In partnership with Indialantic Youth Soccer Association (IYSA), World Cup Champion Ali Krieger is excited to bring AKFC to Brevard County, Florida on February 10 for two training sessions. Field players and goalkeepers of all levels are encouraged to sign up!
U.S. Women's National Team goalkeeper and Satellite Beach native Ashlyn Harris returns home to Brevard County, joining AKFC to lead goalkeeper training.
All AKFC participants will learn "The Warrior Way" - the mentality and core values that have helped Ali achieve success on and off the field.
We strongly believe all kids should enjoy sports and be excited participate, whether in training or on game day, and it is our goal to make sure every AKFC event achieves that balance between work and play.
What to Expect At Your Session
Each session will include a warm-up conducted by professional fitness trainers with safety and injury prevention in mind. For each skill, Ali will gather all field players to demonstrate and explain each activity before players split into stations (according to age and skill level) to learn from top youth coaches, along with Ali.
Each session will end with Ali and Ashlyn speaking to the group followed by Q&A session, photos with each participant. Players may bring items to be autographed.
Note: Parents and guardians are invited to participate in the Q&A and watch training, but will not be permitted on the field during instruction.
Session 1 Sunday, February 10 11:00am-1:00pm -- Ages 7-12 (Co-ed)
Session 2 Sunday, February 10 3:00pm-6:00pm: Ages 13-18 (Girls)
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Price Per Session (includes all processing fees)
Participants will receive:
AKFC drawstring backpack
Autographed photo of Ali
All players should:
Wear soccer or training clothing and shoes
Bring shin guards
Bring a filled water bottle (water will be available for refills)
About Ali Krieger:
Ali Krieger has extensive experience playing professionally in both Europe and the United States since 2007. One of the best defenders in the world, Ali won the 2015 Women's World Cup with the United States Women's National Team and is known for her 2011 penalty kick that lifted the US to an improbable 2011 WWC quarterfinal comeback win over Brazil. She became the first American to win the UEFA Women's Cup (now known as Women's Champions League) in 2008 when 1. FFC Frankfurt achieved the “treble” – 2008 Bundesliga Champions, 2008 Women’s DFB–Cup, and 2008 UEFA Cup Champions. She is a founding player of the National Women's Soccer League and has played for the Orlando Pride the last two seasons.
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