Grasshoppers and Munchkins Program – 2.5 to 5 Year Olds
The Grasshopper (2.5 – 3 years old) and Munchkin (4 – 5 years old) programs are specifically designed for the beginner player. Emphasis is placed on introducing players to the very basics of soccer in a high-energy, fun environment through interactive and imaginary games. Each program is six weeks long and the program you sign up for is where you will meet once a week – at the same time, on the same day, and at the same park. The cost of each six week session is $75, and includes a team t-shirt. The only additional equipment your player will need is shinguards; soccer cleats are optional but not required, and balls are provided for use at the field. Our Grasshopper and Munchkin programs are offered in the spring, summer, and fall. Winter programming coming soon.DETAILED INFORMATION
Recreational Program – U6 – U8
Our Recreational program for U6 – U8 age groups is designed to provide fun and development without the emphasis on travel or high-level competition. All teams are coached by volunteer parents and play in-house against other Skyline teams. At this age, teams typically practice 1 – 2 times a week at a convenient field location near you for 60-90 minutes. Practice days and times will vary from team to team based on the needs of each team. All games for this age group are played at Southmoor Park and Veterans Park on Saturdays. All players wear Skyline recreational uniforms on game day that can be ordered online.
Skyline also offers an advanced SKILLS program, which is an additional training option for all players within this age group.DETAILED INFORMATION
Jr Select (Pre- Competitive) Program – U9 – U10
The Jr Select Program for U9 – U10 players is a pre-competitive program, designed to better prepare players for entrance into the Select (competitive) program. Our intent is to provide a competitive, but not exclusive environment for these developing players. Every player has the opportunity to play Jr Select on the most developmentally appropriate team as defined through player assessments. The Jr Select teams participate in Colorado Soccer Association Intermediate Leagues. Jr. Select teams play 8 games in an 8v8 format with a keeper. Each team will train two – three times a week for 75 minutes. One of those nights will be SKILLS training night with a professional trainer, who will conduct a session provided by Skyline, and the two other training sessions will be conducted by a volunteer coach. Games are played in a home & away setting against opposing non-Skyline and Skyline opponents (depending on teams in the division). All players wear Skyline uniforms on game day that can be ordered online. Some travel outside of the Denver and surrounding areas may be required for games.DETAILED INFORMATION
Recreational Program – U9 – U10
The Recreational rogram for U9 – U10 players is designed to continue the long tradition of Skyline’s fun training environment, while focusing on development in a social atmosphere. The Recreational program does not participate in the SKILLS training program that Jr. Select players do. Recreational teams practice 2-3 times a week with a volunteer coach, and play in the Colorado Soccer Association Recreational Leagues. Recreational teams play 8 games in an 8v8 format with a keeper. All games are played in a home & away setting against opposing non-Skyline and Skyline opponents (depending on teams in the division). All players wear Skyline recreational uniforms on game day that can be ordered online. Some travel outside of the Denver and surrounding areas may be required for games.DETAILED INFORMATION
Competitive Select Program – U11 – U18
The Competitive (Select) program is designed for players who are interested in playing at a higher level of competition and under the guidance of professional coaches and trainers. Skyline’s Competitive program focuses on individual development as well as collective team development, so each player and team reaches their full potential. The U11 – U18 Select teams participate in Colorado Soccer Association’s Advanced Leagues. All U11 – U18 teams will play in an 11v11 format with the possibility of playing 8v8 as well. Professional coaches and trainers follow an age appropriate curriculum that focuses on: technical, tactical, physical and psychological elements to meet guidelines as defined by Skyline’s player development plan. All players wear Skyline uniforms on game day that can be ordered online. Games are played in a home/away format and travel outside of Denver and surrounding areas may be required for games.DETAILED INFORMATION
Recreational Program – U11 – U18
