Every day we will begin with one hour of individual ball work, learning how to manipulate and become even more comfortable with the ball. We will explore every part of the foot and how to use each part to control the ball. Then after a short break we will play games allowing each player the opportunity to try and experiment their newly acquired skills.
- $125 for members, $175 for non-members.
- Ages: 8-18
- Sessions are Monday July 6 through Friday July 10.
- All sessions led by our DoC, Jason Montgomery.
- All sessions held at the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex.
- Session Times: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
- Soccer gear required. Make sure they bring their shin guards and cleats. They will also need to bring their own ball.
- Register online at https://ymcamontgomery.org/programs/sports-youth/capital-city-streaks/or at the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex
For more information, contact Jason Montgomery at email@example.com
Coach Kinney Soccer Camps
Mini Blazer Boys & Girls Day Camp
At the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex
Dates of the camp are July 13 through 17.
Boys & Girls Grades: K – 8th
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Half Day: $150
Full Day: $250
*10% Discount for UAB Employees. (Blazerid required during registration)
Contact Mark Ward (firstname.lastname@example.org) for all camp inquiries.
Come and learn from the best!
Players of all levels are welcome as this camp is designed to learn the game in a fun filled environment, playing all kinds of games throughout the day.
We work on foot skills, body movement and coordination.
The camp location is the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex. The Emory Folmar YMCA is home to many regional and national club and collegiate tournaments. Come enjoy this beautiful facility while being coached by current UAB staff and players.”
Registration for Capital City Streaks Tryouts is now open.
Players born in years 2007 through 2002 will tryout Monday June 15 from 6 to 7:30 pm.
Players born in years 2012 through 2008 will attend team placements Tuesday June 16 from 6 to 7:30 pm.
For more info about tryouts email our Director of Coaching, Jason Montgomery at email@example.com.
Please register in advance as it helps us with planning purposes. If the link does not work for you please email the Director of Coaching, Jason Montgomery, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ralph Lundy Soccer Academy is coming to Montgomery and the Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex.
Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex- 1/2 Day Camp
June 15, 2020 – June 19, 2020
- Boys & Girls, Ages: 9-16
- Day Campers: $250
Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex – FULL Day Camp
June 15, 2020 – June 19, 2020
- Boys & Girls, Ages: 9-16
- Day Campers: $350
Make sure that you do not miss out on this opportunity to learn from one of the best.
For more information, https://www.ralphlundy.com/2020-camps/2020-summer-camps
“2020 Capital of Dreams High School Classic”
Emory Folmar YMCA Soccer Complex-February 14-15, 2020
WHAT ARE THE NEW RULE CHANGES/ADDITIONS TO 2019-20 SEASON?
The rule-makers have decided upon a number of changes to the Laws of the Game – but what
The changes came into effect on June 1, 2019.
It’s not the first time that the rules of the beautiful game have been tweaked and it probably
won’t be the last as administrators continue to figure out the best way forward in a world of
Let’s look at the RULES that affect our youth game and our Capital City Streaks this up and
1. FREE KICKS: NO ATTACKING PLAYERS
IN THE WALL
From next season on, we’re going to see an interesting change to the way free kicks are taken.
The IFAB has approved a rule change which prohibits attacking players – ie those from the
team on attacking from the free kick – from being in the wall.
Specifically, when there is a wall of three or more players attackers are not allowed
within one yard of it.
Any attacking player found to be less than one yard from the wall when a free kick is taken will
be penalized and the other team will be rewarded with an indirect free kick.
2. GOAL KICKS
Changes to the nature of goal kicks have altered the dynamic of restarting the game.
Previously, the ball was deemed ‘dead’ until it left the penalty area, but a new change means
that the ball is in play as soon as it is touched and it can be played inside the 18-yard box.
Early confusion around this rule led the IFAB to clarify that opposition players are still not
allowed in the box until the ball is played.
From 2019-20 on, the team that wins the coin toss has a choice of picking which half to attack
or to take first kick-off.
The thinking behind this rule is that many players will opt to take kick-off since a goal can be
scored directly from one.
4. YELLOW & RED CARDS FOR COACHES
In order to clamp down on difficult behavior from coaches who don’t see eye to eye with the
referee or their opposite number, officials will be able to show them yellow or red cards, in the
same way, they do with players.
If in the event of a touchline melee, for example, the offending individual cannot be identified
for punishment, the senior coach who is in the technical area will be the default recipient.
5. HANDBALL: ACCIDENTAL OFFENSES
DEEMED FREE KICKS
The IFAB has attempted to provide more clarity on the handball offense for occasions when the
offense is deemed to be ‘non-deliberate’.
Essentially, the changes will mean that there will be no goal in cases where the ball
accidentally strikes a player’s hand before crossing over the line.
Similarly, if a player has accidentally handled the ball and created an advantage or
subsequently scores, they will be penalized with a free-kick.
6. PENALTY KICKS: GOALKEEPERS MUST
HAVE AT LEAST ONE FOOT ON LINE
The issue of penalty kicks has cropped up a few times in recent years and the trend has been
towards reducing the freedom of the goalkeeper.
That hasn’t changed with the latest update to the rules, which dictate that the shotstopper must not be moving or touching the goalposts.
The new rule changes also say that the goalkeeper must have at least part of one foot on or in
line with the goal-line.
“Allowing the goalkeeper to have only one foot touching the goal line (or, if jumping, in line
with the goal line) when the penalty kick is taken is a more practical approach as it is easier to
identify if both feet are not on the line,” goes the IFAB’s explanation.
“As the kicker can ‘stutter’ in the run, it is reasonable that the goalkeeper can take one step in
anticipation of the kick.”
As well as those points, the penalty taker will now be permitted to receive a quick treatment if
necessary before taking the kick.
7. DROP BALL NO LONGER COMPETITIVE
The dropped ball is no more. Well, at least not as we know it.
If play is stopped inside the penalty area the ball will simply be dropped for the goalkeeper.
If it is stopped outside the penalty area the ball will be dropped for a player from the team that
last touched the ball. In all cases, players will have to be at least four and a half yards away.
Here’s the IFAB’s explanation: “The current dropped ball procedure often leads to a
‘manufactured’ restart which is ‘exploited’ unfairly (e.g. kicking the ball out for a throw-in deep
in the opponents’ half) or an aggressive confrontation.
“Returning the ball to the team that last played it restores what was ‘lost’ when play was
stopped, except in the penalty area where it is simpler to return the ball to the goalkeeper.
“To prevent that team gaining an unfair advantage, all players of both teams, except the player
receiving the ball, must be at least 4m (4.5 yds) away.”
8. THE REFEREE IS NO LONGER APART
Previously if the Ball hit the referee and changed possession it was played on as normal. Now if
the ball hits an official (Ref) and a change of possession happens, it will now be a noncontested drop ball for the team who lost possession.
We hope this helps you for the up and coming
Thanks to a grant from the Alabama Soccer Foundation, our Vice President, Manny Sanchez, our DOC, Jason Montgomery and our Director of Recreation, Richard Mejia were able to go out into under served neighborhoods and share through the game of soccer. Each participant went home with a free shirt, a free Nike ball and hours of instruction and fun playing soccer.
Congratulations to Coaches Wulf and Shane and the Boy’s Academy for showing very well this past weekend at the Perdido Shoot-Out. Both teams combined for 6 wins and only 1 loss, and the 09 Boys were named the champions only giving up 3 goals and scoring 28 of their own.