TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Registration for the fourth year of Project 4.0, a developmental soccer training academy, is currently underway and spots are limited. Project 4.0 is run by members of the Florida State Soccer staff and is for players in 2nd through 8th grade that allows participants the unique opportunity to work with current college coaches and FSU players.
The training sessions, held at the Seminole Soccer Complex, focus on technique and skill development through small group instruction. Project 4.0 is held on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-7 p.m. and is designed to supplement club or school training.
Goalkeeper-specific training will also be available from FSU goalkeeper coach Mike Bristol. In order to develop the whole player, players in grades 2nd through 8th interested in goalkeeper training will work with field players for the first hour and then transition to goalkeeper-specific drills for the last 30 minutes. Goalkeeping training is also available from 5:30-6:30 p.m. for high-school aged players.
Project 4.0 is designed around four basic principles: Commitment, Education, Leadership and Excellence. Coaches will encourage players to strive for excellence in both academics and athletics and will provide players with opportunities to develop leadership skills.
This popular program, which reached capacity in its first three years, is almost full for the 2013 - 2014 program year. To sign-up and secure a spot for Project 4.0 today, please call the FSU Soccer Office at 850-645-3200 or email email@example.com