About Little Hawks
Little Hawks combines soccer training and games in just the right proportions. We introduce children to fundamental soccer skills in a fun-filled setting. Trained coaches provide an enjoyable, fast-paced series of soccer-related games and activities that develop ball skills, motor skills, cognitive abilities, and peer relationships. Blackhawks’ coaches help your child discover the game and its sweet rewards!
May 18; June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2019
(no session Memorial Day weekend)
|2011||11 a.m.–12 noon||12 noon–1 p.m.|
|2012||10–11 a.m.||12 noon–1 p.m.|
|2013||9–10 a.m.||9–10 a.m.|
- Blackhawks Soccer Club/Orchard
875 Orchard Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55103 • map
$95 includes t-shirt
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Shin guards, cleats or tennis shoes, water, soccer ball
Blackhawks professional trainers work with the kids to teach proper soccer techniques. Each week we focus on a technical skill for the first portion of the session. We then split the kids up to show off their skills in small sided games.
Get Out There and Coach!
The kids love to have parents out on the field, and we encourage volunteer coaches to join the fun. You may not have played or coached before—that’s okay! Our professional coaches lead the technical sessions while you observe. Then you can apply your new coaching knowledge in small sided game situations. Give it a try—you and your player won’t regret it!
Chris Scanlon @ 651-894-3527
Dawn Ellerd @ 612-709-3872
About Blackhawks Soccer Club
Founded in 1952, Saint Paul Blackhawks is a Saint Paul based non-profit organization serving youths, their families, and the community by offering a high quality year-round soccer program for players ages five to nineteen. This year-round program includes summer traveling teams starting at age 9, fall leagues, winter/spring indoor skills training, futsal, and summer camps. We have professional coaches starting at U9 to enhance the development of the players. Alumni include players at the collegiate, professional, and international level including Manny Lagos, Amos Magee, and Tony Sanneh (2002 World Cup).