Soccer Camp Questions and Answers
A: TGSA is designed to identify and develop soccer players from all levels of play and assist in reaching their full potential and play at an elite level.
A: TSGA wants to create a fun and challenging environment where players have the opportunity to learn from a beginner level to advanced level through soccer coaching. Your child will learn the fundamentals of soccer. We also give our players the confidence and technical ability to win more 1 V 1 situation and score more goals through visual aids. Unlike other camps, we offer your child more individual opportunities to develop functional playing (position) skills throughout the year.
A: Please visit the benefits section and read about each program.
A: Yes, players need to bring their own water bottle to drink from. Drinking stations will be at each location and water will always be available.
A: Players should bring shin guards, soccer cleats, footwear appropriate for use on a turf surface and soccer ball. Each player must also have a parent or guardian sign the waiver and release form prior to participating any of the programs provided by TGSA.
A: No, all of our training programs are for both boys and girls.
A: Please call our offices directly to find out more information and see what is available.
A: There are several ways to register for our training programs for soccer camps or soccer private coaching:
1. Register online » to the appropriate program
2. Register by mail – Send your application to our address below:
Texas Global Soccer Academy
2306 Guthrie Road, Ste. 260-B1
Garland, Texas 75043
A: If a camper cancels prior to the start of the camp program, cancellations will be subject to a 50% cancellation fee.
A: TGSA players train at the following locations;
Rise Expo Indoor : 2922 South Highway 205, Rockwall, Texas 75035
ICEC : 3821 BROADWAY BLVD., GARLAND, TX 75043 & other locations accessible to the team. All locations, dates, and times are specified by all programs.
TEXAS GLOBAL SOCCER Training Programs follow a researched and proven approach to player development. The following information introduces each one of our curriculums, operating philosophy and the methods and structure that are used to deliver the session.
To offer multiple opportunities to learn and provide support for the community youth soccer programs.
Create a FUN and CHALLENGING environment where players have the opportunity to LEARN.
Player Development Rationale
Texas Global Soccer believes in a building block approach to Player Development. At a young age mastery of the ball is critical for a child’s future development. Players follow a path focused on technique and skill development, as competency increases, tactical (decision making) elements are introduced. Within each building block, an extensive curriculum is offered. The following diagram illustrates the Texas Global Soccer ‘Building Blocks of Player Development:
The TGSA coach focuses on three methods to deliver the building blocks of player development.
A description of each method is offered in the table below:
The following table provides an overview of how a typical session would be structured.
|Section||% of time||Key Points|
|Match||15%||Session ends with a competitive scrimmage|
|Cool Down||5%||Stretching & Learning Closure Review|