MT Soccer to host free youth clinic
Camp open to boys and girls ages 6-11March 25, 2013 · @MTAthletics
Middle Tennessee Soccer is set to host a free clinic for boys and girls ages six to 11 years old on Thursday, April 4 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Dean A. Hayes Track & Soccer Stadium.
The clinic will focus on fundamental skills such as heading, dribbling, shooting, passing and receiving. A series of fun and challenging games will be utilized to present new ideas to all players.
"Our free youth camp is another great way for us to give back to the soccer community and to say thank you to all our fans that supported us throughout the year," noted head coach Aston Rhoden. "The clinic also provides an opportunity for our student-athletes to share their love and passion for the game of soccer with these young and aspiring youth players. We've always had fun with this clinic and look forward to it each year."
All campers are required to bring their own ball, water or sports drink of choice and dress appropriately for soccer. Parents can register their child by clicking here. There is a limited amount of space and there will be no waiting list as in year's past.
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