The Recreational Soccer program is a "Fun First" soccer program that stresses basic soccer fundamentals. It is geared for younger kids who are looking to get started in the sport of soccer and for those who want to participate without the commitment and expense of competitive soccer. The program is also a great way to springboard into competitive soccer as your kids get older if you are looking for a more serious, advanced level of youth soccer. Our Rec program is a parent/volunteer led program. Our volunteer coaches are provided with weekly training curriculum and are supported by professional staff, to insure all teams are receiving developmentally appropriate instruction.
What is Super 8’s?
Super 8’s is a winter and summer program that serves as a bridge between recreational soccer and competitive soccer. This program allows young players to work with highly qualified NMTR (North Metro & Three Rivers) coaches that create a fun and impactful environment. This program focuses on the individual player's skill development rather than winning and losing.
Dates: Sundays; January 5 - March 22
(5:00 PM - 6:00 PM)
(6:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
What is Super 8’s?
Super 8’s is a winter and summer program that serves as a bridge between recreational soccer and competitive soccer. This program allows young players to work with highly qualified NMTR coaches that create a fun and impactful environment. This program focuses on the individual player's skill development rather than winning and losing.
Super 8’s is for players who:
Are born in 2012/2013 - if you are outside of these ages but are interested please, contact Brady Johnson (email@example.com
Have previous soccer experience
Enjoy playing the game
- Have the interest to play competitive soccer at U9/U10
To give players a head start when they enter U9’s
Learn fundamental skills with a ball
Develop a passion for the game and meet new teammates
Brady Johnson, Technical Director of Three Rivers. He has been at Three Rivers for four years, working with U9-U12. Brady played college soccer at Bethany Lutheran and coached the Three Rivers 2003 girls team that won a national championship this past year.
Molly Larson, Youth Director of Three Rivers. This is Molly’s third year with the club, and she is responsible for all U9-U10 teams at Three Rivers. Molly played for Anoka Ramsey CC and won a state soccer tournament with Rogers High School.
Sean Beggin, Technical Director of North Metro. Sean has been with North Metro Soccer Association (Three Rivers brother club) for +7 years. He is responsible for all U9-U10 players at North Metro. Sean played for Marquette College and has been the head coach of Champlin Park High School.