“If they can pay, they can play.” That’s the mantra of tournament organizers and club coaches. And I’m not making it up. According to the Families in Sports Lab at Utah State University, the first group of researchers to investigate these trends, the average family spends around 2% of their yearly income,Read More →

The Winter and Summer  months are very important for a soccer player’s individual development and growth. The focus moves from team play to individual technique and improving the player’s touch. Coaches stress the importance of technique, touch, and ball control. These concepts are critical as the athlete progresses, and simply stated,Read More →