U14 Team Registration

Players born in 2003

Training Information

Training in Physical Literacy (CSA Program)

Physical: Training further develops flexibility, correct warm-up and cool-down, agility, aerobic and anaerobic endurance, strength, balance, and core strength and stability.

Technical: Training emphasizes the refinement of core skills and position specific-skills, and advanced techniques and skills are introduced as appropriate.

Tactical: Instruction teaches decision making tactical awareness, game appreciation, game analysis, productivity, and competitive  Proficiency.

Mental: Training works to increase player concentration, responsibility, discipline, accountability, goal setting, self-confidence, self-motivation, will to win, mental toughness, and a competitive mentality in practice and games.

(A) Canlan Indoor Facility, 360 Wolfedaale Rd Mississauga
(B) Invader Sportsplex, 6765 Invader cres. Mississauga
(C) Hershey Gymnastic Facility, 5550 CherryPlace, Mississauga

Mon: 6-7:30pm @ Invader (B)
Tues: 3:30-5pm @ Canlan (A)
Wed: 3:30-5pm @ Canlan (A)
Thurs: 6-7:30pm @ Invader (B)
Sat: 1-2pm @ Canlan (A)
Sun: 6-7 @ Hershey (C)


Players are proficient at performing basic and soccer specific skills. Working to gain more game maturity as they learn to perform these skills under a variety of competitive conditions.

Fulfillment of each player’s potential depends on their own efforts, the support of teammates, and the unselfish guidance of the coach.

They must be exposed to quality playing and training environments which extend their mental, physical, tactical and technical capabilities to their limit. Players must have a sound understanding of soccer principles and concepts, and they should show emotional stability when confronted with pressure situations.

Players continue to learn about nutrition and proper diet (pre-game, post-game, ) prevention and care of injuries, and the importance of rest and recovery.

Players are taught the importance of being educated in the game.

The training to competition ratio between 5 to 12 for every game, and players should play regularly in highly competitive professional and international matches.

Soccer is the player’s only sport. Train 10.5 hours a week

When joining a team at PFC, players must commit to a skills assessment, which will take place over the first 3 practices of the season.

Players shouldn’t stress about being perfect on the first day – this is an assessment, not a tryout. To register for an assessment, please complete the form and we will provide you with everything you should do to prepare.

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