Spring Programs at PLSC
February 15, 2022

Our Spring Programs are now open for registration! Here are the details:

Spring Break Camp:

U8-U14 Boys and Girls

This is a week-long soccer camp where players will have the opportunity to develop new soccer skills. Each day will focus on a specific skill with lots of small sided games and game-like scenarios. This camp is open to players of all skill levels. Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons will be spent at Commonwealth Pool (bus to Commonwealth) and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons are under development – something a little different. Stay tuned!

$180 for the week, being held March 28 to April 1. 8:45 to 9 a.m. drop-off, 3 p.m. pick-up.

Little Kickers Spring Program:

U5-U6 Boys and Girls

This program is designed to give our youngest players the opportunity to develop basic motor skills like running, jumping, landing, kicking, throwing, and catching in a fun setting built around informal play and positive reinforcement. The focus here is FUN. Players are placed in Co-ed teams consisting of 6-8 players with 2 volunteer coaches per team.

Thursdays: 5 to 6 p.m.
$105, 8-week program starting April 28

Skillz N Soccer Program:

U7-U9 Boys and Girls

This program is for current players and players completely new to the game of soccer. It is open for all levels and will focus on the basic fundamentals of soccer in a fun, and exciting environment. Prospect Lake Staff coaches will run the sessions led by our technical director, Ryan McCurdy. Training involves warmup, footwork, drills, instructional small-sided games, and free play.

Training/Practices, starting Thursday, April 28:
Thursdays: 6 to 7 pm
$105.00, 8- week program starting April 28

Spring League Academy

U9-U14 Boys and Girls

The spring league academy is for motivated players who wish to continue to develop their soccer skills in a fun, yet high performance training environment. This is a 10-week program where players will be placed on PLSC teams, they’ll play games midweek through the United Soccer League, and train on Sunday mornings. The training will focus on individual technical development and players will be challenged to maintain a standard of play.

Registration is required with PLSC ($140.00) for training and with United Soccer ($100.00, use code PLSCSPRING at check-out as its regularly $150) for the weekday games. PLSC will form our teams and we will play with other teams, formed by other clubs, in the United Soccer program during the week. These are two distinctly different programs that bring clubs together during the week for games. PLSC will provide a training shirt and United Soccer provides team jerseys to wear to games.

This is a very popular development and training program that will challenge our motivated players, so register early!

Training, Sundays, Starting, Sunday, April 10

U9/10 age groups 9am-10am
U11/12 age groups 10am-11am
U13/14 age groups 11am – 12pm


U9/U10 Boys, play Wednesdays from 6 to 7 pm
U11-U14 Boys, play Mondays or Wednesdays between 6 and 8 pm
U9/10 Girls, play Tuesdays from 6 to 7 pm
U11 to U14 girls, play Tuesdays or Wednesdays between 6 and 8 pm

*United Soccer information with link to registration: https://unitedsoccer.ca/registration. This site contains information on the United Soccer program and philosophy, although the program is hosted by Gorge Soccer and their Power-Up system.

$140.00, 10-week program and includes a training shirt through PLSC; $100.00, regularly $150, please use discount code PLSCSPRING) 10-week program for games through United Soccer.

If you have any questions regarding which program your players should be in, reach out to Ryan (technical@plsc.org); questions regarding registration in our system, that would be me (communication@plsc.org).

Questions about which program would be best? Reach out to Ryan (technical@plsc.org)

Issues with registration? Reach out to Mary (registrar@plsc.org)

Yours in Soccer,

The PLSC Team

Power-Up Sports

Prospect Lake Soccer Club uses Power-Up Sports to track players and teams, coaches, etc. New to Power-Up? Click here for some information on how to create an account. Once you have an account you can download and login to the app for game schedules. One of the best parts of PowerUp, is that you only need to enter your child's information once, next year-its a snap.

If you run into any problem make sure to contact us right away to get it sorted out!

Questions? Please get in touch ...

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