Fury FC Advanced Development Program (ADP)
The Advanced Development Program (U7-U9 ADP) is the transition stage between the recreational side of Fury FC and the travel side. This player-centric program offers our younger players the opportunity to be exposed to a more focused soccer environment that will enhance their skills and approach to the game.
The objective of Fury FC’s Advanced Development Program is to provide our youngest players with an environment that promotes learning, creative thinking, problem-solving, skill development, and love for the game in an age-appropriate soccer environment.
Our age-appropriate curriculum has been put in place to provide our players with the fundamental skills that they will need as they continue to develop. For this reason, our focus at these ages is to develop the individual and small group skills of our players.
Fury FC has spent a lot of time developing a player-centric philosophy and age group curriculum. All players, coaches, parents, and newcomers to the club are encouraged to read what Fury FC is all about and how we go about developing players, the club, and teams.
How It Works
- Program is led by paid, technical trainers accompanied by experienced coaches
- Program to run Fall/Spring and practice/technical plans will evolve over the soccer year
- Players will receive an additional, technical training focused practice that supplements their Recreation team practice
- Players will join their Recreation teams for games on Saturdays
Fury FC will hold a pre-season ADP parent meeting to set expectations for the program
- Schedule will include a technical practice (ADP Only), team practice, and game on Saturday
- In the event practices get rained out, we will look to reschedule the technical practice
- Communication is a major priority for the program and will be led by the coaches, supplemented by Fury FC Leadership
- Communication from the league will supplement the practice, game, and team communications from the coaches
- The communication cadence will be weekly, at a minimum, and will follow the following format:
- Monday communication to families to share practice plans and game time, field location, and jersey color for Saturdays
- Blue Sombrero will be the preferred channel for communications, but this can be supplemented via text if necessary