Soccer Class Deals in North Jersey
While a ref can hand out freekicks, we lack the stripes to pull that off -- but today's deal from Performance in Technique come pretty close. For $60 (regularly $175), your child can begin an eight-week fall program for ages 6 to 18, or give your child ages 3 to 5 a similar, age-appropriate program (regularly $120). The training magic occurs at Branchburg Fields in Branchburg weekly from September 17 through November 10, or a Saturday goalkeeping class from September 22 to November 10. The older athletes will have sessions on Tuesday and Friday evening, and Saturday morning and afternoon while younger players train in the morning or afternoon, Monday through Friday. For these developing athletes, an emphasis on hundreds of touches coupled with careful coaching helps players develop technique and consistency. Your child will improve his or her soccer skills -- and should be ready for those key shots, on and off the field.
Kids love to have fun in the summer, whether shooting water balloons at friends or sitting inside and thinking about Halloween. Make the most of summer with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $35 for a one-week sports or soccer camp for one child (a $79 value) $69 for a one-week sports or soccer camp for two children (a $158 value) Both options are valid for four styles of summer camp for ages 2–5 (with two months of flexibility allowed on either end of the age range): Total Sports Squirts, for ages 3–5, allows kids to try out 5 different ...
Practicing a sport is essential if you want to develop coordination and master nuanced rules like Don't Tackle the Ref. Sweat the small stuff with this Groupon. The Deal $65 for an eight-week soccer program for kids ages 3.5–6 (a $130 value) Programs take place in a variety of local towns. Click here for a list of towns. Enthusiastic coaches lead groups of wee ones in learning the basics of soccer through fun games. Each fun-filled one-hour class culminates in a 10-minute game of soccer. Kids will get plenty of breaks, so parents should send them with bottles of water ...