CHOOSING A SOCCER PROGRAM

Looking for a team?

Bellbrook Soccer Association sponsors two different options for youth players:

Team Program
Tryouts?
Coaching
Commitment
Cost
Ohio Fusion Select Soccer
YES
Professional Coaches

Commit to 10 month season; 

3x per week (practice/game)

$700 - $975/season + uniform
Bellbrook Recreational Soccer
NO
Volunteer

Commit to one season at a time (fall, winter, spring); 

3x per week (practice or game)

$85/season
Looking for training?

Bellbrook Soccer Association offers the following training options:

Training Option
Coaching
Cost
Date(s)
Description
Future Stars Academy
Professional Coaches
$60/season (fall, winter or spring)

Winter: 

   S1: Dec 5 - Jan 23

   S2: Jan 30 - Mar 13 

Spring: Fridays (6-7pm)

This training program is for children ages 6-9 who are looking for a higher level of play. All training sessions are fun, high energy, and designed to develop technical skills.
Additional information about our training programs
Sports Injury Prevention

Soccer injuries in adolescents dramatically increase by the time players are high school-aged. Most are non-contact injuries due to poor turning and landing techniques. Studies have shown through the KIPP, PEP, and FIFA 11+ programs that a consistent injury prevention program and education for players of all ages can reduce the rates of non-contact soccer injuries.

 

Jonathon Soto is a Certified Sportsmetric injury prevention instructor, with 3 years of experience working with young athletes at Dayton Children's South Campus rehab unit as a Physical Therapy Assistant. The program will be structured on 4 main points in injury prevention: A proper warm-up and stretching routine, strengthening/conditioning of specific muscles for landing and turning, proper landing and turning techniques with plyometric and agility training, and balance training to assist with maintaining stability with high-level movement.

 

All topics will be focused on soccer-specific movements. The program is beneficial for players of all ages, especially for adolescent females as females are 4-6x more likely to suffer an ACL injury.