GRASSROOTS SOCCER CLUB
192 SQFT goal keeping academy offers the chance for young keepers to learn from English Premier League and UEFA licensed coaches. Students will be guided and pushed on every aspect of this specialized position of the game. All technical, tactical and physical areas of the game will be covered as well as how to deal with the mental side of the game.
All techniques and methods have been tried and tested at the highest levels of International and Premier League football
- Handling and footwork
- Shot stopping
- Dealing with crosses
- Support and communication
- Goalkeepers position in relation to the ball
- Supporting defenders
- Defending corners and free kicks
- Specific goalkeeping condition
- Functional condition
- Speed /power
- Learning to Compete
- Decision making
2016 Brandon Kamphaus Award winner
Petr Jander – has been with the camp for 5 years and has improved and shown good promise every year. This year the progression he has made has stood out and we hope he can continue and forge a career for himself in the professional game. 192sqft give him our best wishes and good luck for the future.
2015 Brandon Kamphaus Award winner
Nikki Lane winner of the 2015 Brandon Kamphaus Memorial Award, with Academy Directors, Andy Quy and Matt Pasquinelli.
2014 Brandon Kamphaus Award
Nicholas Widmaier, winner of the 2014 Brandon Kamphaus Memorial Award,
with Academy Directors, Andy Quy and Matt Pasquinelli.
2013 Brandon Kamphaus Award winner
Camp Location for 13-19 Year Old Goalkeepers
Loyola university and Puerto Rico’s national team starting goalkeeper Matt Sanchez played against USA where he recorded 9 saves.