U10-U11 Rangers
Players born 2013 – 2014

Lead Instructor

Manny Gomez

QUALIFICATIONS:
CSA YOUTH LICENCE (IN PROGRESS)
CSA C LICENCE
AFTA PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL COACH DEGREE (IN PROGRESS)
RESPECT IN SPORTS
MAKING HEADWAY IN SOCCER
MAKE ETHICAL DECISIONS

The WIA Rangers Teams compete in the Lower Island Soccer Association Development League against other LISA Clubs. Game rosters are created weekly by pulling players from the WIA Skill Centre program.

In the 2023/24 season, WIA will offer a U10/11 boys team and U10/11 girls team.

Visit our camps page for Player Identification Camp dates to apply for the  Skill Centre.

Training Block 1: August 2023 – December 2023

  • Training session locations – UVIC
  • 2 Training sessions per week (Technical and SSG incorporated)
    • 75 mins training sessions
  • 1 Multi-Sport session or Psycho-social activity per week
  • 2-4 competitive LISA Development League per month
  • Participation in a LISA Active Start Festival
  • NOTE: UVIC session times are 3:15 pm – 4:30 pm

Training Block 2: January 2024 – March 2024

  • Training session locations – UVIC
  • 2 Training sessions per week (Technical and SSG incorporated)
    • 75 mins training sessions
  • 1 Multi-Sport session or Psycho-social activity per week
  • 2-4 competitive LISA Development League per month
  • 1 Skill Centre Festival – Family Day Weekend
  • NOTE: UVIC session times are 3:15 pm – 4:30 pm

Training Block 3: April 9, 2024 – June 13, 2024

  • Training session locations – UVIC
  • 2 Training sessions per week (Technical and SSG incorporated)
    • 75 mins training sessions
  • 1 Multi-Sport session or Psycho-social activity per week
  • Tournament (t.b.a) 
  • NOTE: UVIC session times are 3:15 pm – 4:45 pm

Learning Objectives

  1. Physical Development:
    Develop speed, agility, coordination and balance
  2. Technical:
    Improve individual and collective basic techniques
    Improve possession and transition
  3. Psychosocial:
    Positive learning environment
    Interact positively and feel confident within the group, creating a challenging learning environment
  4. Tactical:
    Creating space and applying basic principles
  5. Social/Emotional:
    Increase confidence with the ball & playing with teammates
    Cooperation with teammates in collective tasks during practice

Primary Learning Outcomes

  1. Stopping and Running with the ball at speed
  2. Moving forward when attacking and retreating when defending,
  3. Basic quick movements with and without the ball

Westcastle International Academy

Youth Programs

Our Soccer Partners

Westcastle International Academy is proud to work with the following soccer partners.

  • University of Victoria
  • BC Soccer
  • Canada Soccer
  • Lower Island Soccer Association