OUR COACHING PROCESS
ZSA coaches have a more unique perspective on how to teach and how to interact with kids as most of its coaches have coaching experiences at a K12 school.
Upper Level Coaching Licence97%
Available for Private Training Sessions85%
Coaches Boys and Girls100%
Our goal is to open up the pool and all kids from all walks of life and financial backgrounds come to our facility to have fun playing soccer.
ZSA caters to the youth players between 5-15 years olds, whose parents want a hands-off but family-focused atmosphere where their child can have fun but learn the game of soccer in a shorter length of time.
Ages 10 + will focus more on the youth players that want to compete at the highest levels of soccer leading to a more focused approach on the player’s goal of achieving the next level.
Technologies we use:
We aim to provide soccer players with a positive, challenging and enjoyable learning environment with an emphasis on developing individuals that can excel as both players and members of the community.
Enthusiastic, player-centered coaching that facilitates and enhances player development without neglecting weaknesses through a holistic, individualized approach.
ZSA coaches know each player and they are trained in the ability to develop a player’s physical capacity in a safe and controlled manner.
In developing players we must build the ‘foundation’ first slowly and with impeccable quality
Our coaching staff is educated on the type of injuries which occur in soccer for all age groups. They are trained on how to prepare players to prevent injuries on the field
Coaches will perform warm-up and flexibility exercises before each training session and each game.
The importance of speed and agility in modern football. Drills will focus on the following skills. During matches players rarely sprint in a straight line at top speed.
Our coaching staff understands the energy systems which are used by youth players. We evaluate and train on the type of movements that players complete in a match. Then we focus on how long an average player spends in possession of the ball and how to improve that short period of time on the ball. Each coach will evaluate