Competitive Goalkeeper Clinic

Fall Goalkeeper Clinics

MVSC is pleased to announce our 2019 Fall Goalkeeper Training Programs.  Our programs are designed to offer professional goalkeeper training and instruction to MVSC Recreational, Development and Competitive players.  Clinics will help Goalkeepers build a solid foundation by teaching the basics of goalkeeping. Topics covered will include shot stopping, catching, aerial duels (air balls), distribution, footwork, and positioning. Each session will conclude with finishing on the goal in a game-like situation, while incorporating communication, positioning and technique.

Competitive Goalkeeper Clinics

Session 1:  Fridays at Alto.  3:30-4:20pm.  8 sessions, starting Sept. 6.  Final session Oct. 25.  This session is for U9 and U10 Competitive Goalkeepers (Boys and Girls).

Session 2:  Fridays.  4:20-5:20pm at Alto Field.  8 sessions, starting Sept. 6.  Final session Oct. 25.  This session is for U11 and U12 Competitive Goalkeepers (Girls only).

Session 3:  Fridays.  5:10-6:10pm at Alto Field.  8 sessions, starting Sept. 6.  Final session Oct. 25.  This session is for U11 and U12 Competitive Goalkeepers (Boys only).

Session 4:  Fridays.  6:00-sunset at Alto Field.  8 sessions, starting Sept. 6.  Final session Oct. 25.  This session is for U13 and older Competitive Goalkeepers (Boys and Girls).

In the event of inclement weather, please check MVSC's home page after 2:45pm on the day of training to find out if the session is canceled.  In the event of cancelation, a make-up session will be added at the end of the program.

COST:

Competitive players do not pay for these sessions, as payment will be billed to the Competitive Teams.  Attendees still need to register to secure a spot.

Space is limited to participate in our fall GK program.  If we hit our enrollment caps, additional players will be placed on a waitlist.

Daily Drop-ins are not permitted.

PROFESSIONAL GOALKEEPING TRAINER:

MVSC is thrilled to have Kellis Johnson back as our Professional Goalkeeper Trainer.  Kellis played goalkeeper for Marin Catholic High School (where she broke several goalkeeper records she still holds today), and later for Colorado University's Division 1 Women's program.  Kellis has coached and trained youth and college goalkeepers for the past 10 years.  She is currently the Head Assistant/Goalkeeper Coach at Dominican University and Branson High School.  She holds USSF D and E licenses and the NSCAA Goalkeeper Diploma.