Soccaskool is pleased to announce details of this years Spring Break Camps. Our Camps will be held on Monday March 19th to Friday March 23rd at the Capital News Center, Gordon Drive
Camp # 1 – 9.00am to 11.00am Boys and Girls from U6(2012) to U10(2008)
This camp will be full of soccer fun, games and scrimmages, with competitions and drills that concentrate on improving basic ball control and soccer technique. The sessions will be lively and varied as we create a learning experience within a fun, yet challenging, environment.
Camp # 2 – 1.00pm to 3.00pm Boys and Girls from U11(2007) to U14(2004)
This camp will be very busy and lively as we challenge the players to improve every aspect of their game over the course of the week. The camp will be quite demanding on the players and will be the perfect way to kick off the Spring soccer season for players of all abilities and levels who wish to be as good as they can be on the field this year !
Soccaskool graduates Braden (left) and Kai (right) both performed well during recent BC High-PerformanceProgram (HPP) matches. Both players were pleased with their performances and will be hoping to be in the running for a place on the final roster when it is announced later this year.
At Soccaskool, our goal is to help individual players to develop and to play at the highest level that they can. This is why we encourage all of our graduating U12 players to try out for Thompson Okanagan FC, who play in the BC Soccer Premier League. From there, the best of them hope to get a chance with the Provinces High Performance Program Team, like the boys here. After that, the Whitecaps Residency Program becomes a real possibility, and with it the chance of a professional career in the game.
Last year, we were very proud to place 8 graduating players onto the TOFC U13 roster and now 2 of those have been recognised as players of distinction and invited to participate at the next level!Congratulations Kai and Braden !
We are very pleased to announce our first partnerships with local companies to sponsor our Development Teams
Kimco, a Kelowna based specialist in HVAC, Automation, and Controls has sponsored our continually improving U12 Girls team with a tracksuit and backpack deal that will see our girls looking very sharp indeed in the new year.
D.R.Robertson Injury Law, a Vernon based Injury Law firm, will be sponsoring our excellent U10 Boys with a kit deal that will see them as the first boy’s team to convert to the new sky blue strip
Both firms will be featured on the development team pages on this website and will also feature on the team pages of our new Development Teams website currently being developed.
Thank you to both these companies for their generous sponsorships, and welcome to our Soccaskool Family!
More details on sponsorships can be found on the sponsorship page
At Soccaskool, we always maintain a keen interest in our graduate players as they look to progress through the player pathway.
Annika, pictured here on the back row second from the left, was one of our original 20 players when we started the academy back in 2012.
It was great to see her name on the Roster as well as in the starting line up for the BC Soccer High Performance Program against the Whitecaps Girls Elite Rex Program last night.
Congratulations Annika !
Soccaskool’s U11 and U12 Girls Development Teams continued their Fall season
last weekend with a visit to The Lower Mainland to compete in The North Shore Soccer Club girls tournament.
Both of our teams were able to demonstrate the progress we have made so far with our new girls program. Our girls produced excellent performances and were able to record great results against strong opposition.
These teams have now been training 3 times a week since the beginning of July and their progress is clear to see. On Wednesday, we played the last of our early morning inter squad matches at Dilworth, which have been a lot of fun even if it is starting to get pretty chilly !
This weekend both teams will travel to Vernon to wrap up our outdoor phase with a couple of matches against EFS. This will take our number of competitive matches played so far with these teams to 14 each.