Get the right Soccer Education - 1:1 and small group lessons
Head coach and founder of Champions Soccer School Mark Calleja is highly educated professional
coach with over 15 full time years of coaching experience with youth and college players and is certified by the United States Soccer Federation.
Practice Session Process
Step by step skill development. Correct execution of the balance, connection and follow through positions of different skills.
Small exercises to develop learnt skills for game execution. First under no pressure and then adding difficulty to the exercises.
More complex exercises which involve game/positional tactics to understand how, when and where to execute skills.
Here is a video of coach Mark in a full lesson with an 11 year old player working on shooting skill. The video is totally unedited so you can really get to know the coaching techniques and set up of a training session
Education captures the essence on, a deep and sophisticated football ''education'', not merely ''training''.
Education values, concept over drills, guidance over correction. This modern method teaches players "How to" create and understand how to make correct solutions in games on their own by recognizing moments in the game.
Players must have excellent skills and understand how to play the game. Players must be able to solve soccer problems with the correct solutions. To do this, they need to execute skills correctly and have extensive knowledge of the way the game is played. Players are taught not only the skills required to play the game, but the intelligence to pick the right solution to the problems they face on the pitch.
Available 7 days a week for sessions
Schedule at your convenience
Marymoor Park Redmond, WA
Woodinville Fields Woodinville, WA
Robinswood Park Bellevue, WA
Nathan Hale HS, Seattle, WA
1:1 Lesson - 60 minutes
2:1 Lesson - 60 minutes
Two players in a lesson at one time with coach Mark
Match Evaluation - tactics & skills
1st half video eval with voice over coaching points
3:1 Lesson - 60 minutes
Three, no more than four in a lesson with coach Mark