Impact Academy and Soccer Schools launch new website
MONTREAL, Quebec - The Montreal Impact unveiled on Friday its new website for the Academy and Soccer Schools (SoSc).
With the Impact U16 and U18 teams set to make their debuts in the US Soccer Development Academy (USSDA), and with the launch of the Fall programming schedule for the Soccer Schools, the Montreal Impact now has a web 2.0 platform to better serve the needs of its development structure.
This website targets the club’s supporters and the general public looking to learn more about the Academy and the SoSc, but it is also available for players wishing to develop their skills and reach their full potential using the club’s programs.
On the new site, you will find all information related to the Impact U21 team, the U18 and the U16 teams, as well as all info on the players that make up the Academy.
Information on all training programs offered by the Impact SoSc will also be available, programs for players, coaches and clubs, as well as a multimedia component and improved purchasing options.
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The SoSc launches its Fall programming
Following a successful summer season, the Montreal Impact Soccer Schools continues to develop activities in order to offer a more complete fall session for players looking to perfect their technique and work habits, all while continuing to progress as players.
As was the case over the last few years, the SoSc will be in St-Laurent weekly at Vanier College or in St-Leonard at the Leonardo Da Vinci Sports Centre. New this year, the SoSc will also be in Beaconsfield in October at the West Island Club, in Laval at the Val-des-Arbres Sports Centre, as well as in Brossard at the Bell Sports Complex.
After a successful 2011 campaign, the specific clinics for forwards and goalkeepers will return on October 17.
For more information relating to the Fall programming, please visit AcademieImpactMontreal.com or call 514-328-3668.
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After joining Facebook at the beginning of 2011, the SoSc continues its attack on social media so that followers can always be up to date with its activities.