Without regular and proper training, soccer skills and tactics cannot be mastered. It is impossible to expect that players master their skills only during their prescribed training sessions. Therefore, it is imperative that players set aside time at home to work on their individual technique and conditioning.
We demand a tremendous time commitment from the TSC Hurricane coaches, and we expect our players to be willing to make the same commitment. We know that many of our players have other interests and demands on their time, but we believe it very important that you make every effort to have them attend each practice session and allot time at home to further refine their skills. They will need those refined skills if their team is to be competitive and if they are to continue their individual development. So please make every effort to arrange their schedules to allow time for soccer practice.
TSC Hurricane practice schedules will vary according to the age group, season and upcoming events (i.e. State Cup, tournaments etc.). The times and days of your team’s practice will be set by the Head Coach based upon these factors.
Important Training Session Requirements and Tips
- Wear official training gear as outlined by the club.
- Competitive Teams - Navy Socks, Navy Shorts, Grey Training Top (1st training session of the week) & Red Training Top (2nd training session of the week).
- Juniors Teams - Red Socks, Navy Shorts, Grey Training Top (1st training session of the week) & Red Training Top (2nd training session of the week)..
Every player should bring a fully inflated ball to each training session.
Bring water to replace lost fluids during the training session.
Shinguards are mandatory at all training sessions.
It is imperative to come to practice sessions regularly.
You cannot miss training sessions or practice poorly and expect to improve. If you have a problem attending a practice, contact your coach, in advance, if possible and let them know the situation.
Stay engaged in training sessions.
Do not distract others at practice (e.g., conversing with teammates while attempting an exercise is distracting to others and disrupts the learning environment).