Kingston U8-U10 Development Soccer

Current activities:

Summer 2016 Our U9 Pegasus team for boys born in 2007-2009 trains 2-3 times a week, plays a game on Wednesdays against other development teams (Quinte West, Belleville, Kingston United and Kingston Clippers), and participates in tournaments in Oshawa, Ottawa, Peterborough and Kingston.

Future activities:

Fall 2016
 After our 2016 summer season ends in late August, we will hold several information sessions for new players who are interested in joining our U10 and U9 teams for the Summer 2017. We're looking for boys born in 2007, 2008, or 2009 to come play with us. Instead of holding tryouts, we invite all interested players and families to come watch and participate in our practices and chat about our plans for the next season.  We have open house practices Tuesdays and Fridays 6-7:15pm through Tuesday August 23rd at the CFB Regiment Mini located at 8 Somme Ave. (K7K 5H5)  After a brief break we will announce further open house practices in September.  

ter 2016-2017 Most of our boys will train twice a week in the KBFC Soccer Academy, the only professional and Ontario Soccer Association ORNCA accredited academy in Eastern Ontario under Mike Akai's technical direction.

Spring 2017 Our Pegasus U10 team (for players born in 2007-2008) and U9 team (for players born in 2008-2009) will train 2-3 times a week indoors and outdoors. 

Summer 2017 Our Pegasus U10 and U9 teams will practice twice a week, one of which will be with Mike Akai of KBFC Soccer Academy, and will play a weekly game against other development teams (e.g. Belleville, Kingston Clippers, Kingston United, and Quinte West). The teams will also participate in several tournaments.

Past activities:

Winter 2015-2016 Players born in 2007-2009 trained in the KBFC Soccer Academy with players from other Kingston area development teams (Kingston Clippers and Kingston United).

Spring 2016 Our U9 Pegasus team for players born in 2007-2009 trained 2-3 times a week, first indoors and then outdoors.

Why play with us?

Most of our practices are led by an experienced professional coach and we focus on helping kids learn how to play the short-passing game.