We dedicate our time and efforts towards player skill development individually and through team strategies that give a clear understanding of how to push the ball up the field to score goals, as well as a greater understanding of how to defend the goal. We accomplish all this learning with appropriate age and skill level progressions that get results from each player season after season with improved performance.
The Pasco Soccer Farm offers soccer training to boys and girls in the Wesley Chapel area. For more information on our training, programs, or travel ball, please call us at 813-303-0133.
PRIVATE TRAINING 1:1
Players will be training for about 40 mins each week with their designated coach to work on techniques and footwork while maximizing more touches on the ball each week. Age appropriate drills will be reviewed so players have homework each week to practice at home.
Private Group Training
Private Group 6:1
Training as part of a small is a great way to challenge each player with individual skills while learning team concepts and advanced team drills and skills. This allows players to better understand techniques used for team play strategy to move the ball and defend the ball.
Individual skill development and competency are key for players to continue their soccer journey to a competitive level. Therefore we offer the opportunity for all players training at the farm to attend fielding training as a bonus to their other training programs. Players are invited to train during field training so they can bring their new skills to the field and learn how they apply the strategies of team play. Field training consists of activities that allow players to understand how offensive play and defensive playwork within the game of soccer, along with goalie training. Situational play and team play is a lot of fun as players always enjoy field training as tests players' skills and are the next step prior to venturing into competitive play. Rise n Grind!
We provide opportunities and collaborations with local leagues and competitive teams for players to play at their development stage throughout the year. These partnerships allow players to represent their community and or compete on competitive teams for ongoing development and performance feedback to better understand future training needs, Train More - Play Less!