Virginia Soccer Association is excited to host on April 10th - 14th and July 10th-14th another series of premiere clinics over our camp slate. Over your break come out and take your skills to the next level. On our turf facilities, work with BEASTMODE SOCCER trainers as you unleash the BEAST! BEASTMODE SOCCER of Virginia is led by Tim Krout, an experienced and well respected A-licensed coach. Beast Mode currently has training sites in the central and northern areas of Virginia along with Maryland.
Coach Tim Krout had this to share, "We are excited to bring the #1 technical and most complete mental training program on the planet to VSA for a series of clinics over spring break & summer. Come join us! We guarantee to improve your comfort on the ball, while helping develop a mindset that will take your game to the next level."
At the BEASTMODE SOCCER Clinic, we will be introducing the SWAG Mindset. Each day we will have a different mental topic to discuss such as goal setting, maintaining focus on field, and growth vs. fixed mindset. Not only will your skills improve, but so will your approach to the game.
Finishing Camp will provide players with multiple repetitions of every type of finishing activity. There will be heavy focus on perfecting technique on power and finesse. Campers will leave at the end of the week with extra confidence in their ability to put the ball in the back of the net!
Coach Alex Herrera shared, "Finishing camp, and the focused art of finishing is essential for all players. The technique, form, and repetition that the campers will get is vital to taking their game to the next level!"
Become that true goal scorer and take your abilities to new heights at our Finishing Camp!
Caoilinn McLane, VSA’s 01G NPL Academy Goalkeeper, was diagnosed with Pediatric Acute Myeloid Leukemia during November of 2016. Over the past few months Caoilinn has been on an extremely tough journey at D.C. Children’s Hospital and has shown great strength battling the first few month of cancer. She just recently returned home for several days before she begins her next round of chemotherapy. Before she traveled home VSA’s Matt Lacey, Executive Director, and Bronson Gambale, Director of Player Education, were able to spend the afternoon with her at D.C. Children’s Hospital.
During the visit both Matt and Bronson spent the afternoon laughing at jokes, talking sports, and seeing some of the crafts and artwork Caoilinn has been able to make while spending her time at the Hospital. Caoilinn along with her family have really made her room a place of strength and inspiration with motivational quotes and posters/pictures from all of her friends and family supporting her all the way. For those of you who know Caoilinn you will know that she has always been a fighter on and off the field and during the visit it was very clear that nothing has changed.
After their visit with Caoilinn, Matt Lacey had this to share “We really enjoyed spending time with Caoilinn and her family. For me and Bronson as parents of young children it is obviously very hard to see any child going through what Caoilinn is facing each day but what I can say is we were blown away by her positive attitude and personality that shone through. She is an immensely brave young women who is showing tremendous strength and fight each day to overcome this unforeseen illness. We are very proud of her and I hope all of our members can take something positive from her journey to continue fighting each day and apply it to their daily lives”.
VSA wants to support her and be by her side as an extended family during this tough time. As members of our club, our community, and the bond surrounding this great game, she and her family stand strong as we look to join them on this journey.
How we as VSA & the Soccer Community as a whole can help:
Loudoun Soccer 2nd Annual Foxtrot 5K & Fun Run (benefiting the Meekers & McLanes):
Registration is considered complete when payment is made
Players with outstanding fees will not be placed on a team until fees are paid in full
After 11:55pm on the final day of the regular registration period, players will be considered a late registration. Players will be placed on teams as space allows. Registration fees will be charged as well as a $20 late registration fee. If your child is not placed the registration fee will be refunded.
Coaches, assistants, and managers are encouraged to volunteer during registration. Please choose the discount option during our child's registration but also complete the volunteer registration. Choose your name icon when you are registering your child and you will be forwarded to the volunteer registration
Head Coaches will receive a 50% registration credit at registration (for the child they are coaching). Assistant Coaches and Managers will receive a $10 credit at registration.
Every effort is made to put players from the same family on the same practice nights. However, due to several logistical factors, we are unable to guarantee that siblings will practice on the same nights.
Due to the number of players and teams in our program, siblings are not guaranteed to practice at the same time each night.