East Windsor, CT
East Longmeadow, MA
It is not good enough for a young player to be skillful; they need to be skillful with a purpose
Provide your child the confidence with the soccer ball that will last a lifetime!
The Gold Star Soccer Mission is to raise the bar of youth development around the world by providing players the skills and parents the resources necessary to teach their child how to become comfortable and confident with the soccer ball while building interpersonal skills and emphasizing character development for players ages 2 - 17.
Graham is only 7, this is his first full day soccer camp. When he gets in the car he was always excited about his day. I look forward to having him train with Gold Star in the future. We want him to enjoy his soccer and play, no pressure, just play! I feel that philosophy is promoted at Gold Star Soccer.
-parents of Graham- age 7
She comes home every day talking about her favorite "animal skill" she learned. We sat and talked about day 1 and what she hopes to accomplish and how to get there. She seemed happy to be able to achieve her goals. The process works! I've seen it first hand with my son's huge improvement with his confidence since starting with Gold Star Soccer.
-parents of Addison & Liam- ages 6 & 9
He has found a drive to complete his goals such as carrying the ball. He lights up when he shows me the "zoo" animals like Lizard and Tasmanian devil. The SMART goals provide a guide but also a challenge to improve and prove to himself that he can do it.
-parents of Owen - age 8
Stella is a confident child to begin with, but we have definitely seen her confidence build throughout the program. Specifically she has gained confidence with the "Animal Skills". She is practicing them and wants to show-off what she has learned. Setting realistic and achievable goals has helped her focus on skill improvement and to track and measure her progress.
-parents of Stella- age 6
She has broken out of her shell and is more confident in her skills. She kept practicing until she reached her goal. Once she did, she was so impressed with her self.
-parents of Payton- age 7.
Chase knows where his weaknesses were but to write it out and see it was important as he can go back to it. Max liked setting a SMART goal that was attainable and being able to reach it.
-parents of Chase & Max- ages 10 & 7
After 4 days, he says he feels more confident with his ability and that he can now do the "animal skills" he learned. Setting goals enabled him to find success small and large to keep him motivated.
-parents of Cooper- age 9