BBSC Training Schedule - PK/JK thru 8th
BBSC scheduled training starts Tuesday, September 5th.
scheduled training sessions are:
JK and Kindg. practice before their games on Sunday
1st and 2nd grader boys/girls
practice either Monday or Tuesday, 5:45pm - 6:30pm or 6:30pm - 7:15pm
3rd thru 8th grader boys/girls practice either Wed or Thu
5:45pm - 6:30pm or 6:30pm - 7:15pm
All teams are expected to
attend the league scheduled training sessions.
coaches select the date/time slot their team will practice.
In some cases it can differ from above schedule.
Specific practice day can NOT be requested by players on
their registration form.
The location for the training
sessions is at Groves High School
To All Soccer Enthusiasts:
The importance of the BBSC creating a great
soccer learning environment within our recreation program is to make
sure that every player and parent that uses our club has every
opportunity to gain the skills and qualities needed to progress into
travel soccer, high school or college soccer if they so desire and
hopefully as many as possible to gain scholarships for college.
All players must wear
appropriate soccer attire to games as well as practices.
Game attire is the official club jersey (red or gray), black
shorts, socks (red or gray), shin guards, cleats. Practice
attire is either shorts or warm-up pants, t-shirt or
sweatshirt, shin guards, and cleats. No jeans or sandals!
Players should also have am ample supply of water with them.
It is a known fact within the soccer world that
the best learning ages for players are between 5 and 10 years of
age. During these formative years to get the most from their motor
skills and the training should be repetitive, fun, and energetic.
As a club we rely heavily on parent volunteers
within our Recreation Program (Rec Program). BBSC sets aside one
night per week for each respective age group to provide trainers to
the parent coach. These trainers help assist, demonstrate, plan and
coach the players ball mastery, passing, and small sided games
getting progressively challenging as the players grow older.
In closing, it is important to remember that
young players need to enhance their motor skills for the game as
much as possible to gain the best out of their natural athletic
Best in soccer,