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Soccer Development Academy

BHYSC Soccer Development Academy
Winter SDA Registration NOW OPEN!



Why play in the Soccer Development Academy (SDA)?

New Jersey is a hotbed of youth soccer development with numerous opportunities for children to play at a wide variety
of skill levels. The SDA program offers your child an early taste of the great sport of soccer. In our Soccer
Development Academy, children will learn the skills necessary to excel in soccer at any level in a fun and engaging way.

What is the SDA structure?

- Small-team/small-field play – small sided games mean LOTS of playing time and LOTS of touches on the ball,
essential for developing young players.
- United Soccer Academy provide professional trainers to ensure learning in a fun filled environment.
- A curriculum that teaches the fundamentals necessary for success in any level of soccer. Creative dribbling,
short passes, opportunistic shooting, and playing with both feet are the four main skills the SDA will focus on.


K & Pre K Soccer (Ages 3-5)

Each session is designed to promote coordination, movement, balance and most importantly fun, fun, fun! The K/Pre-K program promotes a love for the beautiful game in a safe and controlled environment.

Soccer players will learn the fundamentals of soccer through a program of structured activities and fun based games designed to stimulate a child's imagination and develop motor skills.

Berkeley Heights - This program is bought to you in partnership with BH Rec program on Saturday mornings during the Fall and Spring and further information and/or sign up can be found HERE.

Mountainside - This program is bought to you by Mountainside PAL and BHYSC on Monday afternoons - please see Mountainside SDA for further details and sign up through this site.

1st & 2nd Grade Soccer (Ages 6-8)

Players learn the principles of attacking, defending and passing, and will be encouraged to apply these skills into game scenarios.

All curricula creates an environment which allows players to develop and progress within the sport.

Please see the respective program pages for further details

What are the program requirements?
Players will need to buy their own soccer shoes, socks, and shin guards. All other equipment included.

For more information, please contact Mark Robertson at