At Avila Creative Soccer, creative coaching is the key. Our Specialty Skills feature new curriculums that are proven winners. Our goal is not only development, but to surprise your child each and every time they attend. Join us for an amazing opportunity to learn specialty soccer skills that will enhance your level of play and make you more effective on the field! Our classes are designed to fill in the gaps where your current skills are lacking, making you a better, more valuable player all around.
The Specialty Skills are $99/month. It includes 4 Specialty Skills Classes to be used over one month. Most people come once a week during the same time. Classes can also be used at a quicker pace (just send us an email). For example, when players want a quick tune-up during certain periods of the year, they can use all 4 classes in one- or two-week periods instead of a month. Of course, instead if purchasing Specialty Skills Classes alone, consider our packages too–they often include Specialty Classes at a highly discounted rate.
How Do Specialty Skills Differ from Traditional Small Group Classes? Specialty Skills are laser focused on one specific skill or topic, whereas the traditional Small Group Classes that Avila Soccer has always offered use a more holistic approach to learning.
In this class, we offer different Specialty Skills classes--Shooting Mechanics, Shooting Against Live Goalies, Dribbling, Juggling, Highball Trapping, and Passing & Receiving. Classes are offered Mondays through Fridays during our Fall Semester (September-December) and Spring Semester (January-May). If players want to sample or mix-and-match Specialty Skills throughout the week, it is offered with our packages (Max Plans, 2-Month Package, Train & Apply Package, One Year Package). Click here to see a full schedule of all our classes.
Cost is for the 2-Month Package which include:
Additional Specialty Skills Classes
Related Specialty Skills Classes
Unlock Your Child's Brilliance Today
Give your child the necessary creative skills to make a difference on the field. Click the links below to sign up and purchase a class while spots are available, and prepare your child to play with imagination.
Anderson MillTwo-Month Package
The Etymology of Nutmeg
Nutmeg is the British name for this move. In Hispanic America this skill is known as "caño" or "ordeñar"; in many other European/Latin and African countries the Nutmeg is called "Panna". In Scotland it is known as "50p" or "peg" and "petit pont" in France. In South Africa it is also known as a "iShibobo." In Jamaica this play is known as "SALAD". In Malaysia it's called as 5 ringgit (5 dollar). A trick to remember the move is the arms of a nut-cracker resemble the player legs apart where the ball rolls through.