A week of goalscoring brought to you by Kingston United Soccer Club. The art of scoring goals has long been identified as the hardest thing to do when playing soccer hence the price tag for a goal scorer in todays transfer market is usually upwards of $100 million dollars for someone to put the ball in the back of the net. Think Ronaldo, Messi, Sinclair, Mbappe & Suarez. They earn so much and cost so much because they do the ultimate thing in a game of soccer, they score goals. The Number 9 Striker Clinic will run through the variety of techniques when under zero pressure, when under a relative amount of pressure and when the going gets tough and you are under copious amounts of pressure and still have to find the ability and quality to find the back of the net. Practice, repetition and plenty of fun and enjoyment whilst doing so, this clinic is designed to improve players who have the willingness and desire to improve their overall finishing.
Who is this clinic for? Any player from the ages of 8 – 15 who has a burning desire to improve their finishing ability. Do you have to be a striker/number 9? No, this is open to anybody that likes attacking and wants to score goals. Remember, you may end up playing in a variety of positions as you grow older, who’s to say you won’t be wearing the number 9 jersey for Canada at the 2026 World Cup?
For more information click on the link below!
Kingston United's Liam Hughes Earns his UEFA A License.
Kingston United is proud to announce that our Technical Director, Liam Hughes, has completed his UEFA A License after a successful evaluation in the UK this March. Recognized internationally, the UEFA A License is only granted to coaches who have demonstrated an extensive knowledge of soccer and most importantly, the ability to communicate that knowledge successfully as a coach to youth and adult players.
Since joining Kingston United last fall, Liam has been a consummate professional and has worked hard to improve our club's programs and to guide the development of our volunteer coaches. His commitment to improve his own skills has set an example for us all as our club moves forward. Congratulations Liam!
Thank you to all our 2019 sponsors who have generously supported our club this year!
For more information about our sponsors, their websites and more visit http://www.kusc.ca/sponsors
Kingston United is very excited and looking forward to our 2019 Outdoor Season!
House League/Recreation registration is now available for our 2019 season. The season begins the week of June 3rd and ends week of August 18th.
Our House League tournament will be August 24, and 25th.
Picture Day will be the weekend of June 22nd and 23rd at Holy Cross Secondary School.
Registration with a credit card is available online (remember to pick the correct registration form for your child's birth year) or you may stop by our office located at 35 Terry Fox Dr to register with cash or cheque. We will also be taking registrations at the 2019 Leisure Showcase which will be held at the Boys and Girls Club West on April 6th 2019 from 10 AM to 2 PM.
Please take note there's a deadline for friend requests in order for our staff to prepare teams and have lists ready for coaches. Wednesday May 8, 2019 is the deadline for any friend requests to be accepted.
There is a spot on the registration form where you can offer to coach your child's team, or call us in the office for more information.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available! For more information please contact the office.
Join us in 2019 for a great summer :)
If you are a committed U13/2006 female player and interested in playing at regional level, the second highest level of soccer in the province behind the OPDL, get in touch with our Technical Director for further details about training days/times.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 613 507 9760
We have an exciting opportunity for a 2004 born, U15 female player to join our current competitive team at Kingston United. If you are interested or know somebody who would have an interest in playing competitive soccer this season and meets the age requirements above, contact email@example.com for more details.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 613 507 9760
Kingston United Soccer Club is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide organized recreational and competitive soccer in a safe and healthy environment. The club promises to foster the values and ethics of fair play and respect for others in all club activities. Through the ongoing encouragement, skill development, and training of players, coaches, and officials, the club will provide the opportunity for everyone to achieve their potential and will work to instill a lifelong passion for the game of soccer.
"I want to say that my son, Marcus really enjoyed the Winter Academy this year and definitely got a lot out of it. The coaches were really AMAZING!! Such a great soccer knowledge, and so good with the kids. I was very impressed with them. There are also a lot of talented children coming out to those sessions, and I think Marcus gained valuable experience playing with them.
Thank you to the organizers, coaches and the whole team that brought this program together for the kids. It is very good, and we will be excited to be a part of it next winter. "
Mike (and Marcus!)
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David Mitchell, owner of Soccer Plus International, spent some time this winter in Igloolik and Pond Inlet helping run the Nunavut Soccer Association Community Futsal Camps. Check out the pictures(and jersey's) from his trip!
Soccer Plus International, located at 2780 Princess St., can help you with all your soccer needs!
For more information on this opportunity visit the Ontario Soccer website
Kingston United Soccer Club
35 Terry Fox Drive, Suite #201
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