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  • 2013 Annual Summer Camps at Finley Stadium and Grace Academy Soccer Complex
  • 2013 Annual Summer Finishing and Goalkeeping Clinics

 June 10-13 & 24-28

  
Prizes, Prizes, Prizes!
  • Free whitewater rafting trip in May with Cascade Outdoors for the team (U-12 & above) that has the highest attendance for each Holiday Camp and Clinic, so grab your teammates and friends for some fun holiday soccer action and hopefully you and your teammates will be enjoying a cool trip down the Ocoee River in the spring! http:// www.cascadeoutdoors.com/ 

  • Each participant will receive 3 guest passes for the Sports Barn. Great prize for those new year resolutions! http://www.sports-barn.com/

  • Each participant will also receive a coupon for a free milkshake to Urban Stack Burger Lounge! http://urbanstack.com/

  • Coupons and discounts will also be given for each one of the other camp sponsors as well. 

  • In return Elite Soccer Training and its sponsors would like for each event participant to bring 2 can goods to be given to the Chattanooga Area Food Bank.

  

  Please go to the facebook event pages and click the invite button and invite your soccer family and friends!

 

2013 Annual Summer Camps & Clinics
2013 Grace Camp
2013 Finley Stadium Camp
2013...Shooting, Finishing & Goalkeeping Clinics

 The staff is made up of a group of coaches/players that have excelled at the game and now are ready to help you do just the same. One thing that is very unique about this staff is not only that it is made up of National Champs, Players of the Year, All-Americans, All-State, Best of Preps, ODP and Region ODP Players, and now College Coaches, but all trained with Elite Soccer Training during their playing careers!

 

Camp staff will be listed by the end of March!

 

Camp staff for 2012 Holiday Camps & Clinics:

Lauren Hammond (GPS/Tampa University, Lynchburg College & Assistant Coach Lynchburg College)

Simone Busby (GPS/University of Evansville/U20 Guyanese National Team)

 

Josie Rix (GPS/University of Alabama)

 

Clair Lanter (Soddy Dasiy/Lee University)

 

Jen Clemmer (Baylor/Denison University)

 

Sarah Gawthrop (Baylor/Tennessee Tech):

 

Hannah Johnson (Soddy Daisy/ETSU)

 

Chloe Brackett (Baylor/Wofford)

 

Teni Butler (Baylor/University of Arkansas)

 

Peyton Thomas (Baylor/University of Tennessee)

 

Hannah Wyatt (Soddy Daisy/UTC) 

 

Coach's Profiles:

 

Simone Busby (GPS/University of Evansville/U20 Guyanese National Team):

 

2012 -- Missouri Valley Conference Goalkeeper of the Year...All-MVC First Team selection...MVC All-Freshman Team honoree...two-time MVC Goalkeeper of the Week (Oct. 2, Oct. 23)...ranked in the top 10 in the country for save percentage (.918) and goals against average (0.48)...appeared in 11 matches, making 10 starts after taking over starting goalkeeper duties after Evansville's first six matches...led the MVC in goals against average (0.48) and save percentage (.918)...tallied 56 saves, posted five shutouts and allowed multiple goals in just one match on the season...recorded three-straight clean sheets vs. Northern Iowa (Oct. 13), vs. Indiana State (Oct. 17) and at Creighton (Oct. 20)...allowed just two goals in six Valley matches to lead the conference in goals against average (0.32), save percentage (.935) and shutouts (4) in league action...made a season-high nine saves on two occasions, reaching the mark at Missouri State (Sept. 30) and in the MVC Tournament semifinals vs. Indiana State (Nov. 2).

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB -- U20 Guyanese National Team goalkeeper for Coach Chris Brown ... Competes on the East Ridge Express club team for Coach Patrick Winecoff ... A two-time TSWA All-State Soccer Team selection ... Named All-City Soccer MVP in 2011 and Chattanooga Best of Preps Tournament MVP in 2011 and 2012 ... Also a standout basketball player and track athlete ... Helped GPS to the 2011 Tennessee State Championship, while being named to the TSWA All-State team and MVP of the State Tournament ... Won state championships for shot put and discus and was a two-time all-state track team selection.

