Skills Institute mar jun 2021

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About SI

Skills Institute is a developmental soccer program for boys and girls ages 5-12 years that accepts kids at their current level of skill and develops them to the next level appropriate to each. With an 8:1 player-to-coach ratio, players receive plenty of one-on-one attention as they explore their soccer potential in a fun, safe environment. Classes are offered in groups by age (e.g. 5-6, 7-8, and 9-12) and skill level (e.g. Levels 1 & 2). During each three-month session players are evaluated and given optional homework assignments to practice at home. Players will walk away more confident, equipped for their next right step in soccer, and ready for life’s challenges on and off the field

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  • Cost- $17.00/class + $15 annual membership
  • ***In order to keep players in the appropriate class, some classes are only available by calling or coming to the arena.


“I can’t thank Gabe, Nico and the International Indoor Soccer Arena enough for all of the amazing technical gains that my son has made from attending the Skills Institute classes. My son has played soccer since he was five (over six years now) and the Skills Institute has dramatically improved his performance in passing, ball control, juggling, shooting and overall confidence.

The small class size provides him with some individualized coaching attention that he doesn’t receive at team practices.

I would overwhelmingly recommend the Skills Institute to anyone looking to supplement their team practices to gain that extra performance edge!”

Father of a U11 player