6-Week Summer Training Series

June 10 – July 26

Cost: $80

1-day per week of training for pre-travel and travel boys and girls.

1-day per week of small sided, pick up games.

  • Mon 5:00-6:00 pm – 2011/12 pre-travel training
  • Mon 6:15-7:30 pm – 2009/10 boys travel training
  • Tue 6:15-7:30 pm – 2009/10 & 2007/08 girls travel training
  • Wed 6:15-7:30 pm – 2007/08 boys travel training
  • Thu 6:15-7:30 pm – All ages small sided, pick up games

U13 Tryouts

Thanks to players and parents who braved last night’s weather to attend tryouts for 2007/08 boys travel soccer. Looking forward to the 2019/20 season and fielding two very solid teams!

Penn Quakers Host Quaker Elite (part 2)

Below are some more photos of the Tuesday, March 12 and Thursday March 14, 2019, training sessions at the University of Pennsylvania’s historic Franklin Field (the Eagles won the 1960 “NFL Championship Game” here defeating the Lombardi coached Green Bay Packers 17-13).  Despite the massive scale (the stadium holds about 53,000 people) and historic significance of Franklin Field, our players seemed unfazed.

After the training session, the Penn Quakers hosted the Quaker Elites for a Q&A session that won’t soon be forgotten!

A very big thanks again to the Penn Quaker Men’s Soccer coaching staff and players and also to Jeff Wiseman, Penn’s Civic Engagement Coordinator, for pulling this together and being such great hosts and for planning 2 days memorable days for our players!  Many, many thanks!

Penn Quakers Host Quaker Elite

On Tuesday, March 12 the University of Pennsylvania’s Men’s Soccer team hosted Quaker Elite Soccer Club at historic Franklin Field for a workout with Penn Quaker coaches and players. What a great experience for the boys who all said, “the coaches and players were really nice!!”.

A very big thank you to the Penn coaching staff and players and especially, Jeff Wiseman, Penn’s Civic Engagement Coordinator, for pulling this all together. This day will be long remembered by these boys! Thank you again!!!

P.S. looking forward to Thursday…

Historic Franklin Field