U9/10 Summer Program

Children born in 2015 and 2014 

CDC (Club Development Center) – THE FUNDAMENTALS: Group training in the form of workshops.  

Team registration in the Ligue régionale de soccer de l’Outaouais (LRSO 7 c. 7). 

Price: $387 

Dates:  May to August with fitness camp and team composition in April 

Schedule: https://soccerdescollines.com/en/schedules/ 

Frequency: 1 practice and 1 game per week 

Practices: 3 fitness camp sessions in April, which will also be used to form teams. From May onwards, one weekly group training session per category in the form of workshops as part of the CDC. 

Games: Team registration in LRSO competition that includes 12 to 14 games. Each team may register in other competitions such as Soccer Outaouais’ Coupe LRSO, Rendez-vous 24 or tournaments.  

The U9-10 program builds on the skills learned in U8.  Workshops are based on Soccer Canada and Soccer Québec standards. The aim is for players to have fun and continue to develop their skills. The focus is on ensuring that players touch the ball as often as possible, while developing their technical skills. Participation in LRSO is introduced, where the emphasis must be on creativity rather than competition. No rankings are kept by the League. 

Grouping of participants: players grouped by gender. Players will have the opportunity to express their interest in being part of a regional team (highest level of competition). 

Location of training sessions: Group training practices (CDC) will be held in the Chelsea and Cantley sectors. 

Equipment included: All players will receive a uniform (jersey, shorts, and socks) which they keep at the end of the season. Players must have their own cleats and shin guards. 

Fête du soccer (end-of-season festival):  To close the season on a high note, Soccer des Collines invites all players from U4 to U10 to its end-of-season festival on the weekend of August 24-25. On the menu: friendly game, medal awards, BBQ, music, bouncy castles and lots of fun! 

What is a CDC?