 

Josie Rix (GPS/University of Alabama)

 

2012 (Senior)
Was named to the SEC Community Service Team ... started 10 matches for the Crimson Tide at the back line and midfield and saw action in 14 games...recorded one point on one assist on the year ... played in eight conference matches being named to the starting 11 four times.

2011 (Junior)
Named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll ... played in 18 matches, starting 16 ... logged 1,333 minutes, primarily as a defensive midfielder ... recorded one point ... played 90 or more minutes on five occasions ... took 14 shots and put one on goal ... registered her first career assist in the season opener against Kennesaw State (Aug. 19) ... played the full 110 minutes in a draw at Mississippi State (Sept. 30) ... logged 110 minutes in a draw at Georgia (Oct. 23) ... played in all 11 SEC matches, making 10 starts ... played 916 minutes during league action (nine shots, one on goal).

2010 (Sophomore)
Played in five matches and earned three starts in the midfield ... missed some time due to injury, logging 260 minutes ... two shots on goal ... tallied both shots at Vanderbilt (Oct. 17) ... earned her first start of the season against Georgia (Oct. 21) ... played 62 minutes at Tennessee (Oct. 24) ... recorded a season-high 86 minutes in the season finale at Auburn (Oct. 29) ... played in four SEC games, earning three starts ... logged 218 minutes over that span.

2009 (Freshman)
Played in all 18 games and started in 11 ... logged 1,003 minutes ... ended the year with 11 shots (four on goal) ... played 90 minutes or more twice, with a career-high 110 at Texas Tech on Sept. 18 ... started the first game of the season debut against UAB (Aug. 21) ... started in five and appeared in 11 games during league play.

High School and Personal Data
Attended Girls Preparatory School in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... played for coach Dave Barrueta ... a member of the state ODP team for six years ... two-time Region III ODP team pool player ... a three time TSCA all-state team selection ... three-time Best of Preps selection ... named to the 2005 all-regional team ... a 2005 TSSA state semi-finalist ... was the 2006 GPS leading goal scorer ... a 2006 all-region team member ... a 2006, 2007 and 2008 TSSA state quarterfinalist ... was a 2006 U16 D1 state semi-finalist ... played club for coach Matt Yelton on the East Ridge Express 91 ... led club squad to 2007 state championship and a 20008 runner-up finish ... has served on numerous community service projects ... recognized by the Daughters of the American Revolution Community Servant Award ... earned the prestigious GPS Battle Award and was the McCallie School Autumn Queen ... daughter of Scott and Cindy Rix.

 
  
Clair Lanter (Soddy Dasiy/Lee University):
  
Matt Yelton Head Coach for Lee University-Clair has been a leader for this squad from the moment she set foot on our campus. She is one of the most intelligent players I have ever coached, and she is the coach on the field for our team, in that she gets our team organized and motivated to play.
3 NAIA National Championship and a All-American.

 

Lauren Hammond (GPS/Tampa University, Lynchburg College):

 

Lauren Hammond completed her first as an assistant coach with the Hornets in 2011. With her help, Lynchburg won their tenth Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) championship and made the NCAA tournament for the 12th time in program history.

Lauren Hammond returned to LC as a graduate assistant coach in 2011. She spent two successful seasons on the field and in the classroom as a Hornet. An outside midfielder and defender, Hammond started in nearly every game at LC. In her junior year, she helped lead LC to the Division III Final Four and in her senior campaign the Hornets advanced to the second round. Hammond was the 2010 ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Hammond transferred from the University of Tampa where she played two seasons as a starter, winning the Division II National Championship in 2007 and making it to the second round of the NCAAs in 2008. She served as an assistant coach for the James River Day School Middle School soccer team for the 2011 season.

The Chattanooga, TN native graduated from LC in the spring of 2011 with a degree in sport management. She is currently pursuing a graduate degree in educational leadership with an emphasis in sport ministry.

 
 
Jen Clemmer (Baylor/Denison University):
  
Clemmer became the 12th player in Big Red women's soccer history to receive NSCAA All-American honors. The senior forward was named a second-team All-American by the NSCAA after leading DU in goals (14), assists (6), points (34) and game winners (7), and being named the 2010 North Cosat Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year, just the sixth player to received "Offensive Player of the Year" status in program history. Clemmer was also a 2010 NCAA Division III All-Great Lakes Region first-team selection after earning second-team all-region honors a year ago.

