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NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS!!

 

2014 Fall Juniors

Fall Juniors will start in September for 6 weeks

5:30-6:30p.m.

 

In UA: Sep 5, 7, 12, 19, 21, 26, Oct 3, 5, 10

(trainings Fridays, games Sundays)

 

In Dublin: Sep 5, 12, 15, 19, 26, 29, Oct 3, 10, 13

(trainings Fridays, games Mondays)

 

Sessions Focus

6 weeks with 12 dates, one 60’ session of skills training each week, and another 60’ session of games each week

Ages: U5-U7 Welcome (players born between Aug. 1, 2007 and July 31, 2010)

Those participating in UA Kiwanis or Dublin DSL can participate for FREE.

(The idea with this offering is that you can play in the local rec program and receive professional training as well)

Those not participating in one of these local rec programs pay $90

 

Fall  Cost

$75 (includes Juniors T-Shirt)

Free to those participating in Fall Dublin DSL or UA Kiwanis

 

Fall Locations

In UA: Northwest Park at 4840 Stonehaven Drive, UA 43220 (south of Henderson Rd…additional parking on North Bank Dr)

In Dublin: OP Indoor Facility at 7420 St. Rt. 161, Dublin, 43016 (at the intersection of Post Rd/161 and Cosgray Rd)

 

 

2014-15 Winter Juniors

Indoor Winter Juniors will start in January, 2015

6 Weeks – Dates & Times To Be Finalized

 

Sessions Focus

The first 45’ of each session will focus on skills training, the latter half playing games that encourage use of the skills learned.

Ages: U5-U7 Welcome (players born between Aug. 1, 2007 and July 31, 2010)

 

Winter Cost

$90 (includes Juniors T-Shirt)

If you registered 2014 Fall Junior then you can receive a Winter Discount (pay only $75) if you register for Winter Juniors by November 1 (Already have T-Shirt)

Note: Those participating in Dublin DSL or UA Kiwanis programs don’t pay for Fall and Spring Juniors, so there is no discount for Winter Juniors.

 

Winter Indoor Location

All Winter sessions will be at the OP Indoor Facility at 7420 St. Rt. 161, Dublin, 43016 (at the intersection of Post Rd/161 and Cosgray Rd)

 

 

 

2015 Spring Juniors

Spring Juniors will start in April for 6 weeks

5:30-6:30p.m.

Dates to be finalized

 

WHAT AGES IS OP JUNIORS FOR?

 U5, U6, U7  (players born between Aug. 1, 2007 and July 31, 2010)

 

 

 

Goals of the Program?

 

Goals for the Ohio Premier Juniors program are FUN, TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT and SPORTSMANSHIP. FUN comes first, because when children enjoy soccer, learning takes care of itself – they want to come back for “more.” TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT is vital, for without basic skills, players are limited in their athletic expression and their enjoyment of soccer is reduced. The OP Juniors aims to instill a solid technical base in each player, so that they are ready for U8/9 travel soccer. Finally, SPORTSMANSHIP is crucial. Soccer is a team sport, so players must absorb the basic elements of SPORTSMANSHIP: teamwork, cooperation, listening, basic work ethic, and attention to instruction. Even if a player does not continue with soccer, these elements of SPORTSMANSHIP will serve them well in school, work and life. 

 

 

WHAT DO THEY DO DURING A SESSION?

Players meet twice per week to work on various individual soccer skills and play small sided games.

 

 

WHERE IS OP JUNIORS TRAINING HELD?

Dublin Sessions will take place at the OP Training Facility,7420 St. Rt. 161, Dublin, 43016 

Arlington Sessions will take place at Northwest Park 4800 Stonehaven Dr, Columbus 43220.

Winter indoor training will take place at the OP Training Facility, 7420 St. Rt. 161, Dublin, 43016 

 

2013-14 OP JUNIORS

WHAT AGES IS OP JUNIORS FOR?

 U5, U6, U7  (players born between Aug. 1, 2006 and July 31, 2009)

 
 
 
Goals of the Program?
 
Goals for the Ohio Premier Juniors program are FUN, TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT and SPORTSMANSHIP. FUN comes first, because when children enjoy soccer, learning takes care of itself – they want to come back for “more.” TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT is vital, for without basic skills, players are limited in their athletic expression and their enjoyment of soccer is reduced. The OP Juniors aims to instill a solid technical base in each player, so that they are ready for U8/9 travel soccer. Finally, SPORTSMANSHIP is crucial. Soccer is a team sport, so players must absorb the basic elements of SPORTSMANSHIP: teamwork, cooperation, listening, basic work ethic, and attention to instruction. Even if a player does not continue with soccer, these elements of SPORTSMANSHIP will serve them well in school, work and life. 
 
 
WHAT DO THEY DO DURING A SESSION?
Players meet twice per week to work on various individual soccer skills and play small sided games.
 
 
WHERE IS OP JUNIORS TRAINING HELD?
Dublin Sessions will take place at the OP Training Facility,7420 St. Rt. 161, Dublin, 43016 
Arlington Sessions will take place at Northwest Park 4800 Stonehaven Dr, Columbus 43220.
Winter indoor training will take place at the OP Training Facility, 7420 St. Rt. 161, Dublin, 43016 
 
 
 

 


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