Spring Scrimmaging

This Spring, apply your skills through Scrimmaging

Apply the skills you learn through Avila Creative Soccer’s level-specific Tactical Scrimmaging Program! Soccer players chosen by their arm band color (see descriptions) will scrimmage each week on our indoor fields to fine-tune their tactical understanding of the outdoor game to make sure they maintain peak form for their club.

Our Scrimmage Program includes:

  • A 4v4 format
  • Avila-certified trainers injected into the games
  • An emphasis on the Art of Triangles and Passing Lanes
    • Off-the-ball Movement is totally demystified
    • Position-specific techniques explained with laser focus
    • Players taught to work as a unit

    These scrimmages with players of the same exact level represent the optimal way to apply the skills your child has learned. Multiple position specific coaches will be on the field to deconstruct game situations, promote smart assertiveness, offer personal attention and open each player's eyes to new tactical possibilities.

    This scrimmage program is by level only. If you are unsure of your child’s level, call Coach Eryck directly at 512.924.5715 and your child can be assessed for any remaining spots. Visit our Levels Page to estimate which arm band pertains to your child’s level.

    Avila Scrimmage Difference

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    Tactical Principle Taught

    An emphasis on Triangles and Passing Lanes

    Off-the-ball Movement is totally demystified

    Players taught to work as a unit

    Program Details

    Spring Semester

    Starts January 3rd
    5 months of once-a-week Scrimmaging

    Note: On-going open registrations. You still get 5 months if you sign up after January 3rd



    Financing Available. For details, call Coach Eryck at 512.924.5715

    Spring Train & Apply Savings

    Save with Max Plan and Scrimmaging if purchased together

    Learn more

    Note: The $150 extra scrimmage add-on may only be added at the time of Train & Apply purchase, it my not be purchased on it’s own. Otherwise, another full scrimmage semester must be added at $500.


    Level 1: Blue
    Level 2: Orange
    Level 3: Green
    Level 4: Gold
    Level 5: Black

    All players must take mandatory Level Exam 


    3:30 PM, 7:30 PM, 8:15 PM
    45 minute sessions
    Varies per location

    Must know for Scrimmaging

    Purchase Early Bird: Spring Scrimmaging

    November 30–December 10 only

    $100 off regular price

    Reg. Price $500

    Mandatory Baseline Assessments

    All new players, players that have never been assessed, or players returning from a semester's absence must schedule and purchase the mandatory $10 Baseline Assessment fee (free on the One-Year Package).

    Continuing players don't need to purchase or schedule a Baseline Assessment.

    Purchase your Baseline Assessment

    New players/players that have never been assessed

    Players returning after a semester's absence

    Schedule your Baseline Assessment

    New players/players that have never been assessed

    Players returning after a semester's absence

    Did you know Avila Trainers document each session for attitude and tactics with little codes for each day attended to help monitor progress? They even estimate scores each time based on our TPS system.


    NEmP Not embracing possession/triangles/passing lanes
    NWHO Not working hard off the ball
    HBTL Holding ball too long
    UDFO Using dominant foot only
    TMFP Too many forward/back passes
    NDE Not dribbling enough (risk averse-over conformance)
    NSPA Not switching point of attack (will only play the way they are facing)
    SOT Shying off tackles (not aggressive enough)
    NTT Not tracking teammates (unaware of their positions)
    TgP Telegraphing passes (lacks disguise too predictable to intercept)
    SGI Showing great improvement
    PWT Played well today
    ISLD Improved skill level displayed


    NPAD Not paying attention during team talk
    NLWO Not listening when other kids are being critiqued
    SoCC Sarcastic or cynical comments (unwarranted towards others)
    DCV Dress code violation (has to be told to get pinnie or wristband)
    NBII Not bringing it in (when coach calls)
    LFDD Low focus during drills compared to normal focus level
    NHCF Not helping clear field (while other players are)
    NCI Not checking-in through computers
    SWST Sulking when spoken to
    GSE Great sport ethic
    HTO Helpful towards others
    SLQ Shows leadership qualities