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Newmarket Soccer Club
Rep Program 2007/2008




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        Canadian Soccer

 CANADIAN SOCCER ASSOCIATION

  ONTARIO SOCCER ASSOCIATION

YORK REGION SOCCER ASSOCIATION

   NEWMARKET SOCCER CLUB




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21 Districts in Ontario




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            Pyramid of Play : League
Level 1                       Provincial League (OYSL)


Level 2     Semi-Provincial League (East and West) [not yet implemented]


Level 3            Regional League (South, West, Central, East)


Level 4
L   l     M lti J i di ti    l District League (S th W t N th C t l E t)
          Multi-Jurisdictional Di t i t L      (South, West, North, Central, East)


Level 5                       District League (ie: YRSL)


Level 6          Multi-Jurisdictional Club League (All Star / Select)


Level 7                   Club League (aka House League)




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            Youth Leagues Level 3
Four Level 3 leagues
– East Region
  • East Region Soccer League (ERSL)
– Central Region
  • Central Soccer League (CSL) [Boys]
  • Central Girls Soccer League (CGSL) [Girls]
– South Region
  • South Region Soccer League (SRSL)
– West Region
   Western Ontario Youth Soccer League (WOYSL)
  •W t     O t i Y th S         L




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               Youth Leagues Level 4
Five Level 4 Regions
  North Region
– N th R i
   • North Region Soccer League (NRSL)
   • Individual District S.A.
– East Region
   • East Region Soccer League (ERSL)
   • Individual District S.A.
– Central Region
   • Central Soccer League (CSL) [Boys]
   • Central Girls Soccer League (CGSL) [Girls]
– South Region
   • South Region Soccer League (SRSL)
  West R i
– W t Region
   • Western Ontario Youth Soccer League (WOYSL)



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                Youth Leagues Level 5
Five Level 5 Regions
– North Region
   • Individual District S.A. (ie: Sudbury Reg SL)
– East Region
   • Individual District S.A.
– Central Region
   • Central East Soccer League (CESL) [Multi-Jurisdictional District League]
           » Durham Region S.A.; Eastern Ontario District S.A.; East Central S.A.
                              (                             )
   • Individual District S.A. (ie: YRSL, TDYSL, NYYSL, HDYSL)
– South Region
   • Individual District S.A.
  West R i
– W t Region
   • Individual District S.A. (ie: WADSL, SWOWSL, LDYSL)



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League Jurisdictions




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                     Leagues NSC Participates
 Ontario Soccer        Ontario Youth Soccer     Ontario Youth Soccer    L1
  Association
                       League (OYSL) Male      League (OYSL) Female     L2
     OSA


 Ontario Soccer
  Association          Central Soccer League     Central Girls Soccer   L3
     OSA                    (CSL) Male         League (CGSL) Female     L4




   York Region         York Region Soccer        York Region Soccer
Soccer Association                                                      L5
                       League (YRSL) Male      League (YRSL) Female
      YRSA


  Newmarket             NSC House League        NSC House League        L6
  Soccer Club             / All Star [Male]      / All Star [Female]    L7




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                The Next Level
U12 District Program
U13 Regional Program (7 Regions )
U14 to U16 Provincial Program
– TEAM ONTARIO
U16 to U18 N.T.C.O
           NTCO
– National teams are picked from N.T.C.O
Team Canada
T    C   d
– U16, U17, U18, U20 World Cup Team




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                      Organization Chart
                                   Board of Directors


Executive        House League          Competitive
                                                            Chairs           Office Staff
Committee         Committee            Committee


  President         Dir Micro          Dir Boys Comp    Discipline Chair   Technical Director

Vice President    Dir Mini Boys        Dir Girls Comp    All Star Chair        Tech Staff

  Secretary       Dir Mini Girls        Technical Dir      Registrar         Head Referee

  Treasurer                  y
                 Dir Youth Boys                                       y
                                                        Match Secretary        Office Staff

                 Dir Youth Girls                        Communication

                   Dir Seniors                           Indoor Chair

                 Dir Sponsorship




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                  The New Era


            OBJECTIVE

To maximize the development potential of all
    Newmarket youth soccer players from
                             O.Y.S.L.
       Grassroots through to O Y S L




