LEVELUP is a program available to our male and female athletes, ages 8 through 19. Modeled after our Sporting Director, Anthony Latronica, time spent with the U17 Men’s National Team residency program in Bradenton for 2 World Cup cycles, LEVELUP connects our senior technical staff with players wanting to train weekday mornings to get extra work on individual technique, position-specific training, and small group functional work.
Registration is for one training cycle at a time; participants will need to register for individual training cycles offered.
*Registration via Sports Connect platform
1. Existing account members: Register using your existing player’s account
2. New account members: Create an account by clicking “registration – create new account”
Fall 2021 TRAINING PROGRAM
Who- Competitive players wanting to improve throughout the Fall of 2021 male and female ages U11 – U19.
What– 6-week soccer training program, two days a week for 1.15 hrs. per day. The program offers 15-20 mins of strength and conditioning work as well as 60 mins of technical/ tactical development for each player within the program. Small groups will range from 6-12 players per group.
Where- Waters Sports Complex
When- Cycle 1- October 5,7,12,14,19,21/ Cycle 2- November 2,4,9,11,16,18
Why- A progressive training program based around building the strengths and areas of improvement of each individual player fusing both the physical and technical components of the game.
Price: $150 per cycle
Times: 9 am – 10:15 am
Gender- Female and Males
Staff– Tampa Bay United Program Directors and Staff Coaches
Cycle Times & Dates
|CYCLE||DATES (T / TH)||TIMES||COST||AGES|
|CYCLE 1||Oct 5 – Oct 21, 2021||9:00 – 10:15 am||$150||11-19|
|CYCLE 2||Nov 2 – Nov 18, 2021||9:00 – 10:15 am||$150||11-19|
“The training has already paid tangible dividends in game-situations on the field. During the recent ACDC tournament weekend, my U17 ECNL son, Zachariah, scored 3 goals, and when he reflected on the weekend, he specifically said that the exact techniques he used to convert all 3 scores were the same ones that he had been drilling on during Forward training at Level Up.”
~ Brad Brewer, TBU Parent