Club Development Center
Ages U4-U6 born 2019, 2018 & 2017
Registrations for ages U4 and U5 are closed!
- Players are often led through fun warm-up exercises that get them moving and get their bodies ready for play which include running, skipping, jumping, or other age-appropriate movements.
- Players are encouraged to practice dribbling a soccer ball with their feet in fun games that often include cones, obstacles, and other challenges.
- Learning how to pass and receive the soccer ball in simple, low-pressure games that focus on teamwork and coordination.
- Mini-games that allow them to practice their newly acquired skills in a fun, safe, and supportive environment. These games are often designed to be short and fast-paced to keep children engaged and excited.
- Cost $265.00
Field Map & Groups
Ages U7-U8 born 2016 & 2015
The first 40 minutes per session consist of fun and exciting practice drills followed by a friendly game between groups. Here are some common skills and concepts that children in this age range learn in a soccer league:
- Basic skills: They will learn the basic skills of soccer, including dribbling, passing, shooting, and trapping.
- Rules of the game: They will learn the rules of the game, such as offsides, fouls, and corner kicks.
- Teamwork: They will learn to work as a team and to communicate with their teammates.
- Sportsmanship: They will learn the importance of sportsmanship and fair play.
- Positioning: They will learn about the different positions on the field and how to play their position effectively.
- Fitness: They will learn the importance of fitness and endurance in soccer.
- Strategy: They will learn basic game strategies, such as how to attack and defend as a team
- Cost $265.00
Field Map & Groups
Ages U9-U15 born 2014 & 2008
One session per week is focused on teaching participants technical soccer skills coupled with physical training & ending with a game match amongst the group. The second session per week includes a 7 versus 7 (7 v 7) match in Saint-Laurent, with a minimum of 12 Games. The workshops are guided by the Club’s junior technical staff. Here are some common skills and concepts that players in this age range learn in a recreational soccer league:
- Advanced ball control: Players learn more advanced ball control techniques, such as using different parts of their feet, dribbling at high speeds, and executing feints and moves to beat defenders.
- Passing and receiving strategies: Players learn more advanced passing and receiving strategies, including longer passes, through-balls, and give-and-go plays. They also learn how to read the game and anticipate their teammates’ movements.
- Shooting and scoring tactics: Players learn more advanced shooting and scoring tactics, such as finishing from different angles, using different parts of the foot, and working with teammates to create scoring opportunities.
- Tactical understanding: Players start to develop a deeper understanding of the tactical aspects of the game, including team formations, set pieces, defensive strategies, and attacking strategies.
- Physical fitness and conditioning: Players work on improving their physical fitness and conditioning, including strength, endurance, speed, and agility.
- Sportsmanship and teamwork: Players continue to learn the importance of sportsmanship and teamwork, including respect for opponents, fair play, and collaboration with teammates.
Boys Game Schedules
Girls Game Schedule
The Club Development Center CDC 2 program is a recreational program available for females (F) and males (M) categorized by year of birth and gender.
The activity fees include one soccer uniform kit per player consisting of a jersey, shorts, socks, a ball, and a knapsack. Cost includes the taxes.
No experience, tryouts, photos, or soccer passports are required.
Shin pads plus outdoor soccer shoes are mandatory and are supplied by the participants.
- Location: Marcil-Laurin Park
- Duration: 12 weeks
- Frequency: Twice per week one hour per session
- Days: Monday through Friday
- Time: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm or 7:15 pm – 8:15 pm
- Starting: May 29 and ends August 18
- End of Year Festival: August 19
- $50.00 late registration fee applies to start April 01, 2023
- If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
- Information is subject to change
If the participant is registering for the first time as a *new member a digital clear PHOTO of the participant’s Medicare card or legitimate document identifying their year of birth is mandatory and required to be attached during the online registrations or emailed promptly to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to FINALIZE & CONFIRM registration. *New members are considered as one of the following: 1) The participant has never registered in a soccer club in Quebec. 2) Participants which only registered for either the STL Soccer Camps or the EDS program and never registered for CDC 1, CDC2, LDIR, LSEQ, PLSJQ, or PLSQ programs. 3) Participants which were registered in the past season with a different club.