Kingston U8-U9 Girls and Boys Development Soccer

SUMMER 2022

HOUSELEAGUE

Our U8 & U9 girls and boys house-league programming will begin in April (indoors; outdoors in May) and continue until the end of August. Participants will train and play once per week. At this age, games are either 4 versus 4 or 5 versus 5 depending on the number of registered participants. The majority of games will be within Pegasus AC. Registration is an all inclusive cost.

PROGRAMMING

GIRLS: The girls house-league program begins Wednesday April 6th, indoors at Bayridge Public School (1066 Hudson drive, Kingston). Sessions begin at 5.30pm and go until 6.45pm. These soccer specific sessions continue every Wednesday in April and early May before training is moved outdoors. On Mondays, agility, balance and coordination training for U8/9's will take place at JR Henderson Public School (361 Roosevelt drive, Kingston) from 6-7pm. For indoor training, please have a second pair of clean running shoes to help keep the facility clean.

 

BOYS: The boys house-league program begins Wednesday April 6th, indoors at JR Henderson Public School (361 Roosevelt drive, Kingston). Starting Tuesday 12 April training will be outdoors at Rideau Public School (9 Dundas street, Kingston) from 5.30-6.30pm. On Mondays, agility, balance and coordination training for U8/9's will take place at JR Henderson Public School from 6-7pm. For indoor training, please have a second pair of clean running shoes to help keep the facility clean.

When outdoor training begins in May, it will take place on Monday evenings starting at 5.30pm for both the girls and boys programming. Training and games will take place on the grass fields at the Royal Military College of Canada. More details to follow.

Why register & train with Pegasus AC?

At this age, training is led by our experienced and professional coaches. Training is designed for players to develop skills and understanding of the game. At this stage of development, sessions are fun, designed for progress and growth, while establishing a joy to play the game.