Soccer Shots CT announced a partnership with the Bristol Soccer Club to introduce children ages 3 and 4 year olds to soccer, the world’s greatest game.
Soccer Shots is a national program, that teaches children the beautiful game of soccer. Soccer Shots franchises across the country, now impacting over 250,000 children.
The program has been created under the guidance of childhood education specialists, current and former MLS and USL professional soccer players, and experienced and licensed soccer coaches. The lesson plans are developmentally appropriate and tailored specifically to the three distinct age groups that are taught.
Each week, using creative and imaginative that will focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing, and shooting.
The Bristol Soccer Club will also highlight a positive character trait each week such as respect, teamwork, and confidence. Soccer Shots will expose your child to the fun of soccer and provide the foundation to get started the sport.
The Soccer Shots clinic will be held on Sundays from 10:30 am – 11:30 am, and will run for a total of 6 weeks, with the exception of Memorial Day weekend in the Spring season and Columbus Day weekend in the Fall season.
For more info on Soccer Shots CT click HERE.
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