Junior Academy (5-7 year olds) 2019-12-07T16:08:16-05:00


WCSA’s Junior Academy is designed for the very youngest player to get an introduction to soccer, and learn from some of the best instructors around.  Our professional coaching staff provides technical instruction with an emphasis on building a foundation of enjoyment of the game that will last a lifetime.

Come join the fun!

Questions?  Email Mike Dwyer at mdwyer@wcsoccerclub.com


Who: Boys and Girls Coed Class born in 2013 and 2014

Costs: $85.00 per player
$20.00 off price for early registration. Must register by December 13.

When/Where – Please select one of the following two options.

  •  Option 1 – Thursdays 6:00-7:00 pm @ Grace Chapel 406 4 th Ave. Mason, OH 45050   January 9 – March 5
  • Option 2 – Fridays 6:00-7:00 pm @ Wall2Wall Soccer 846 Reading Rd. Mason, Ohio 45040  January 10 – March 6


In the Fall the boys and girls trained separately?
Due to the limited amount of indoor training space and many kids playing other traditional winter sports we offer one class per week.

When does the Winter season start?
Thursday January 9, 2020 and Friday, January 10, 2020.

What should my child wear?
Warren County Training Shirt (club provided) and proper soccer attire (shorts, shin guards, socks placed over shin guards, and soccer cleats). To order your free training through soccer village, please visit the
following link. https://warrencountysa.com/2017-2019-uniform-ordering-instructions/

What should my child bring to soccer practice?
Soccer ball (size 3 or 4), water.

I like to be involved in my child’s development. How can I help? We gladly welcome encourage our WCSA parents to share in the developmental process so they can
support their child’s growth now and in the future. Here at WCSA, volunteerism, is one of our core values.
If you would like to get involved as a volunteer contact Mike Dwyer at mdwyer@wcsoccerclub.com.

Can you tell me a little more about the training curriculum?
Training Format:  Players train in small groups to maximize their touches on the ball.  Each week we will
have a training topic that focuses on specific sets of ball skills to help build a solid soccer foundation. The training exposes players to 1 player, 1 ball activities, athletic movement exercises, and small sided competitions. The students will learn about their role on a team relative to the ball, their teammates and the opponent.  They also gain game savvy…that is, understanding how to play the game given time, space, score, area of the field etc.
Game Format: Because of the limited indoor space, the focus will be on training. Saturday games will resume in the Spring 2020.
Curriculum:  Emphasis is on building a foundation of ball mastery, work ethic, sportsmanship, and enjoyment of the game that will last a lifetime. We help spark the growth mindset and creativity through guided discovery. Students will learn to become creative, skillful, confident, intelligent and respectful soccer players.