition.

TESC offers professionally licensed coaches that will lead thirty-minute sessions where players can develop and increase their skill, control, decision making, and technique. After each session, players will have the opportunity to compete in thirty-minute FUTSAL soccer games.

(Futsal has been around internationally since the 1930s. It is recognized by FIFA, the international governing body of soccer, as its official indoor game.  Futsal is designed to improve players’ footwork skills. It is a confined, small field to promote making quick decisions.)

Even if your son or daughter is not playing travel soccer, but would like to enhance and develop a better understanding of the game, TESC’s winter training program can provide your child the much need coaching and training that will produce results.  The TESC’s winter program and its coaches will allow your child to learn and enjoy soccer in a positive and fun environment, in their own community with children they know, so register today.

The Winter Training and FUTSAL Program is an 8 week program on Sundays from 2-3 PM at York HS starting on January 13th. For more questions please contact TESC Director of Coaching, Karsten Roy at DOC@elmhurstsoccer.com and to register go to www.elmhurstsoccer.com 

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