 

 

Sarah Gawthrop (Baylor/Tennessee Tech):

 

In 2010 (Sophomore): Sarah started in 16 of 17 matches in her sophomore season and scored two goals on the year. Her first goal of the season came in the early part of the second half and gave Tech a 1-0 lead over UNC Asheville on Sept. 5, setting the tone for a 3-1 win. Sarah scored her second goal of the year on a penalty kick when she was taken down in the box against Eastern Illinois on Oct. 17. The goal was Tech's only one of the day as they fought to a 1-1 tie. Cheetah, the nickname her teammates have given her, is most known for her speed.

In 2009 (Freshman): Sarah was the only Golden Eagle to start all 22 games in 2009. She finished second on the team in minutes played with 1820. She logged 100 minutes or more in six different contests. HIGH SCHOOL: Sarah played soccer at Baylor School in Chattanooga, and was team captain in high school. Playing the forward and mid-field positions, she led her team to the state finals in 2005 and 2007, and the state semi-finals in 2006. In 2007 Sarah was named all-region first-team and "Best of the Preps" second-team. Sarah also competed in track, and was the 2008 400-Meter and 4-by-1 relay state champion. CLUB/ODP EXPERIENCE: Sarah played club soccer for East Ridge Express '91, and played for the Tennessee ODP state team for two years.

 

Hanna Johnson (Soddy Daisy/ETSU):

 

Hanna is from Soddy Daisy, TN where she played four years at Soddy Daisy High School and earned All-District, All-Region, and All-State honors. Throughout high school, she played club for Redoubt Futbol Club and Chattanooga Assault Futbol Club, both out of Chattanooga. Following

graduation, Hannah attended East Tennessee State University where she played midfield and forward for four years for the ETSU women's soccer team and earned All Academic MVP honors. Hannah currently holds a USSF National D license and coaches the u9 and u10 girls of Fusion Futbol Club in Northeast Tennessee. Hannah's coaching philosophy includes that "all players should develop as whole soccers player- technically, tactically, mentally, and physically. No part of the game should ever be skipped in instruction, from attacking to defending and goalkeeping. Each player should understand all of the roles of every player and position, and also understand why each position has that role. I also believe that it is not only the job of the forwards to score, and it is not only the job of the defenders to defend; defenders should score when presented with the opportunity, and forwards should always be ready to defend in any situation". Hannah also holds a B.S. degree in Special Education and a M.S. degree in Communicative Disorders from ETSU. She currently works as a speech-language pathologist for Talkback Inc. in Johnson City, TN.
Hannah has had much experience coaching soccer throughout high school and college. In high school, she was a volunteer assistant coach for two years for the girls team at Soddy Daisy Middle School, and also assisted with camps put on by Elite Soccer Training. In college, Hannah continued helping with these camps with Kris Ray, and also assisted with ETSU's Buccaneer Soccer School. After wrapping up her collegiate soccer career, Hannah coached the u9 and u16 Lady Falcons of East Tennessee Soccer Federation in Johnson City. From college until now,
she has also held private skills sessions with players in Chattanooga and Johnson City.

Coaching assisants:

 

Chole Brackett (Baylor/Wofford):

 

Played four years at the Baylor School ... Led team to back-to-back state championships in 2010 and 2011 and a second place finish in 2009 ... As a senior in 2012, was an All-State and All-Region selection, and second on her team in goals and assists ... Team was ranked No. 3 in the nation by ESPN Rise in 2011 and No. 2 by NSCAA/Adidas in 2010 ... Played for FC Alliance and Chattanooga Assault ... Lead FC Alliance to Region Premier League titles in 2009 and 2010 and the Tennessee State Championship in 2007 and 2008 ... Also a member of Tennessee ODP team from 2006-10.

 

Teni Butler (Baylor/University of Arkansas):

Club: Teni Butler played for the FC Alliance 94G Black team in Knoxville, Tenn., winning state titles in 2007 and 2008, and finishing second in 2009. She helped her team finish third in Region 3 in 2009 and 2010.

