Soccer Training in Loudoun County.
John Regan, director of ODFC West, is proud to present a series of spring and summer soccer training opportunities in Loudoun County. Our programs and clinics will be held in Western Loudoun. Our training curriculum is designed for motivated players willing to concentrate on the lessons, cooperate with others, maintain a positive attitude, and strive to improve their level of play. Our programs and clinics are very family friendly and parents are encouraged to observe and learn along with the players. Below is a complete list of our spring and summer programs. Feel free to CONTACT ME with any questions.
Summer Camp Registration. 30% off discounts apply until March 15. SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION
June 22-26: Patrick Henry College High School Prep Camp (9:00-1:00). $175.00 now and ($250) after March 15. Ages 13 and Up. REGISTER
Designed for players in 7th-12th grades. This camp will give your child a jumpstart to their summer soccer training and prepare them for demands of travel and high school soccer. Our goal is to teach advanced techniques, improve tactical awareness, and increase speed of play. Some of the topics include: Bending the ball, providing the perfect cross, finishing with finesse, group defending, spacing and support, combination play, improved vision, and game awareness. This camp was created for older players aspiring to play or already competing at the high school level. This is an all-weather camp. Most of the camp is outdoors on the Patrick Henry College field. We spend a portion of each day in the collegiate sized gym working on fast footwork and shooting with the futsal. In case of inclement weather or extreme heat we move indoors for training and safety.
July 13-17: The Hill School Ball Mastery Camp (9:00-1:00). $175.00 now and ($250) after March 15. Ages 8-13. REGISTER
Designed for elementary and middle school players. Our Ball Mastery Camps provide detailed technical instruction for the following topics: Ball control (first touch), dynamic dribbling moves, protective dribbling moves, accurate passing to feet, combination play, finesse passing to space, individual defending. The camp also provides one hour each day to teach a variety of finishing and goal scoring techniques. This is an all-weather camp. Most of the camp is outdoors on The Hill School soccer fields. We spend a portion of each day in the large gym working on fast footwork and shooting with the futsal. In case of inclement weather or extreme heat we move indoors for training and safety.
July 20-23: Morven Park Goals Galore Camp (9:00-12:00). $125.00 now and ($180) after March 15. Ages 7-13. REGISTER
Designed for elementary and middle school players. Our Morven Park Goals Galore Camp is a favorite for players from all the area soccer clubs. The park provides us multiple goals, so each player experiences maximum repetitions and learns good goal scoring habits. We focus on the following topics: Placement before power when close to goal, the driven power shot from further out, volleys, providing the perfect cross, finishing first time shots, keeping composure under pressure, and turning in the penalty area. We welcome full-time or part-time goalkeepers to register and get an incredible workout. The last hour of camp we play games with goalkeepers so the players can showcase their skills. The camp runs Monday-Thursday and is outdoors only. Friday is the designated makeup day. In case inclement weather is a factor, indoor shelter is provided by the park.
August 3-7: Patrick Henry College Soccer Intensity Camp (9:00-1:00). Full Day Option $175 now and ($250) after March 15. Ages 7-13. Half Day Option (9:00-11:00) open to players 6-8 years old ($105.00). REGISTER
Designed for elementary and middle school players. The Patrick Henry College Soccer Intensity Camp is in its fourth year. It is the best camp in the area for aspiring players striving to learn proper techniques, improve their speed of play, learn to score goals, compete in both indoor futsal and outdoor games, and jumpstart their fall season. This is an all-weather camp. Most of the camp is outdoors on the Patrick Henry College field. We spend a portion of each day in the collegiate sized gym working on fast footwork and shooting with the futsal. In case of inclement weather or extreme heat we move indoors for training and safety. We have added a half-day option for our younger players wishing to attend. We have an age-specific coach working with our half-day group. Sign up early as every camp has sold out in the past four years.
Spring Programs Registration:
Our Quest Alliance spring programs are open to all players from area soccer clubs. Sessions are held at Harmony Middle School. We offer supplemental development programs for players in the First-Seventh grades. We aim to provide the most comprehensive technical instruction, allow your child to become a problem solver on the field, and create a stress-free game experience through our I-League matches. Our proven training methods and attention to detail set us apart from the competition. Thank you, John Regan, Director.
Saturday I-League: Designed for players fourth-seventh grade. Program Tuition $95.00.REGISTER NOW
TIMES AND LOCATIONS: 10:00-11:30 starting April 11 (6 weeks) at Harmony Middle School.
Our I-League gives the game back to the players. The I-league instills leadership qualities, promotes creativity and problem solving, and builds and inner competitive edge in our players. Here is how it works. Registered players are assigned an index card with their name on it. When they arrive, the cards are shuffled and random 6v6 teams are made. There are limited or no substitutes on the randomly selected teams, so maximum playing time is assured. The players compete in three or more shortened games each week and accumulate points for wins, ties, and even losses if their team scored a goal. At the end of each session the daily points are written on the back of their card. At the end of the season gifts are awarded to the players with the highest total points.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
The players are in charge of organizing the teams and vote on a captain who also serves as coach. You can expect your child to improve leadership skills through this format. There will be improved creativity since the players are not afraid to make mistakes. There is no adult coach to correct them so they play with more freedom. Coaches are only there to monitor and supervise. We can’t teach our players to compete. They must acquire this inner drive and our I-league allows them to gain a competitive attitude without sacrificing sportsmanship.
I am available for individual, small groups, or team training throughout the winter and spring seasons. Please call me at 703-431-3614 to discuss these training options for your child or their team.
All the listed Camps are directed and coached by John Regan. Additional staff will be used, if needed, to support the training philosophy. Many camps put the name of the director on the application, and delegate the training to less experienced staff. Our programs are smaller and guarantee a quality training environment. A full refund will be granted if your child is not completely satisfied with the training experience.
John Regan Soccer has been providing complete soccer education since 1991. Coach Regan will be actively involved in every training session. His reputation and attention to detail separate his training programs from the competition. We offer a complete money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied with any of our programs. Your child will receive a high level of soccer training in a stress-free environment. We look forward to teaching your child the beautiful game.