August 3 – 6, 2020 | U9 – U15 Players
The MSA Pre-Season Camp is designed to accelerate your child’s technical ability in a fun and safe environment. Taught by the MSA staff coaches, this camp will expand your player’s bag of tricks and their love of soccer.
MSA Pre-Season camp is run by our licensed select coaches and directors of coaching. Pre-Season Training Camp is an integral part of our pre-season schedule and is essential for your child’s soccer growth, in preparation for the upcoming season. Pre-Season Training Camp also allows our coaches to get to know all of the players within their respective age groups, in terms of their current level of play as well as on a personal level.
Players will focus on technical touches, small-sided games, as well as speed, agility, and quickness training. Training indoors and under the proper guidelines, provides a prime environment to keep kids out of the sun, safe from inclement weather, and focused on improving their soccer skills.
Following local and state mandates, and ensuring social distancing, we will be limiting the number of participants training at one time by dividing the Camp Day into only having specific age groups on site at one time.
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Times / Locations
|2011/2012 Girls||Tony Turini||9:00 AM – 11:00 AM||EPS West|
|2010 Girls||Marc Fiorelli||9:00 AM – 11:00 AM||EPS West|
|2008/2009 Girls||Colin Petersen, Lia Petersen||9:00 AM – 11:00 AM||EPS Pennbriar|
|2006/2007 Girls||Pedro Argaez, Gary Kagiavas, Russell Segesdy||1:30 PM – 3:30 PM||EPS Pennbriar|
|2012/2013 Boys||Jamie Smith||9:00 AM – 11:00 AM||EPS Pennbriar|
|2010/2011 Boys||Evan Beutler||11:15 AM – 1:15 PM||EPS West|
|2011 Boys||Marc Fiorelli||11:15 AM – 1:15 PM||EPS West|
|2010 Boys||Jamie Smith||11:15 AM – 1:15 PM||EPS Pennbriar|
|2009 Boys||Aaron Pentz||11:15 AM – 1:15 PM||EPS Pennbriar|
|2008 Boys||Srdan Ninkovic, Joe DiSanto||1:30 PM – 3:30 PM||EPS Pennbriar|
|2006/2007 Boys||Pedro Argaez, Colin Petersen, Jason Falk||11:15 AM – 1:15 PM||EPS Pennbriar|
MSA’s Return to Play Guidelines
Youth in this country benefit immeasurably from sport – mentally, physically and emotionally. Our Return to Play Guidelines are designed to help athletes return to soccer while minimizing the risks of both disease transmission and injury risk, yet providing them the very important physical, and psychosocial benefits they have lost during the suspension of sport. These guidelines are meant to help teams ensure the best and most responsible experience on the field, consistent with local, state, and federal guidelines.
The US Youth Soccer Recommendations begin with an overview of club and team procedures for competition including processes for tracing and documenting exposures to mitigate spread, and recommendations on returning to play after any needed quarantine. Being consistent and socially responsible to the team will help play to safely continue.
The tremendous mental and physical benefit provided by sport has lifelong impacts. MSA is committed to the total health of our athletes, and we are providing these recommendations to help coaches, parents and players develop a roadmap to set their course in the coming months safely, and within their own comfort level. As with the Return to Play Recommendations, it is critical that we all do this in the right way.
MSA’s Return to Play Guidelines do not supersede or replace any local or state requirements or laws, and the Recommendations should be used as a supplement to any local guidance issued by the state and local municipalities.