Players From The YMCA Youth Soccer League, Capital Streaks, Invited to Partake In Special Training Session At US Soccer Training Center
Congratulations to all the Capital City Streaks players that have been invited to the US Soccer Training Center session that was scheduled for Thursday, November 17 in Vestavia Hills, AL. This is a great accomplishment and well deserved opportunities for our players. We wish all of them the best.
- Lucas Rizzo
- Sam Loftis
- Pete Dickinson
- Bobby Eskridge
- Kobey Stoup (plays for 2001Elite)
- Jack Loftis (plays for 2001Elite)
- Cobi Keel (plays for 2001Elite)
- Harrison Scott (plays for 2001Elite)
- Hayes Colvin
- Luke Adams
About Training Centers:
U.S. Soccer Training Centers (TCs) are free, single-day player identification opportunities for players with high potential to train under the direction of U.S. Soccer Youth National Team coaches and staff. TCs are a critical element to the U.S. Soccer development model and are designed to improve talent identification and evaluation, player development, and coaching development. Approximately 200 regional sessions are conducted per year in key markets throughout the country.
U.S. Soccer Training Centers are designed to replicate Youth National Team camps. Only players and coaches are welcome. Parents are not invited to stay and watch the training session. U.S. Soccer’s objective is to create an environment where players take responsibility for their own development. TCs are the pathway to the Youth National Teams.
As the National Governing Body of soccer in the United States, and under the auspices of the United States Olympic Committee, we are empowered and charged with developing the teams that represent the United States in all international competitions such as the Olympics and World Cup. The Training Center Program is an integral part of this process.