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      Our Soccer School


SWEAT Soccer School (6-9 year olds): Start playing soccer the right way. We offer a training that will teach you the skills and game smarts you will need to play soccer on the highest level. SWEAT Football Soccer School teaches fundamental skills with the ball and physical agility. Sessions are age-appropriate with attention to proper technique and body coordination, the provide the foundation to excel as a soccer player.


Youth Skill Builder


 SWEAT Skill Builder Sessions (10-13 year olds) Want to raise your game to the next level?  Build and improve your skills with SWEAT Football. Our skill-builder training will raise your game, and get you sharp for your next challenge. Our soccer skill-builder sessions are designed to improve your physical ability (speed, endurance, agility, and strength), your skills (first touch, turns, moves, and shots), and your game intelligence (positioning, movement off the ball, and anticipation). For intermediate and advanced young players. A good foundation and focused attitude is needed for these classes, because we want to get you ready to play on the highest level!


            Soccer Camps


Sweat Football Conditioning has seasonal soccer camps for kids ages 5-15 years old. Our youngest age group experiences a fun safe experience on being young active toddlers, whereas our older age groups obtain a much intense , week camp. Camp details for Summer 2018 is coming very soon . Please email us for early registration.


2018 youth summer camps

       We offer a great soccer experience for both girls and boys soccer players . Our programs have evolved primarily through our passion to provide kids in the New York City area , a fun safe and competitive environment to play and meet new kids. Our soccer program teaches team spirit, life values, relationship building , socializing , and much more. Our program are all based mostly on practice like approaches. That means we tend to have our players train more than they play. Here at Sweat FC, we believe in more of a practice practice practice approach , opposed to "Hey when is the next game".