Baylor School: Butler started for five years at center back. A three-time Division II Class 2A all-state pick (2009-11), she helped Baylor to state championships as a junior and senior, and 84 total wins over her career. The Red Raiders were 17-0 her junior year and 19-1 her senior season. In addition, her freshmen team reached the state finals while her sophomore club reached the semifinals. For her career, Butler had five goals and four assists for the Red Raiders. She had three goals and one assist as a junior, one goal and two assists as a senior, and one goal and one assist as a sophomore. Her strength is on defense where she helped Baylor record 16 shutouts in 20 games as a senior and 14 in 17 games as a junior. Baylor's goal against average was 0.20 her senior year and 0.21 her junior season. Baylor had 13 shutouts with a 0.40 goals against average her freshman year and 11 shutouts with a 0.50 GAA her sophomore season.

 

Peyton Thomas (Baylor/University of Tennessee):

 

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
  • Earned five varsity letters for soccer and two for track at Baylor School
  • Team won state title in 2010 and 2011
  • Team went 19-1 in 2011 and was ranked No. 3 in the nation by ESPN
  • Team went 17-0-1 in 2010 and was nationally ranked No. 2 by NSCAA
  • Was all-region and all-state three years
  • As a senior, was named All-South Region and nominated for All-American status
  • As a sophomore: 8 goals, 2 assists
  • As a junior: 9 goals
  • As a senior: 10 goals, 8 assists
  • Played club soccer for FC Alliance
  • Won club state championship in 2007 with Redoubt Futbol and in 2008 with East Ridge Express
  • Won Region Premier League in 2009 and 2010 with East Ridge Express

Hannah Wyatt (Soddy Daisy High School/UTC):

 

Helped lead the Trojans to the district and region titles all four years ... Soddy Daisy reached the state quarterfinals in her junior year and the semifinals in her senior year ... four-year All-District selection ... named MVP in junior year and an All-State selection in both junior and seniors years ... three-time Chattanooga Times Free Press "Best of Preps" selection ... played club ball for the East Ridge Express ... helped lead team to the 2010 state title in 2010 and to the regionals ... played club ball for the FC Alliance in Knoxville and helped lead team to the state cup finals in 2011 and 2012 ... member of the 2012 4x400 meter relay team that set a school record and placed 12th at the state ... 2010 and 2011 state qualifiers for the 4x400m and 4x800m teams ... Student Council CORE member ... 3.6 GPA ... National Honor Society ... Beta Club member ... FCA ... Key Club.

 

2013 Grace Academy Camp

 Grace Academy

(7815 Shallowford Rd Chattanooga, TN 37421)

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June 10-13

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Age Groups: Elementary & Middle School Students.

(Younger players have the option of a half-day schedule.)

 

Registration Fee $30.00

Payments

Registration & Total Cost $120.00 

 

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Additional Family Member $60.00

 

Payments

 

Total Half-day Cost $65.00

Payments

 

The staff is made up of a group of coaches/players that have excelled at the game and now are ready to help you do just the same. One thing that is very unique about this staff is not only that it is made up of National Champs, Players of the Year, All-Americans, All-State, Best of Preps, ODP and Region ODP Players, and now College Coaches, but all trained with Elite Soccer Training during their playing careers.


The $30 camp registration fee will be added to total camp fees.

Please register early! Space is limited to the first  campers to register!

If you are planning to attend please reserve your spot by paying the registration fee or full camp cost with PayPal or send a check and wavier/release form to P.O. Box 4127 Chattanooga,TN 37405. If you pay with PayPal you will need to mail in a signed wavier or bring to registration on the first day of camp. For more information call Kris Ray at 423-240-5737 or Kris4futbol@aol.com.

 

Time: 9:00am- 3:30pm

 

Cost: $30 per day ($120 total) Half-day campers($65 total)

 

1/2 off regular camp price for second player of families that have more than one player attending!

 

  • What to bring: Soccer cleats, soccer ball, running shoes, water, snacks, etc.

 

Lunch: Each camper will need to bring a sack lunch or pizza orders will be taken each morning.

