FC Alliance and The Field House at Amherst welcome Elite Soccer Training to Knoxville! Elite Soccer Training is based out of Chattanooga and offers supplemental soccer training to youth soccer players looking for something beyond team training. The program is run by one of the region’s most acclaimed coaches, Kris Ray, and touts former players in the SEC, ACC, Big Ten and other collegiate conferences. Ray’s clients have gone on to make state, regional, and national Olympic Development pools.
The program will cost $100 for eight weeks of elite training at The Field House at Amherst. FC Alliance highly recommends it to any player looking to step up his or her play to the next level. The first session will be held on Mondays from November 4 to December 23. Everything will be held on the turf in the climate-controlled confines of The Field House. Classes will be limited to 25 people.
Coach Kris Ray brings a wealth of experience to the table. He has played for 31 years and coached for 20. His coaching ability has landed him jobs at a long list of college camps, including Syracuse, Vanderbilt, Indiana, North Carolina and Duke. Former clients include FC Alliance’s Summer Lanter, Grace Stewart, Peyton Thomas and Teni Butler. Lanter was one of 27 players invited to tryout for the US Women’s U20 national team, while Thomas signed with Tennessee and Butler with Arkansas.
For more information on Elite Soccer Training, click here: http://www.elite-soccer-training.org/
For more information on the Knoxville Elite Soccer Training classes, contact FC Alliance's liason to the program: Filip Leander at firstname.lastname@example.org