Hartford United Soccer Club Academy Program
The Hartford United SC Academy is an accredited Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association Academy Program. The purpose of the Hartford United SC Academy program is to utilize NSCAA and USSF coaching methodology in an academy training format for U7 through U10 coed players seeking a higher level of soccer. All practices will be structured and progressive through our professional staff of licensed coaches. The objective in all academy games will be topics covered from previous practices, as development will be the focus over result. The intent is to maximize individual skill development in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere; while preparing players with the skills necessary for our competitive teams beginning at the U11 age level.
The Hartford United soccer academy (U7-U10) program is designed for the family and player that would like to establish an early foundation including proper soccer training while having fun. Technical skills and individual development are the focus here, players are training and competing with teams of similar mindsets.
Our teams are led by licensed coaches and managed by a nationally licensed academy director. We are proud to mention that our academy program is accredited by the WYSA (Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association). A lot of clubs say “academy” — few are actually accredited!
Cost: $225 for full year fall/spring 2017
Winter training futsal league approx $60 per session (U9 and U10)
Winter gym practices approx. $40
Winter clinic (optional) (typically U7 & U8) $50 for clinic that runs approx 6 weeks. 1000s of touches on ball
$70 uniform kit
Practice t-shirt $12
Time commitment: Teams practice twice a week for about 1.5 hours each in Aug through October, and April through early June. Games are typically on Saturdays. Occasionally games are rescheduled for Sundays due to conflicts and weather. Games last one hour.
Travel: Half of our games are in Hartford at Independence Park. Away games are usually within an hour radius or less, depending on our opponents — Menomonee Falls, Slinger, Uihlein Park, and occasionally Racine or Kenosha.