Mini Ballers: New Summer Programming for Our Youngest Strikers

Mini Ballers: New Summer Programming for Our Youngest Strikers

The Richmond Strikers are excited to offer a new summer programming option for players ages 2-4 and their parents/adults, Mini Ballers. This program is aimed at teaching children the basics of soccer alongside a parent/adult with whom they are comfortable.

Mini Ballers will be offered for six weeks over the summer. Participants can elect to sign up for one week, three weeks, or all six weeks. Sessions will be offered at three times throughout the day to maximize scheduling convenience and keep the groups small. All sessions will be held at Striker Park Field #9.

Sign-Up Options

Week One: June 12-15 (Monday-Thursday)

Session 1: 9-9:45 AM
Session 2: 10-10:45 AM
Session 3: 6-6:45 PM 

Week Two: June 19-22 (Monday-Thursday)

Session 1: 9-9:45 AM
Session 2: 10-10:45 AM
Session 3: 6-6:45 PM 

Week Three: June 26-29 (Monday-Thursday)

Session 1: 9-9:45 AM
Session 2: 10-10:45 AM
Session 3: 6-6:45 PM 

Week Four: July 17-20 (Monday-Thursday)

Session 1: 9-9:45 AM
Session 2: 10-10:45 AM
Session 3: 6-6:45 PM 

Week Five: July 24-27 (Monday-Thursday)

Session 1: 9-9:45 AM
Session 2: 10-10:45 AM
Session 3: 6-6:45 PM 

Week Six: July 31-August 3 (Monday-Thursday)

Session 1: 9-9:45 AM
Session 2: 10-10:45 AM
Session 3: 6-6:45 PM

The first three week session includes Weeks 1-3.
The second three week session includes Weeks 4-6.
The six week session includes Weeks 1-6. 

Pricing

One week: $70
Three weeks: $195
Six weeks: $350 

Each player will receive a jersey, included in his/her registration fee.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Coaching Staff

 

Courtney Zehnter, a recent Randolph-Macon College graduate and biology major, played four years of soccer for the Yellow Jackets. She will be continuing her education at VCU in the Center for Sports Leadership. Her goal is to develop soccer and other sports programming as a network for children with learning impairments.

 

Caroline Hollandsworth, a recent graduate of Randolph-Macon College, was a biology and environmental studies major. She was a senior captain for the Yellow Jackets and played soccer all four years. Caroline hopes to be a marine biologist and wants to better the ocean quality.