Coaches

Have fun and creating a culture

Practices and games should be fun – when the game stops being fun, players tend not to play as well and both coaches and players may get frustrated and eventually leave the game.

Focus should be on long-term player development, not winning games

Especially at the younger ages Coaches' ultimate focus should be on long-term player and child development and not short-term goals. Coaches will be educated use age appropriate games and activities during practices. Winning is still very important and winning as a by-product of playing soccer the right way is key to success.

At the younger ages encourage players to play various positions. This will help with their overall development as soccer players in a player centered approach for development.

Executive Director
Boys' Trevian SC Director • Boys 2010 Blue, Boys 2010 Green, Boys 2009 White, Girls 2009 Blue, Girls 2007 Green
Girls' Trevian SC Director • Boys 2009 White, Boys 2009 Blue, Boys 2008 Blue, Girls 2007 Blue
Girls U11 Girls 2007 Blue, Boys U8 Boys 2010 White, Boys U8 Boys 2010 Green, Boys U9 Boys 2009 Blue, Boys U10 Boys 2008 Blue
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Club Administrator • susie.t@fcunitedpremier.com
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Girls 2008 Blue
Girls U10 Girls 2008 Blue
Boys 2007 Blue, Boys 2007 White
Girls 2008 White
Girls 2010 White
Girls U8 Girls 2010 White
Girls 2007 White, Girls 2008 Green
Girls 2010
Girls 2010 Blue
Girls U8 Girls 2010 Blue
Boys 2009 Green, Boys 2007 Green
Boys U9 Boys 2009 Green, Boys U11 Boys 2007 Green
Boys 2008 White
Girls 2009 Green
Boys 2008 Green, Girls 2009 White