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Inspiring a life-long love for the beautiful game
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Our Pre-Academy program is focused on not only developing the technical skills of young players, but also fostering their love and passion for the game. Our coaches aim to create a fun and supportive environment where children can learn and grow as soccer players, while also enjoying the thrill of competition and the camaraderie of playing on a team.

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SUMMER SESSION

Saturdays | July 6th - August 10th
Hanson Park (Ashburn)

Registration open!

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Coaches

Our dedicated coaches bring a wealth of experience in coaching at the youth level and hold licenses that enable them to effectively train young players. Their true passion for soccer shines through as they inspire and engage with children, fostering a genuine love for the game.

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Savannah Hensley

Coach | Head Trainer

Catholic University

Women's Soccer

Major: Biomedical Engineering

  • USSF Grassroots Coaching License

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Maureen Keating

Coach

Bridgewater College

Women's Soccer

Major: Health & Exercise Science

  • USSF Grassroots Coaching License

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Meredyth Walker

Coach

Marymount University

Women's Soccer

Major: Physical Therapy

  • USSF Grassroots Coaching License

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Enrique Miranda

Coach

  • Bachelor's in Education Sciences

  • UNAFUT 'B' Coaching License

  • UNAFUT High Performance Coaches Diploma

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Maguire Alden

Coach

  • USSF Grassroots Coaching License

  • United Soccer Coaches Foundations of Soccer Diploma

  • United Soccer Coaches Advanced Technical Training Diploma

Mae

maecillos | Mah-eh-see-joes

colloquial term commonly used in Costa Rica as a form of endearment or affection used between friends that conveys a sense of closeness or camaraderie. It is equivalent to terms like "buddy," "pal," or "mate". "Mae" is a widely used term in Costa Rican culture, and its usage extends beyond just soccer-related contexts.

Mejenga

mejengueros | Meh-hen-ge-ros

an informal soccer game or pick-up game, usually played among friends or neighborhood acquaintances. Mejengas often serve as a way for friends to get together, have fun, and enjoy the beautiful game in a more relaxed and informal setting like local parks, school playgrounds, or other open spaces, and are a common and beloved pastime for many people in Latin America and Spanish-speaking countries.

Mundialista

mundialista | Moon-dee-ah-lees-tah

derived from "Mundial," the Spanish word for "World Cup”, a "mundialista" is a player participating in the largest international sporting event in the world. As only a few players are selected to represent their country, it is a high honor to compete at this event and reserved for players who have demonstrated their skills at the highest level of competition.

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