MYSA Opens Winter Technical Development Centers

Winter Technical Development Centers

Technical Development Centers are designed to help players of all levels improve their technical skills and increase their efficiency and proficiency with the ball. Our Technical Development Centers are a tremendous opportunity for your players and coaches to improve in an intense, fun and memorable soccer environment. 

When are the TDC’s run?

Centers will begin in January of 2019 and will run for eight (8) weeks.
Where do the TDCs take place?

Cambridge (Tuesday) - Registration Link

(3-5 grade session full – Waitlist only)

Franklin (Friday) - Registration Link

Hanover (Tuesday) - Registration Link 
Haverhill (Thursday) - Registration Link
Leominster (Wednesday) - Registration Link
Lowell (Friday) - Registration Link

Waltham (Sunday) - Registration Link

(3-5 grade session from 6pm-7pm is full – Waitlist only)

Worcester (Monday) - Registration Link

Session Times:

For Detailed session times by age group and location, please scroll down.
How much does registration for a TDC cost?

Enrollment in a Winter 2019 Technical Development Center will cost $160 per player for 8 weeks.
Who can I contact?
Please contact Tamie Endow – Technical Department Manager, with any questions tendow@mayouthsoccer.org
Cancellation Policy
Cancellations by November 30th will receive a full refund
Cancellations by December 15th will receive a 50% refund
Cancellations made on or after December 15th are not eligible for a refund
Who are the coaches?

Massachusetts Youth Soccer Technical Development Staff under the direction of Ian Mulliner, Massachusetts Youth Soccer’s Technical Director, will be conducting the sessions. All Mass Youth Soccer full time staff hold US Soccer A licenses and are nationally recognized United Soccer Coaches and US Soccer educators.

Mass Youth Soccer member coaches are also invited to attend TDCs. They will receive copies of the session plan and will have the opportunity to discuss the session with the Staff Coach.

Posted by Fred Martin