Overview of ADC Program

Where great coaches develop great players


Program Overview

ADC was specifically created to develop high-level soccer skills in our youngest soccer players. We know that our youngest players are in a vital time in their development, and that is why ADC delivers elite coaching, high-level skill development, and above all, a fun environment for our players to fall in love with the game.  Beginners to Advanced younger players will find a home in our ADC!


Three Programs of Play: Which Do I Choose?

Select Soccer: Players born 1999-2009

Select players will receive training that will prepare them to play at the highest levels youth soccer and beyond. FC Alliance has sent over 270 players to college since 2010, and they have all come through our select program.  Teams begin with the 2009 birth year.

Practices: Practices are held twice a week, and games are on the weekends.

Travel: Teams participate in tournaments throughout the season. High-level teams will travel occasionally, while younger and developing teams will play mostly local tournaments and games.  

Boys Elite Soccer League and Girls Elite Soccer League (Players born 2010-2011)

Designed for 2010 and 2011 birth years, these two programs provides a bridge to competitive soccer.  Players will be placed on a team with a licensed competitive soccer coach.  Each team will play in our very own league that focuses on skill and quality of play.

Practices: Practices are held twice a week and games are on Saturday mornings.

Travel: There is no travel for this program.  All games are played at Nicholas Ball Park.

Cost: $200 and includes a Dry-Fit game jersey

Challenge League: Players Born 2012-2014

This program is designed for 2012-2013 birth years.  Some 2014 players will be accepted based on readiness.  This program focuses on setting the basic foundations of skill and technical play.  Practices are fun, engaging, and geared towards preparing players for the Boys Elite Soccer League and Girls Elite Soccer League.

Practices: Practices are held once a week and games are on Saturday mornings.

Travel: There is no travel for this program.  All games are played at Nicholas Ball Park.

Cost: $55 and includes a game shirt


ADC Teaching Methods

The two directors, Taylor Kuhlman and Filip Leander, have a combined 25 plus years of experience coaching youth soccer. Between them they have placed players in college and professionally, coached at the highest levels of youth soccer, and have multiple USSF and NSCAA coaching licenses and diplomas. They have come together to create the teaching methods all coaches use in ADC. Here are some of the examples of what to expect:

The "ADC Practice Format for Developing High-Level Skill" is used in every practice to ensure great coaching.

Players are guided through the ADC Curriculum of soccer topics to ensure they receive the teaching they will need to compete at older ages.

The ADC Directors rotate through teams during the season overseeing practices and often leading teams’ practices.


DATES for 2017-2018

SELECT:  August 3 - November 19 / February 1- May 13

BESL & GESL:  August 28 - November 11 / February 26 - May 12

CHALLENGE: September 5 - November 4 / March  5 - May 5