Nordic 2009 (U12) Program – What to Expect.
This program is a developmental program for our younger players.
Our staff of highly qualified coaches and educators introduce players to the technical fundamentals of the game while continuing to nurture and develop each players love for the game.
'Try ins' – Nordic will be hosting 'try ins' for the 2020-21 season. New players will be invited to attend regular team practises, scrimmages, games and camps to be introduced to the Nordic coaching staff and the Nordic soccer philosophy. The 'try in' method allows coaches to get to know players on a more personal basis, and allows families the opportunity to decide if club soccer is a good fit for player and parent. For more information on 'try ins' contact club DOC Jim Goudie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After try-ins players will be sent appropriate paperwork to register for Nordic and initial payment is expected to accept your spot in our program within 2 weeks.
Fall Program - Practices and games will start in late August/early September with 2 team/age group practices per week (days/times TBA) at the Tree Farm soccer complex in Essex Jct and VSA Fall league games on Sundays. Players will also be given a third practise opportunity per week with our Technical Training sessions. This will be a 7 week season through mid to late October. We will begin tiering teams after Fall league play and will continue through-out the winter. Rosters will be finalized in late April/early May.
Winter season –Players will kick off their season at the Nordic Indoor Soccer Center (NISC) at the CVE Expo in Essex Jct in early November. Players practice and/or play two times per week through-out the winter months. Our teams will compete in the U12 league or our U14 league. Players will practice twice per week with their team/age group and also have an additional technical training opportunity during the winter. NISC runs 3 indoor sessions through-out the winter: Session 1 is typically during November and December: Session 2 during January and February with session 3 during March and April. There will be breaks through-out the winter for school holidays and certain CVE Expo shows.
Spring season – Teams will start outdoor practices at the Tree Farm Soccer Complex in Essex Jct after the April school break. Teams will practice twice per week (Mon/Weds or Tues/Thurs) for 90 mins. 5pm to 6.30pm or 6.30pm to 8pm. Teams will compete in the Vermont Soccer League (VSL) in their U12 division. This league includes U11 and U12 teams from other local clubs and town teams. Games are typically on week-ends through-out the state of Vermont. Teams will play in 2 to 3 tournaments through-out the spring season. Memorial Day week-end, we will travel to MA and then the third week-end of June is Nordic Cup. This team will also have the option to enter a Regional event in late June/early July (USYS State Cup/Regionals and/or US Club Soccer Regionals)
Please plan to be available for Nordic events through early July!
Cost: $1625…this includes all costs except uniforms.
What this fee includes:
Fall – Two practises per week, technical training, VSL games and Stowe tournament. Goal-keeper practises.
Winter - Two practises per week, technical training and NISC league games (2 teams per session where numbers allow). Goal-keeper practises.
Spring - Spring - Two practises per week, technical training, VSL games, coaches’ travel expenses upto $700, Goal-keeper practises.
Anything in addition to the above is NOT covered by your player fees and addition costs will be at the team’s expense! Additional expenses may include but are not limited to: additional tournament entry fees (other than Nordic Cup), coaches expenses for these additional tournaments/games and a coaches per diem of $75 per day.