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©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential BYC Soccer March 23, 2014 Parent & Player Meeting
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Merger of Organizations – Why? New Beginnings & Vision: – Youth Development – Intramural Program – Director’s Developmental Program or ‘DDP’ – Travel Program – Director of Coaching – Tryouts – Colors, Logo & Uniform – Team Camps – Cost – Volunteers Introductions BYC Soccer January 16, 2014 Page 2
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential To create a regionally recognized, community centered, youth soccer club that addresses all levels of soccer from recreational to competitive travel. To provide players in the greater Garnet Valley community with programs and coaching to be successful in the game of soccer while creating healthy, life long habits and promoting sportsmanship in all our players, coaches and teams. Eliminate “competition” between 2 local clubs. Develop and retain our youth players at all levels. Why Merge? BYC Soccer January 16, 2014 Page 3
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Board - 10 Voting Members Soccer Committee Positions (Non Voting) Board/Soccer Committee BYC Soccer January 16, 2014 Page 4 PresidentGirls Travel Director (2) Vice PresidentBoys Travel Director (2) TreasurerIntramural Director (2) Secretary Director of CoachingRef Coordinator Field CoordinatorUniforms/Equipment RegistrarAt Large TOPS
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Jim Wallace – GVHS Head Coach – UEFA ‘B’ License / SFA C-D-E License / USSF D-E-F-G License – NSCAA Level 1 & Level 3 Diplomas – HND in Sports Coaching & Development Mission: Develop & Improve coaches to maximize potential at all ages. Roles and Responsibilities: – Development of players and coaches – Develop a program for internal staff development -- both formally (licensing courses, seminars, etc.), and informally (regular feedback and observation, mentoring, etc.). – Staff Recruitment and Assignment – Develop and run Director’s Developmental Program (DDP) Director of Coaching (DOC): BYC Soccer January 16, 2014 Page 5
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential BYC SOCCER PLAYER PATH DDP u9 – u10TRAVEL u11 – u17 Penn Fusion Soccer Academy u15 – u18 DEVELOPMENTAL u4 - u8 FC Brandywine Affiliate Partner INTRAMURAL U9 – U14 BYC Soccer
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Youth Development Statement: – To create an environment where the young soccer player, ages 3-8 learns the fundamentals of soccer in a fun, skills based curriculum designed by our DOC and US Youth Soccer Youth Development Objectives: – Increase players motor skills and social behavior – Build a foundation of teamwork and love of the game – Focused on skills development ‘one kid, one ball’ – Small sided games 3v3, 4v4 for maximum participation – Typically a one hour practice, 1x week; Games Saturday morning Youth Developmental Program: U4 – U8: BYC Soccer – Developmental January 16, 2014 Page 7
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Intramural Mission Statement: – To provide a fun, yet competitive, environment for players of all levels Intramural Objectives: Support players at all levels who enjoy the game Focus on Fun, Fitness and Skill Development Develop team and life skills through participation in a team environment Typically one practice week, games on weekends Intramural U9 – U15 BYC Soccer – Intramural January 16, 2014 Page 8
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential DDP Mission Statement: – The Directors’ Development Program (DDP) will provide a player ‐ centered developmental program that focuses on creating a nurturing, educational soccer environment while concentrating on "what’s best for the players“ DDP Objectives: – Provide appropriate competition, travel and training to game ratio for every child – Reduce fear of failure, by eliminating the pressure of winning games with more emphasis on individual player development and focusing on appropriate competition rather than making the competition the sole focus – Training focuses on developing technically gifted, versatile, and creative players, plus the fundamentals that are essential to long term development. – Develop players that love to play the game, have a desire to improve and learn and are able to compete to the best of their ability as they get older. – DDP Age Group’s will not participate in the Delco or PAGS leagues & will not play State Cup competitions – DDP Program will be trained by staff coaches and supported with parent volunteers – Include up to 40 players by age group. Directors’ Development Program (DDP) U9 – U10: FC Brandywine – DDP & Travel January 16, 2014 Page 9
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential DDP Format: – U9 and U10 Age groups – Participate in training 2 times per week – Participate in intra-squad games on the weekend – Play in DDP festivals against other DDP programs – Game formats will include but not limited to 8v8, 5v5, free ‐ play & ability based games – Winter indoor/futsal will be an option – Spring training and DPP festivals Current DDP Clubs: – Continental FC- Delaware Union – Nether United- Rage Soccer Club – Spirit United- West Chester United Soccer Club – West-Mont United- Yardley Makefield Soccer Directors’ Development Program (DDP) U9 – U10: FC Brandywine – DDP & Travel January 16, 2014 Page 10
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Travel Mission Statement: – To provide a robust team development centered program focused on technical and tactical aspects of the game. Travel Objectives: – To increase technical ability – Improve players tactical awareness of the game. – To encourage creativity and love of the game – Provide the appropriate level of competitiveness where the player and team can thrive – Teams aligned in PAGS & DelCo based upon ability – Utilize paid staff coach, minimum one practice per week – Continue critical parent coach involvement Travel Program U11 – U18: FC Brandywine – DDP & Travel January 16, 2014 Page 11
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Conducted by Director of Coaching Evaluators consist of: – Paid Staff Coaches – High School Coaches – UK Elite Staff Key Focus Points – Technical (passing, shooting, dribbling) – Tactical awareness in 3v3, 5v5 & full sided games – Players will receive a score for each component – Scores averaged and formulated to provide rankings – Key Tryout Dates, Times & Parents Meetings: Between May 2 – June 6 Tryout Process – DDP & Travel FC Brandywine – DDP & Travel January 16, 2014 Page 12
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential DDP 40 Players at each age level and gender Based on rankings Travel Teams (new name structure) Three Tiers Consistent naming w/ year of birth (branding) Elite (selected from top 22 ranked players) Premier Select Teams will be created by DOC & Travel Directors Coaches determined after team selection Travel Team Selection: FC Brandywine – DDP & Travel January 16, 2014 Page 13
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Logo & Colors Representative of both organizations Primary Royal Blue & White Uniform Adidas Primary & Secondary Jersey Adidas Shorts & Socks DDP will utilize primary jersey, shorts, socks Travel Teams will align with new uniforms Warm – Ups, Bags optional Coaches gear, polo & warm-up: TBD Logo, Colors & Uniform Selection: FC Brandywine – DDP & Travel January 16, 2014 Page 14
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential DDP $400 Includes 2x week training & games Paid Staff Coach Registration to DDP Travel All Levels: Elite, Premier, Select $600 - $1400 Depends on level of team, tournaments, training Decisions on level of commitment made by DOC & Travel Directors based upon competitive level of team Team expense estimate distributed at tryouts Cost: FC Brandywine – DDP & Travel January 16, 2014 Page 15
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential Details: Registration opening this week! Monday, April 17 – Thurs 19 th – 9 AM to 12 PM 8 to 14 years; $110 Summer Team Camps Details: Team Camps U9 – U14; 9 AM – 3 PM Facilitated by DOC & Staff Coaches July 7 – 11: Open Camp – All Ages/Abilities July 14 – 18: U13 – U14 July 21 – 25: U11 – U12 July 28 – Aug 1: U9 – U10 Suggested for all teams Spring Break Camp FC Brandywine – Camps January 16, 2014 Page 16
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential January 16, 2014 Page 17
©2014 MasterCard. Proprietary and Confidential RESOURCES: - BYC Website: bycsoccerclub.com - Facebook: www.facebook.com/fcbrandywinewww.facebook.com/fcbrandywine VOL NTEERS Q&A BYC Soccer & FC Brandywine January 16, 2014 Page 18
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