|Fridays beginning Aug 25||field #4|
|Session 2||7:00-8:00 pm|
Director of Goal Keeping
The goalkeeper is as vital to a soccer team as any player on the field. The goalkeeper position is unique, and thus, goalkeeper training must be unique. While goalkeepers must be every bit the soccer player with their feet as their field-playing brethren, there are also skills needed and decision-making abilities that no other soccer player possesses.
To learn these skills, goalkeeper training must be specialized and systematic. The Bavarian Soccer Club takes an 8 stage approach to development. Training builds each goalkeeper's comfort in each stage.
In training sessions, the goalkeepers will rehearse the "proper" ways to save the ball and play the ball. In matches, however, improvisation is sometimes needed and decisions may be made without concern for what is "proper" technique. Bavarian Soccer Club’s Goalkeeper Training will help each goalkeeper grow, not only in training, but also as a player that understands all of the requirements placed on goalkeepers in match play.
For more information on the Bavarian Soccer Club’s Goal Keeper Training please contact Jon Mroz, Director of Goalkeeping.