Soccer to Host Elite Soccer Project Academy
Dec. 2, 2013
FORT WORTH - The TCU women's soccer program will host and Elite Soccer Project Academy from Jan. 14 through April 29. The 15-session academy will be held every Tuesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium.
The Elite Soccer Project, led by TCU head coach Eric Bell, is open to any and all entrants, limited to boys and girls in grades second through eighth. The academy-based program has space for 38 field players and six goalkeepers.
ESP is a developmental program geared towards improving a player's technique and skill. In addition to participants improving technically and tactically, he/she will have the unique opportunity to work with the TCU coaching staff and team. In each session, they will be challenged to try new things with the ball, will be encouraged to take chances and be reassured that it is okay to make mistakes. Coaches will reward the behaviors they are looking for and the end result will be a better, more confident soccer player.
The program is designed for the development of the total person and soccer player. The staff will encourage all players to strive for excellence in both academics and athletics. Training sessions are designed to allow the players the opportunity to develop and foster leadership skills. The program aims to have all players committed to becoming the best all-around person.
For more information and to find out how to enroll in this unique opportunity, visit ericbellsocceracademy.com.