Summer 2019 :: Goalkeeping Academy — Registration Open
The 8th Annual SUMMER GOALKEEPING ACADEMY at Lou Fusz is now open for registration. The program is designed for goalkeepers ready for intense, focused, small group training sessions. Each program has a 10:1 player to coach ratio. The Goalkeeping Academy at Lou Fusz has served over 1,000 goalkeepers in the St. Louis area since its inception in 2011.
Goalkeeping Director Franco Carotenuto holds the highest coaching and goalkeeping certification offered by the United States Soccer Federation, in addition to a successful collegiate and professional goalkeeping career. The GK Academy staff includes current and former collegiate goalkeepers and special guest visits from current and former pros. We have programs suitable for beginners all the way up to advanced players preparing for the HS or Collegiate seasons. The Goalkeeping Academy at Lou Fusz is the easy choice for your child’s development.
The program will consist of 9 sessions, each running one week (Mon-Thurs) from 9:00am-Noon each day. Goalkeepers will work on fundamental and advanced techniques, methodology and tactics, as well as, get an intense physical workout, all specifically designed for the position. Players will also participate in ‘chalkboard’ discussions, analyzing professional game footage and implementation of techniques. All sessions will be held on the synthetic turf fields of the Lou Fusz Soccer Complex in Creve Coeur.
- Each 4-day session is offered at the low cost of $170 per player.
- Players may sign up for multiple sessions throughout the summer.
- DISCOUNTS are available for Lou Fusz players, multiple camp registrations, siblings, and more…
- Buy 2 sessions and get the 3rd session half off!
NOTE: Our online registration system allows for one applicant PER email address. If registering multiple individuals, please use different email address per applicant. If unable to register, please contact Franco Carotenuto via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Franco Carotenuto, Tournament Director