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5-6 Future Stars Information

5-6 Future Stars Information

                                                                         

 

 

Our season will begin on March 7th and will meet every Saturday from March 7th till April 25th, from 2:40pm to 3:30pm on Field 3 at 550 Park Center Dr, Santee CA 92071 at the Santee Town Center Community Park. 

***Reminder the age group does not practice during the week and will not be contacted by any coach.***

                                                                                           

Please have your players ready to go when they hit the field.  This means, their jerseys tucked, cleats on (NO METAL CLEATS), mouth guards ready (MOUTH GUARDS ARE A  MUST.  PLAYERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PLAY WITHOUT THEM!)  No hats worn during play.  Please tell your young athletes to listen to the coaches and respect everyone on the field.    

 

Sessions will begin with a 10 minute warm-up for every week

  • Light jog
  • Jumping Jack
  • High knees
  • Back peddle
  • Stretching
  • Sprints

  • March 7th, Week 1:  Offense - Footwork and Agility / Pass Routes 

  • March 14th, Week 2:  Offense Pass Routes / Catching  

  • March 21st, Week 3:  Combo of Weeks 1-2 

  • March 28th, Week 4:  Defense - Man & Zone Coverage / Flag Pulling

  • April 4th, Week 5:  Combo of Week 1-4

  • April 11th, Week 6: Mini Sessions of 1-4 / Final 30 minutes will be game type scrimmages

  • April 18th, Week 7: Mini Sessions of 1-4 / Final 30 minutes will be game type scrimmages

  • April 25th, Week 8:  Super Bowl Scrimmage followed by Trophy Presentation for all players

 

 

Field

Our sessions will all be held on the Football Turf Field 3.  You're more than welcome to bring chairs just as long as the equipment doesn't damage the turf and doesn't interfere with the games.  No food or drinks are allowed on the turf field, only water is permitted.  Parents and fans can be on the sidelines as long as they don't cause any interference.