The U11 – U18 Recreational program is designed to continue the long tradition of Skyline’s fun environment, while still focusing on development within a community atmosphere. The U11 – U18 Recreational teams participate in Colorado Soccer Association’s Recreational Leagues. All U11 teams play in a (8v8) format with keepers; U12 – U18 teams play in a (11v11) format with keepers in an 8 game season. Each team will train one – two times a week with a volunteer coach. All players wear Skyline recreational uniforms on game day that can be ordered online. Games are played in a home/away format and some travel outside of Denver and surrounding areas may be required for gamesDETAILED INFORMATION
Camps And Clinics
Skyline Soccer provides camps and clinics year ’round, which can supplement the teaching that you received from you coach. The proper camp or clinic will help the individual player develop the necessary technical skills and tactical vision to be successful at all levels of play. Whether it’s a summer camp, winter camp, indoor camp, or an in-season clinic, Skyline Soccer has a program to meet your needs no matter the age, gender, or skill level of your player.DETAILED INFORMATION
Summer Camps and Clinics
Skyline Soccer provides age-appropriate soccer camps for all ages, all summer long for all ages and all ability levels. We offer Recreational Day Camps, Advanced Soccer Camps, Summer SKILLS Clinics, and Summer Kick-Arounds as well as a Grasshopper and Munchkins program. We have created a healthy learning environment no matter age, skill, ability, and location. Summer camps are run by our club directors and staffed by professional coaches.
Winter Camps and Clinics
Winter programming provides players the opportunity to continue their development in the off-season. Opportunities are available for all ages and all ability levels. Winter programming is where players can really focus on technique and ball-skills in a FUN training environment. Skyline offers both indoor camps and outdoor camps as well as soccer leagues. All winter camps and clinics will be run by our directors and staffed by professional coaches.
In-Season Clinics and Programs
In-season programming is designed for the players craving more training and development during the season. Each outdoor season (Spring & Fall), Skyline offers camps and clinics for a variety of age, gender, and skill levels. Opportunities include SKILLS training for U6-U8, to SKILLS training for U9-U10. These programs are run by Skyline Directors and staffed by professional coaches and trainers.
International Program – U5 – U14
Skyline International is a program designed to reach underprivileged children who for economical, logistical or geographical reasons have been marginalized from organized soccer. Skyline believes that a family’s economic status should not automatically alienate a child from playing soccer. All teams will participate in Colorado Soccer Association’s recreational and/or advanced leagues depending on team placement. Each team depending on age, will train one – two times a week with a volunteer or assigned coach. Games are played in a home/away format and some travel outside of Denver and surrounding areas may be required for games.
Skyline International es un programa diseñado a alcanzar niños/niñas que por razones económicas, logísticas o geográficas han sido marginados de la oportunidad de jugar fútbol organizado. Skyline cree que el status económico de la familia no debería ser la razón por la cual un niño no pueda participar. Todos los equipos participan bajo Colorado Soccer Association y jugaran en divisiones recreacionales o competitivas dependiendo en el nivel de cada equipo. Cada equipo entrenara una o dos veces por semana con un entrenador voluntario. Los partidos serán jugados en la área metropolitana de Denver.DETAILED INFORMATION
TOPSoccer Program for Disabled Youth
TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a community organized and volunteer ran program that offers modified soccer for youth players with physical and mental disabilities. Our program is open to youth ages 4 – 21. We run fall and spring seasons, and our players meet once a week on Friday evenings for eight consecutive weeks. Each season costs $25. T-shirts are provided and included in the cost. The only additional equipment your player will need is shinguards; soccer cleats are optional but not required, and balls are provided for use at the field.DETAILED INFORMATION
Skyline’s annual fall tournament, the Skyline Cup, hosts over 1,000 players and over 80+ recreational teams playing in the U7 – U10 age groups!
The Skyline Cup takes place at the end of August each year (weather permitting). Each team will be given three games in one day with appropriate rest time given between each game. The teams will be split into gender specific/age specific groups, and random pairing within these groups will take place. No standings are kept. The fundamental purpose of the Skyline Cup is to get recreational teams several games in a fun atmosphere helping prepare them for the upcoming season.DETAILED INFORMATION
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