Ali Krieger is excited to launch her AKFC Adult soccer initiative this fall with the first clinic for adult soccer players. This two-day clinic will take place Nov 9-10 at the Ali Krieger Sports Complex in Dumfries, VA. AKFC welcomes women and men ages 19 and up, of all skill levels. Whether you play on a team now, did so 10 years ago, or have never played and want to learn -- join Ali for a little soccer and even more fun.
What to Expect At AKFC Adult
Learn...improve...have fun. AKFC will cap registration to allow Ali to engage intensively with each participant. 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 players to demonstrate and explain each activity before players split into stations (according to skill level).
After training Friday evening, you’ll enjoy Happy Hour with Ali, which will include beer and wine bar and food from 7-9pm at Matchbox. Everyone will get back together Saturday morning to put what you’ve learned to use as you take the field with Ali in a friendly scrimmage.
UPDATED SCHEDULE DUE TO WEATHER:
Nov 9 (after training)
Nov 10 from 8-10am (Co-ed)
Nov 10 from 6:30pm-9:00pm (Co-ed)
Note: A certified athletic trainer (ATC) will be on site during training.
Price includes two on-field sessions and happy hour (and all processing fees)
$175 Early bird (Must register Oct 8-22)
Note: A technical issue is causing the registration to ask for guardians for this event. Please enter your own info there again. Apologies for the inconvenience!
Participants will receive:
AKFC drawstring backpack
Selfie with 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 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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