Winter Indoor Programs

Sudbury Youth Soccer is pleased to offer several soccer program opportunities to our players each winter! The current offerings are listed below by grade levels. We want to emphasize that they are entirely optional, and do not count in any way in the player evaluation and placement process.

The winter indoor programs will be held in Sudbury at The Field House and the schedule will be published once registration opens each winter.

Soccer FUNdamentals: K & 1st Grades:

Played indoors at the Field House (Sudbury), Soccer FUNdamentals offers players in K and 1st grades the opportunity to play soccer and develop core motor skills while learning ball mastery, receiving, ball striking and exciting skill moves during the offseason. There will be separate boys and girls sessions. The New England Revolution Academy coaches will lead these sessions.

Winter Development Schools: 2nd – 8th Grades (All players):

The Winter Development School is a performance based technical training environment for all players from 2nd grade to 8th Grade. The sessions will cover the technical breakdown of ball mastery, skill moves, receiving, passing, defending and finishing. These sessions are for players that are looking to be challenged in a positive, player-centric environment. The session are co-ed and we strive to balance the rosters 50/50 between boys and girls. The New England Revolution Academy coaches will lead these sessions. 

Winter Academy Squad Training: 5th – 8th Grades (Academy Squad players only):

The Winter Academy Squad Training is a performance based technical training environment for all players on the Academy Squads. The sessions will cover the technical breakdown of ball mastery, skill moves, receiving, passing, defending and finishing. These sessions are for players that are looking to be challenged in a positive, player-centric environment. The New England Revolution Academy coaches will lead these sessions.

Futsal: 3rd – 8th Grades:

Futsal is a game played between two teams of five players on each side. One of the five players is a goalkeeper who unlike soccer/football is very active out on the field. The game of futsal is played on a hard court surface with flat lines on it like a basketball court for the boundaries. It is played with a smaller ball (futsal ball) that has less bounce than a regular soccer ball. To be great at the game of futsal you need to have great improvisation, technique, creativity, ball control and heightened awareness.