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                NSC Divisions
Micro (U04-U06)
Mini (U07-U10)
       (U11-U18)
Youth (U11 U18)
All Star Program
           t ti Program
Representative P
R
– Development Teams U8 to U11
– Competitive Teams U12 to U18
Senior Teams



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                  Long Term Objectives
To create the whole experience for any player in Soccer at U4 until they
                                              U18.
leave to play University or College soccer at U18 Then wanting to
come back and coach in their old community.
To offer ongoing quality programs at all levels.
To develop coaches and players for every level in the Canadian Soccer
system.
To create a club that people want to belong to.
To give young people a chance to play and enjoy soccer while having
                            Province,
an opportunity to see their Province their Country and the Countries of
the world.
Make Newmarket Soccer central in York Region and the Province.




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            Short Term Objectives
Plan quality programs for all age groups and levels
 ithi th l b
within the club.
Selling the concept to the membership via
newsletter, emails and other media outlets.
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Offer open house and information nights.
Raise the standards in all aspects of the club.
Make the vision of the club very exciting and
clear!!!




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                       Club Development
Partnerships
– With other clubs Etobicoke, Barrie, Brams United
– (Share staff, costs for guest coaches, speakers, transportation, inter-club
  games, etc.)
– Friendship Tour Advanced Coaching Workshop

Athletic Therapist
– Therapist spends their community hours working with the club /
  Tournaments / Ontario Cup.

M.L.S. Team
– Currently working with T.F.C towards having a working relationship.
– T.F.C day, Season Tickets, Guest Coaches from T.F.C

Glenway Golf & Country Club
– Ongoing working relationship with Team Fitness Training, Individual
  Training i their l b house f coaches meetings and sponsorship
  T i i using th i club h       for     h       ti      d           hi
  events.




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             Club Development (cont’d)
Media Campaign
– Monthly section in local newspaper highlighting club activities and its
  players.
– Monthly interviews with coaches and players on local cable company and
  community station.
Township and School Board
– Partners with these two organizations.
– In school clinics after school programs.
– Support in other community based programs.
Membership
                                                    club.
– 5000 member create a feeling of belonging to this club
– Ongoing feedback from membership on what they would like.
– Social events, more exposure through Media. Merchandise.
– Club fundraising club house, host special events world cup games.




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     MARK MARSHALL
    National A License
    National Training Centre Staff Coach 2005/2006/2007
.   Team Ontario Head Coach 2005/2006/2007
    Ontario Soccer Association Regional Coach 2004/2005/2006
    Canadian Soccer Association National U16 team GK coach 2005

    St Andrew’s College Head Coach 1995/2003
    Record P 112 W 91 D 9 L 12
    R     d
    4 C.I.S.S.A League Titles
    3 C.I.S.A.A Provincial Cup Winners

    Ontario Soccer Association
    Provincial Instructor Licensed to Instruct
    Community Courses
    Advanced Workshop
    Pre B License
    Provincial B License
    Goalkeeper Diploma Course

    2 Canadian National Gold Medals
    1 Canadian National Bronze Medal
    4 C.I.S.A.A Provincial League Championships
    3 C.I.S.A.A Cup Winner




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CAMERON CARPENTER
    UEFA B License

    F.A .Talent & Identification Certificate
    (England)

    Experience at professional academy
                    y              ,
    with Norwich City Football Club,
    England

    Coached at Canadian Regional
    Training Camp

    Currently undergoing Canadian A
    License


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                         Development staff
Ian Skitch                          Herman Kingue
  N.T.C.O Staff Coach                 U.E.F.A A- License
  Provincial Coach                    Former World Cup Player
  A License Coach

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Ray Wright
  Former Provincial Coach           Sue Ellis
  Head Coach Barrie Soccer Club       Barrie Soccer Club Staff Coach
  A License Coach                     Provincial B License
     Lombardi
Joey L
J       b di                        Connie Mercer
  Present Regional and U15 Boys       Former Vice-President Newfoundland
  Provincial Coach                    Soccer
  National B License Coach            National B License

Patrick Tobo
  Present Regional Coach U16 Boys
  Provincial Coach
  National A Li
  N ti              Coach
          l License C   h
  Former World Cup Player




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           ELITE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT:
LONG TERM PLAYER DEVELOPMENT:
            L.T.P.D.
            LTPD
STAGE 1:    ACTIVE START          U04 – U06 M   U4-U6 F

