U20 Team Registration

Players born in 1997

Training Information

Training in Physical Literacy (CSA Program)

Physical: training emphasizes an individual fitness program for maintenance and improvement.     However, work and recovery must be well monitored; systematic planning is critical to ensuring players healthy and performing to their potential.

Technical: training looks at further development of advanced techniques and skills, refinement of general skills and individual positional skills, and game related technical repetition under pressure.

Tactical: training is designed to stimulate a high degree of decision making, leadership, and game analysis skills. Players must be able to adjust game plans and adapt playing strategies to suit changing demands on the field.

Mental: training aims to increase concentration, leadership, discipline, accountability, goal setting, responsibility, self confidence, self motivation, will to win, mental toughness, and a competitive mentality.

(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)


The player’s physical, technical, tactical, and psychological qualities are now fully established, and the focus of training has shifted to optimization of performance.

They require additional tactical experience in high-pressure games to develop consistency. The focus is on the maximization of all capacities.

Players develop an established pre-practice and pre-game routine.

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

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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