INFO TO KNOW

US Soccer Development League
For boys entering
grades 3 - 8

WHERE
Hunting Valley Campus

WHEN
Tuesday evenings
June 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25

TIME
Grades 3 - 5:  5:00 - 6:00 pm
Grades 6 - 8:  6:00 - 7:00 pm

FEE
$100

DIRECTOR
John Ptacek
jptacek@us.edu
216.831.2200 ext. 7332

US Soccer Development League

Join the USSDL for a five-week session of small-sided, 3v3 soccer play. The idea is simple: register as a team with your friends or register as an individual to meet new boys while playing competitive soccer.  Campers will have fun and learn by receiving lots of touches in a fun and safe environment, ensuring they maintain a passion for the game.

Why play small-sided games?  More:
• playing time
• individual learning moments
• touches on the ball
• transition from offense to defense
• opportunities to penetrate with passing
• opportunities to create 1v1
• combinations with teammates
• scoring opportunities
• shared responsibility in attacking and defending

How the USSDL works:
• Arrive at the appropriate time for your grade.
• Field managers will assign the playing field and teams by grade and ability.
• There will be a 15-minute warm-up with two 20-minute halves. Half time will be 5 minutes.

* The philosophy behind the USSDL is not to take the place of camp or coach instruction; coaching from the sideline is highly discouraged during the session. We hope to create a fun and positive environment where players can develop skill, imagination, and creativity on their own.

Registration fee includes a complimentary t-shirt.

For more information about the USSDL, contact John Ptacek: 216.831.2200 ext. 7332 or jptacek@us.edu.

Shaker Heights Campus

20701 Brantley Road
Shaker Heights, Ohio 44122
GRADES K-8
Phone: 216.321.8260

Hunting Valley Campus

2785 SOM Center Road
Hunting Valley, OH 44022
GRADES 9-12
Phone: 216.831.2200
University School serves 870 boys in grades K-12 on two campuses in suburban Cleveland, Ohio. The School’s mission is to inspire boys of promise to become young men of character who lead and serve. Dedicated faculty, rigorous curriculum, and experiential programs foster intellectual, physical, creative, and moral excellence.