STAGE 2:    FUNDAMENTALS          U06 – U09 M   U6-U8 F

STAGE 3:    LEARNING TO TRAIN     U09 - U12 M   U8-U11
                                                U8 U11 F

STAGE 4:    TRAINING TO TRAIN     U12 - U16 M   U11-U15 F

STAGE 5:    TRAINING TO COMPETE   U16 - U20 M   U15-U19 F

STAGE 6:    TRAINING TO WIN       U19+ M        U18+ F

STAGE 7:    ACTIVE FOR LIFE       ANY AGE M/F




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                  Development
            WHAT IS DEVELOPMENT???
Individual and team
The             f l     d    l        t in
Th process of player development i an organized     i d
environment must be given a great deal of thought and
p         g
planning. The work rate of these y         g players must be
                                    young p y
monitored to allow creativity.
The Newmarket model contains detailed coaching
                                      stage.
guidelines and objectives for each stage
It is structured to ensure a high level of skill development in
a relaxed environment which will foster creativity and
                                                    y
confidence.
Enjoyment and Fun must be a key element of all the
sessions allowing the players to play the game and make
decisions



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           Technical Guidelines U8 to U11
Touch
Ball manipulation
Basic Techniques
Striking the ball correctly
Dribbling
Turning
Moves and turns control all surfaces
Push pass
Side/front foot volley
Heading
Defending 1v1
Attacking 1v1
Principles f                d
P i i l of warm up and cool d l down
Intro to team shape
Intro to dead ball situations


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        Technical Guidelines U12 to U13
Touch
Ball Manipulation
Dribbling
Turning
Running with th b ll
R     i    ith the ball
1 v 1 Defending
2 v 1 Defending
1 v 1 Attacking
Support Play
Heading
Side/Front Foot Volley
Front Foot Passes
                       up  Cool-down
Principles of Warm –up and Cool down
Team Shape
Zonal and Man to Man Marking

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                  Technical Guidelines U14 to U18
1. Ball Handling
                       g
2. Fakes 1 v 1 Attacking                          Group Tactics
3. Striking the Ball (Passing and Shooting)
                                                  • Ball-Oriented Defence
4. Receiving (Math speed under pressure)
5. Heading (Attacking and Defending)              • Defending Concepts
6. Defense Techniques in Practice and Game Play
7. Combination Play to Maintain Possession        • Attack Building
8. Combination Play to Score
9. Condition Training                              Counter Attacks
                                                  •C   t Att k
10. Running Technique
11. Enduring
12. Speed with and without the ball
13. Power and Mobility
14. Strengthening
15. Flexibility
16. Glenway Golf and Country Club




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        Player Development Program
Spring Training
                       training.
Residential weekend training
Guest coaches in-house training.
Summer Training
Mini training
Mi i t i i camps i J             d August.
                     in June and A        t
Full week training camp in July.
Specialized training Goalkeeper (ongoing program).
Strikers training/Defender training.
Running and fitness coach.
         testing.
Fitness testing
Fall Training
Non-competitive basic core skills.
                                 testing.
Fitness program 10 week with testing
Specialized training, running, goalkeeping.



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                                Winter Training
Age related,
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    • 8 to 10 years ball mastery work based on the Brazil Development p g  program. 20
      weeks of how to receive and move the ball.
    • 10 to 12 year old – 5 core skills – 1 V1 defending, 1 V 1 attacking, heading, striking
      the ball, passing, and support.
    • 13 to 15 year old – small sided and functional training with fitness and core body
      work.
    • 16 and up – preparation training for showcase and University try-outs.
Showcase and Team Training
    •             Upper N
        January - U
        J                     York State S ll State T
                        New Y k St t V Small St t Teams
    •   March – Brazil and Florida training camps
    •   July & August – U.S.A. tournaments and Peru trip.
    •   May – Showcase games for Canadian and U.S. coaches.
Guest Coaches
– Exposure to coaches, players and parents to coaches from Premiership U.K.,
  Paul Barron, Joe Corrigan, OSA Regional and Provincial coaches, CSA
  R i     l d National team staff.
  Regional and N i     l        ff




