Pre-Travel Program

 WSC Pre-Travel Program

Pre-travel registration is open. Training begins Monday, 4/23 from 6:30pm to 7:30pm on field A7 at the Warwick Town Park, 117 Union Corner Rd.
The program is free but registration is required: Click Here to Register Now

The Warwick Soccer Club (WSC) Pre-Travel Program (PTP) is a bridge between the Recreational Program and the Travel Program. The program is open to talented and energetic boys and girls registered in REC that want to take their game to the next level and desire to play with others with a similar passion for developing their skills and their love of the game. The Pre-Travel Program is in addition to the player’s recreation team practices and games. PTP players will meet each Monday for an hour-long training session. The session will include a professional curriculum focusing on tactical skills and run by Forward Soccer trainers and any interested parents.
More info here: http://warwicksoccer.com/welcome/wsc-pre-travel-program/

WSC would like to form:
1) One new U10 girls team (born 2009) to start travel play in the fall 2018. The 2009 boys travel team is already in place – email me if you are interested in trying out for 2009 boys team.
2) Two new U9 teams (born 2010) for boys and girls to start travel play in the fall 2018.
3) Two new pre-travel teams (born 2011) for boys and girls to start travel play in the fall 2019.

WE NEED PARENT VOLUNTEERS TO MAKE THESE TEAMS HAPPEN. Please let me know if you can help coach or manage the team. Jon: Desrats.jon@bcg.com


The Warwick Soccer Club (WSC) Pre-Travel Program (PTP) is a bridge between the Recreational Program and the Travel Program. The program is free and open to all talented and energetic U7/U8 boys and girls that want to take their game to the next level and desire to play with others with a similar passion for developing their skills and their love of the game. The program seeks to create a positive learning atmosphere with an emphasis on the development of the player’s technical and tactical skills. Young players need a developmentally appropriate environment that will allow them to first cultivate and grow individual skills, confidence, and motivation. While the PTP functions in a competitive atmosphere, winning is not the foremost focus. With increased proficiency, players will have the ability to compete successfully at an early age as well at subsequent age levels as the team concept and competition gains increasing emphasis for the skilled player.

WSC Pre Travel ProgramThe PTP is the next stage in the development for those children who demonstrate a desire and an ability to be able to play soccer at an advanced level. It is an educational transition from recreational soccer to travel for players and parents. It is a great opportunity for those children who want to step up and commit themselves to learning and achieving more and have the opportunity to play with and against other kids of similar ability and mind-set.
The WSC believes that the pursuit of excellence in sports helps to develop maturity in children and young adults and that the experiences a player has

with the team shall be beneficial throughout his/her lifetime. Winning and competition are only part of the equation of a successful program or season. Winning is transient, but life skills learned on the field of play and in training sessions are enduring and last a lifetime. Good sportsmanship, physical fitness, goal setting, self-evaluation, problem solving, dealing with disappointment, developing a positive self-concept, and group loyalty are skills and ideals utilized long after a player’s career has ended.

WSC PTP goals:

  • To develop every interested player to their full potential.
  • To create a high level training environment.
  • To create a training program that will help develop exceptional soccer players.
  • To create a fun but focused environment
  • To develop foundation techniques and foot skills, ball control, trapping, dribbling, passing, and shooting, etc.
  • To develop basic tactical understanding and player movement, spacing, field awareness, ball movement, passing vs. dribbling, dribbling vs. passing, 1 v 1 battles, taking players on, etc.
  • To develop physical elements for soccer and coordination, flexibility, agility, and balance.
  • To have fun!

So, how does the program work?
The Pre-Travel Program is in addition to the player’s recreation team practices and games. PTP players will meet each Wednesday during the fall and spring for an hour-long training session. The session will include a professional curriculum focusing on tactical skills and run by WSC coaches. The program is free but registration is required.