 

Pizza orders will be taken each morning. $5 per day!


Participation for the June 10-13 camp is open to anyone in the soccer community.

 
Walk-ups will be welcomed if camp space is available.


It is not mandatory that each player attend both days.

Forms and Waivers: Please download from http://elitesoccertraining.blogspot.com


Daily Schedule:
9-11:30 technical training (Skills & small-sided games)
11:30-1:00(Lunch)
1:00-3:30 tactical training (small-sided games)

The camp will be made up of recreational and select/elite players. Players will be evaluated during the beginning of camp to be place in the correct soccer training environment for each camper.

For more information about the Elite Soccer Training program:



(Make checks payable to: Elite Soccer Training)

Elite Soccer Training
P.O. Box 4127
Chattanooga, TN 37405

 

 

2013 Finley Stadium Camp

(1826 Carter St, Chattanooga, TN 37408)

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June 24-28  

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Age Groups: U-6 to U-8 half or full day and U-9 to U-18 boys and girls

 

Registration Fee $30.00

 

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Registration & Total Cost $150

 

Payments

Additional Family Member $75

 

Payments

Total Half-day Cost $70

 

Payments 

 

The staff is made up of a group of coaches/players that have excelled at the game and now are ready to help you do just the same. One thing that is very unique about this staff is not only that it is made up of National Champs, Players of the Year, All-Americans, All-State, Best of Preps, ODP and Region ODP Players, and now College Coaches, but all trained with Elite Soccer Training during their playing careers.


This camp will not be canceled do to weather! The Elite Soccer Training Camp will be held on a wonderful turf field and held in the First Tennessee Pavilion.
 

Lunch: Each camper will need to bring a sack lunch or pizza orders will be taken each morning.

 

Pizza orders will be taken each morning. $5 per day! 


Participation for the June 24-28 is open to anyone in the soccer community.   

 
Walk-ups will be welcomed if camp space is available.  

 

  • It is not mandatory that each player attend all 4  days. 
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    Forms and Waivers: Please download from http://elitesoccertraining.blogspot.com

    Daily Schedule: 
    9-11:30 technical training (Skills & small-sided games) 
    11:30-1:00(Lunch) 
    1:00-3:30 tactical training (small-sided games)

    The camp will be made up of recreational and select/elite players. Players will be evaluated during the beginning of camp to be place in the correct soccer training environment for each camper.

    For more information about the Elite Soccer Training program:

     

    (Make checks payable to: Elite Soccer Training)

    Elite Soccer Training
    P.O. Box 4127
    Chattanooga, TN 37405

     

    The $30 camp registration fee will be added to total camp fees.

    Please register early! Space is limited to the first 100 campers to register!

    If you are planning to attend please reserve your spot by paying the registration fee or full camp cost with PayPal or send a check and wavier/release form to P.O. Box 4127 Chattanooga,TN 37405. If you pay with PayPal you will need to mail in a signed wavier or bring to registration on the first day of camp. For more information call Kris Ray at 423-240-5737 or Kris4futbol@aol.com.  

      
    Age Groups: U-6 to U-8 half or full day and U-9 to U-18 boys and girls

     

    Time: 9:00am- 3:30pm

     

    Cost: $30 per day ($150 total) Half-day campers($70 total)

     

    1/2 off regular camp price for second player of families that have more than one player attending! 

     

    What to bring: Soccer cleats, soccer ball, running shoes, water, snacks, etc.

     

    2013 Summer Annual 
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    Shooting, Finishing & Goalkeeping Clinic
     
    Picture from 2012 Holiday Sessions
     
    Pictured from left to right: Katelyn Smith(Hixson), Anna Lanter(Soddy Daisy), Blair Barker(Jacksonville State), Mary Elizabeth Clements(Baylor), Natalie Smith(Austin Peay), Sarah Hencke(Georgetown College), Sam DeBien(Cleveland), Kamryn Bloh(Baylor) Back row: Summer Lanter(Lee), Keyle Snyder(GPS), Hannah Wyatt(UTC), Peyton Thomas(UT), Paige Elliott(Lehigh University), Kelly Pannel(Western Carolina), Teni Butler(University of Arkansas), Marci Cater(University of Pitt), Coach Ray *Listed above are just a few that were in attendance!
    • These sessions are for advanced high school players & DI select players only.
    • Current college players are encouraged and welcome to attend.
    • Sign up immediately space is limited - we can only take approximately 40 players.

