UK International Soccer

Our clinic helps players develop essential goalkeeping skills and correct techniques in all aspects of this specialized position. Players will leave the clinic more educated and prepared for this key role.

This program is designed for players of all ability levels and typically takes place on a Thursday evening for 2 hours. The format will vary depending on the age and ability level of the children.
*Some of our programs require children to be 9 years of age or older in order to participate

  • Handling
  • Diving
  • Shot stopping
  • Crosses
  • Distribution
  • Footwork & positioning
  • Confidence & visualization
Coaching Staff

UK International Soccer coaches are selected for their knowledge, coaching ability and commitment to create a fun, positive learning environment for all children.

Our professional coaches are certified soccer educators with the ability to motivate and work with young children. All of our coaches have been professionally screened and background checked.

Each coach has graduated from our practical assessments and educational seminars which instills our key values of safety, professionalism, education, fun and community relations.

Our staff are:

Certified and trained coaches from the UK, Europe, South America and USA
Professionally screened and background checked
Experienced and skilled demonstrators
Positive role models
Committed to child development
Passionate soccer enthusiasts
Safe Haven certified
CDC Concussion certified

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What are our expectations when attending a program during Covid-19?

Your child should bring their own hand sanitizer to the program and a mask is recommended. Children must not share their water bottles, any food or soccer equipment.

Parents are responsible for cleaning and sanitizing their child’s equipment and apparel after each day at the program. It is recommended that you check your child’s temperature every day before the start of the program. State and local health requirements should be adhered to.

Are the coaches certified?

Yes, all coaches hold either International or US qualifications and have experience working with teenage players.

My child has never played soccer before, so will your clinic be suitable?

Yes, our clinics cater for all ages and ability levels including players that are new to the game.

How is your clinic structured?

Our curriculum is designed based on the child’s age and ability.
We focus on technical aspects of goalkeeping that are developmentally appropriate and based on the player’s age and ability level. The clinic typically takes place on a Thursday afternoon for 2 hours.

What equipment does my child require and what if we don’t have the correct items?

Each player should bring a ball and shinguards to participate in clinic activities. Cleats and goalkeeper gloves are not a necessity.

How should my child dress for the clinic?

We recommend each player wear a t-shirt, shorts, socks, shinguards and cleats. Alternative footwear is okay if you do not have soccer cleats, but no baseball or football cleats. If they have goalkeeper gloves then bring them also.

What should my child bring to the clinic?

Apart from shinguards, a ball, soccer attire and appropriate footwear, we recommend each player bring plenty of water, sun protection (sun tan lotion, hat, etc), a snack and goalkeeper gloves (if available).

Do you provide water?

We do not typically provide water at our clinics therefore players must bring their own.

Do I need to provide a snack?

We recommend that players bring a light snack.

Is there shade provided at the clinic?

We will do our best to ensure your child has access to shade where feasible. If there is no natural shade we will try and have the organization we work with set up a shaded area.

Am I required to stay at the clinic?

It’s flexible whether you stay at the clinic or not.
If you decide to leave, we ask that you return to sign out your child (unless 18 years of age) from their coach at the end of the clinic.

Can my child register for your clinic even if we are not attending a camp?

Yes, you can register separately for any of our clinics.

Can we register for a clinic the weekend prior or just show up on the day of the clinic?

Our clinics allow sign ups over the weekend prior to the program starting and most allow walk-ons, but can not be guaranteed so we always recommend registering beforehand.

Can I get a refund?

Yes, just let us know and we can issue a refund.

Is my child allowed to walk or ride their bike to and from the clinic?

Yes, but we would need a signed authorization letter from the parent (unless 18 years of age).

What happens if there is bad weather or an act of god?

Should inclement weather or acts of god affect the clinic we will issue a refund.

What if my child has to leave the clinic due to injury or illness?

Let us know and we can issue a refund.

Do you offer a sibling discount?

No, this is only available for the camp programs.

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