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September 30: Practice Cancelled
Announcements: Gladiator Soccer Return to play
We are in phase one of return to play under the guidance of Ontario soccer. Please download the Return to play document and make sure to read phase one before attending practice!
Online - Monday - 5:00 PM -5:55 PM Time change
Indoor location: Phat Sportsplex 1300 Alness St Unit 3, Concord, ON L4K 2W6
Wednesday 6:30- 7:25PM 2014-2012
Wednesday 7:30- 8:25PM 2011- 2008
Friday 6:30- 7:25PM 2014 - 2012
Friday 7:30- 8:25PM 2011-2008
Sunday 1:00 PM -1:55PM 2014- 2012
Sunday 2:00 PM - 2:55 PM 2011 - 2008
please CLICK the link IN BOLD below to open a new window and join online session:
Meeting ID: 209 325 006
The Gladiator Difference
Full-Time Professional Coaches!!!!
Head coaches on each team are Full-Time staff. Like a professor at a top university, we spend every day researching the game. When new technologies or coaching methods come out, we are always first to hear about them and quickly integrate them into our environment. This way your child is always getting top-level education!
Practice is always fun and competitive!!!!
There is nothing in the world like our practice environment! We have been featured on world-leading coaching podcasts talking about our unique practice environment. We use game theory to get our players excited about coming to practice!
Building great people, not just great players!!!
We take a holistic approach to development. Through our unique environment, we teach our player's real-world skills like; confidence, accountability, leadership, and communication.
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"Young players need freedom of expression to develop as creative players... They should be encouraged to try new skills without fear of failure"