As we all know, participation in youth soccer is growing dramatically.  To keep up with the evolution of the sport, governing bodies are implementing changes in how youth soccer is taught, organized and run nationally.  Although soccer professionals, parents and players alike could argue for or against many of these changes, one thing will always remain constant – the need for individual development.

Club/team soccer is obviously a very critical component of youth development in the sport, but there is no substitute for individualized technical training.  The development of a well-rounded soccer player hinges upon the player’s ability to perform one-on-one with the ball. This principle is reflected in Own Touch’s dedication to helping our trainees master individual technical skills that will become engrained in their athletic memory, and become second-nature in their performance over time.

In order to help convey the mission, vision and structure of Own Touch, we have recently developed a Program Guide. We invite you to review this document to learn more about Own Touch, its programs and performance modules. 

We look forward to continuing to provide educational and developmental opportunities for every player to reach their potential. As always, if you have any questions or if I can be of assistance to you and your family, please let me know. Thanks for your continued support.