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                 The Coach Development Plan
             Courses                 Technical                Practical                        Theory
                                          (OSA)                                         (Sport Alliance of Ontario)
                                                            Actively Coaching i
                                                            A ti l C     hi in
Children’s                              9 Hours                  Youth Club

                                                            Actively Coaching in
Youth                                   9 Hours                  Youth Club
                                                                                           NCCP Theory
                                                            Actively Coaching in
Senior                                 18 Hours                  Youth Club

                                                                                      Not a pre requisite course
Advanced Coaching Workshop             16 Hours         Community Coach Certificate
                                                                                             to next level
                                                                                      Not a pre requisite course
Goal Keeping Diploma Course            24 Hours         Community Coach Certificate
                                                                                             to next level
                                                                                      Mandatory Assessment before
Pre “B” Assessment Course               4 Days          Community Coach Certificate
                                                                                                                B
                                                                                       applying for Provincial “B”

                       “B” License Provincial Part I
                           Ontario Soccer Association

                 “B” License National Course Part II
                          Canadian Soccer Association

                       “A” License National Course
                          Canadian Soccer Association




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               Coaching Development
                   Rep Coaches
Standards
Policy and Procedures Manual
Interviews and Annual planning
Monthly meeting
Monthly        l t d technical d tactical
M thl age related t h i l and t ti l meetings.ti
Host N.C.C.P and OSA courses.
End of season feedback and guides towards personal
development.
d     l     t
Mentorship coaching development team.
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Warm up and cool down training.g
First Aid
Ongoing technical support on website via email and on field
support.
Group and team building.
How to deal with parents.


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               Coaching Development
               Rep Coaches – (cont’d)
                             (cont d)
Rules of the game nights.
                        schedule.
How to plan a training schedule
Guest speakers from Provincial/National and University staff.
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Library of up to date technical information.
Video analysis
How to scout players and teams.
S.A.T. I f
S A T Information.
                ti
Year round on field player/coach clinics.
 ae        o a o      g s
Parent information nights.
How to travel with a team information nights.
How to select player for a Rep team.
Rep Managers manual.




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                What Does Being a
                Rep Player Mean?
What Does Being a Rep Player Mean?
Representing your T
R          ti       Town!!
Being the best in your age group playing against the
best from other towns
Being proud to wear the colors of your club
Being proud to be part of the largest sport in the
town in the country and the world
               g               y      year
Understanding that this is only a one y
commitment Coaches and players must re-apply or
try out every year
U d t di playing ti          is      d by ttit d
Understanding l i time i earned b attitude and      d
effort.


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                What Does Being a
             Rep Player Mean?- (cont’d)
                        Mean? (cont d)
The chance to develop their skills and play at what level
            too.
they aspire too
The chance to visit other towns in Ontario, Canada, or the
States.
The chance to work with Professional Coaches.
                                             g
The chance to meet and make new friends through the
sport.
The chance to understand the value of playing a
                                                losing.
competitive sport and the values of winning and losing
The chance to understand and have a healthy and active
life style.
The chance to have fun while playing a sport.



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          What should we be expected to
               do as a Rep Family?
Attendance off season 1 day a week
Pre season 2-3 times per week
Season 3-4 times per week
Schedule holiday and other events away from important
dates in the season
Be prepared to travel to tournaments
Attend Camp and Clinics
Workshops
W k h
Fundraising events
Travel within Ontario / U.S.A / International events.




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             What Fees Can You Expect
You have to pay a club registration fee
(house league fee for U11-U18 2007)                        $180.00
Also Rep Player F
Al a R Pl         Fee                                      $250 00
                                                           $250.00
Total                                                      $430.00 *

Fee for U8-U10(based on 2007)                              $170.00
                                                           $170 00
Plus Rep Fee                                               $250.00
Total                                                      $420.00 *

* Based on 2007 figures. 2008 figures still to be ratified by the Board of
Directors

Plus any other events like Tournaments, Camps, and clinics

Extra club wear.

This cost can be covered by Sponsorship or team fund raising.




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              What Fee Covers
O.S.A Insurance Coverage
Registration with District (YRSA) and O.S.A
League Fee (YRSL, CGSL, CSL, OYSL)
Referees Fees
  p
Rep Packageg
– 2 complete uniforms (home and away)
    p
– 2 pairs of socks
– 1 travel kit shirt / short / socks
– Tracksuit
– Sport Bag


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