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Free clinic program expanded
May 11th, 2014 2:38AM

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[NATIONAL GUARD CLINICS] SoccerAmericaNet and SoccerNation News are again teaming up with the Army National Guard to host skill development clinics free for soccer players ages 15-19.

The program continues May 15 as Laguna United FC hosts a clinic led by Carrie Taylor at Alicia Soccer & Skate Park in Laguna Niguel, Calif. The clinic will also feature college coaches from UC Irvine, Cal State Fullerton, University of Redlands and Santiago Canyon College.

Free Registration and clinic details: here

Clinics have been hosted by two-time U.S. World Cup player Paul Caligiuri, World Cup and Olympic champion Shannon MacMillan, former U.S. national futsal team captain Sean Bowers and Fox Sports commentator and former English international Warren Barton.

These free clinics are a part of the Army National Guard’s Grassroots Soccer (GRS) program. The goal is to prepare youth players for success at college. The Army National Guard's Grassroots Soccer program was created to inform and educate high school-age soccer players, their parents and coaches on how joining the Guard can assist them with reaching their goals.

The Army National Guard is sponsoring the clinics as well as providing lunch and T-shirts for all the players. College coaches will also be on-site at selected clinics to help answer questions and train players. The free clinics are for ages 15-19.

Other upcoming clinics:

May 23, National City (San Diego area)
Guillermo Medina, DOC at South Bay Matrix
5pm-8pm
Southwest HS

June 6, East Los Angeles
Paul Walker, Total Futbol Academy
4pm-8pm
Esteban Torres HS

June 16, Kona HI
Jeff Illingworth, Kona Crush
5pm-8pm

June 27 Boys & June 28 Girls, Farmington UT
Western States College Combines
Christopher Roemer

July 6, Irvine CA
Tim Woodcock, Irvine Slammers
5pm-8pm
Great Park, Irvine

June 14 Boys & June 15 Girls, Farmington UT
Western States College Combines
Christopher Roemer


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