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CLUB DEVELOPMENT CENTER (CDC) Development Pathway
U9-U12 CDC 1 Season Start update
Practices will start the week of June 28
We had planned to distribute uniforms this coming weekend however we continue to receive registrations for these age groups and so have decided to postpone this to next weekend, to allow everyone the opportunity to pick up their uniform prior to the start of sessions.
We will send another communication early next week with the exact day and times. It will take place at Grier field, in the afternoon, either Saturday or Sunday, June 26 or June 27. We look forward to seeing you then !
STARTING THE WEEK OF MAY 10, 2021
Preseason schedule Boys and Girls registered in
U9-U10 CDC 2 and U11-U12 CDC 3
Please refer to this page for health and safety protocols related to covid-19 measures.
Club Development Center for U9 (2012) to U12 (2009)
All players between the ages of 4 and 12, affiliated with a club, are part of the CDC. The CDC is led by certified, qualified Technical staff.
All players have access to the same quality of coaching in the best possible learning/playing environment.
The CDC offers training frequency options that the player can select, depending on his/her desire; once, twice or three times per week for certain age groups.
THERE IS NO SELECTION FOR THESE ACTIVITES AND CHOICE IS BASED ON THE YOUNG PLAYER’S DESIRE TO TRAIN, LEARN, PLAY & HAVE FUN!
If you are looking for an activity that is generally similar to the activity your child participated in last season, the following information may be helpful:
For U9 and U10: You have the option of CDC 1 or CDC 2:
U9-U10 CDC 1
If your child played recreational soccer and you are looking for a similar experience, the CDC 1 option with 1 training and league games played in the club inter-league would be a similar experience. Please keep in mind that there is no selection (tryouts) therefore, if your child would like to train more than once per week, you can certainly choose the CDC 2 option described below.
U9-U10 CDC 2
If your child played competitive soccer and you are looking for a similar experience, the CDC 2 option with 2 trainings and participating in regional competition games would be a similar experience.
For U11 and U12, you have the option of 1, 2 or 3 trainings per week:
U11-U12 CDC 1 or CDC 2
If your child played recreational soccer and you are looking for a similar experience, the CDC 1 or CDC 2 option would be a similar experience with 1 or 2 trainings per week and regional local competition games. Again, there is no selection and you may certainly choose the CDC 3 option described below.
U11-U12 CDC 3
If your child played competitive soccer, CDC 3 would provide a similar experience, with a higher frequency of 3 trainings per week and regional competition games.
The season schedule will be posted closer to regular season start
F = Female M = Male
What is the Club Development Center (CDC)?
I CHOOSE PIERREFONDS SOCCER
For putting the player first.
For developing the complete player-person.
For the quality of its teaching environment.
For the commitment and knowledge of its coaches and educators.
For a positive experience.
For the fun and enjoyment of the game.
Pierrefonds Soccer Player Pathway
A Complete Education: The Holistic Approach
The Holistic approach is at the heart of all we do:
• Sport and physical
• Mental and intellectual
• Moral and character
• Social and emotional
• High level soccer (FSQ/CSA/PRO)
• Canadian and American scholarships
• Soccer for life (Play-Coach-Ref)