      We will form a waiting list on a first come first serve basis.

    • Are you trying to get ready for your college or high school season?

      If so, this program is for you too. Trying to stay in shape and working out by yourself is not always fun.

      This is a fast paced, educational, and energetic way to accomplish summer workouts

      before your college or high school preseason starts.

    • Focus of the series

      The camp will focus on receiving under pressure, kicking with all parts of the foot, distribution under pressure, winning 50/50 balls, heading, and soccer fitness training. All of these areas are a main focus for high level, college bound athletes. During the week, players will have the time to make huge improvements in all of these areas and receive valuable knowledge on becoming great soccer players

    • College Recruiting Assistance

      In addition, if you are a player looking for the right college there will be step by step instructions taught on how to get recruited. Players will take home materials to use throughout the year that should aid in the process of their recruitment.

       

    Finley Stadium: June 24-28

    (1826 Carter St, Chattanooga, TN 37408)

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      Cost per player $75.00

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    Grace Academy Complex: June 10-13

     

    (7815 Shallowford Rd Chattanooga, TN 37421)

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    Cost per players $75.00

    Pay Now

     

     

    Times: 3:45 to 5:30

     

    What to bring: Soccer cleats, soccer ball, running shoes, water, etc.
     

    If you are planning to attend please reserve your spot by paying the with PayPal or send a check and wavier/release form to P.O. Box 4127 Chattanooga,TN 37405. If you pay with PayPal you will need to mail in a signed wavier or bring to registration on the day of first session attending. For more information call Kris Ray at 423-240-5737 or Kris4futbol@aol.com. 

     

    Forms and Waivers: Please download from http://elitesoccertraining.blogspot.com 

     

    For more information about the Elite Soccer Training program:


    (Make checks payable to: Elite Soccer Training)
     

    Elite Soccer Training
    P.O. Box 4127
    Chattanooga, TN 37405

     

    Shooting & Finishing: The Shooting and Finishing Session is a unique program that focuses on one of the most exciting aspects of the game; creating chances and the art of finishing. This is not just for forwards; it is for any player on the field who wants to improve their attacking skills. Small group sessions are set up to challenge individuals in repetitive game situations where attacking players need to excel: long distance shooting, combination play, 1 v 1's, turning and shooting in the box, crossing and finishing, chipping and lobbing, volleys, attacking heading, playing with your back to goal, and striker movement among many.

    Goalkeeper Sessions

    Goalkeeping:
    Players will work on all aspects of this specialist position. If you're dedicated to improving techniques and skills and ultimately improving your game day performance...this is the place for you!
    These sesions will allows you to learn and fine-tune all the techniques and skills you require to become a great goalkeeper. The sessions will cover the main techniques and skills of goalkeeping; specific warm ups, footwork, handling, diving, shot stopping, one versus one, and making game winning saves!

     

     

     

     

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    VERY IMPORTANT: Elite Soccer Training is a neutral training entity and provide programs for individuals, small groups, clubs, and teams looking for additional training. I encourage players to play for their local recreational and competitive teams. This is advanced supplemental training. Not to be confused with a USYSA competitive program. Players are encouraged to participate in this program either concurrent with their USYSA team season, afterwards, or when their schedule permits. It is not a requirement or mandatory to play USYSA, but encouraged for additional game play and field experience. Obviously, more dedicated participants will receive the most growth and experience from the training. From this program, let it be known that collegiate, regional and national players are fostered. The sessions are for any Chattanooga area player interested. This is an Elite Soccer Training event and is not associated with any Tennessee or Georgia State Association Club. This is not a tryout or will be held as a recruiting tool for any association nor is it encourage. This a educational soccer experience for all area soccer players.
    Please remember that almost all advertising and promotion of Elite Soccer Training events are made on the grassroots level, so please pass, email, share, invite, like, & text the information on to your team, club, or anyone that maybe interested!
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