At DFC, we will develop a playing philosophy that relies heavily on technical execution in tight spaces and in pressure situations. Technical competence is essential to making our brand flourish - an aggressive passing and movement style of play that will overwhelm the opposition and be aesthetically pleasing to the eye. We believe that we’re in a fortunate position to have the best technical training accessible to our club at Sealy Soccer Factory and we intend to fully utilize it.
SSF has not only produced players that have dominated top youth leagues throughout the country, but also, youth national teams, collegiate D1 levels, and the professional ranks. Top male and female talent of all age levels have sworn by the training environment created on a daily basis. SSF’s production and success in the technical training industry is unmatched. Visit www.sealysoccerfactory.com for more info about their highly successful program.
Part of our philosophy is to develop the entire athlete. The modern game not only demands that players be technically proficient, but also for players to be physically capable of impacting a game. Adding in-house performance training to our curriculum will give our players an advantage and truly separate us from the rest. Our players will be fitter, stronger, faster and less likely to pick up injuries during the course of a season. Implementing this performance dynamic will build better overall athletes and help give us the edge when we compete. GrindMode link coming soon!
These sessions will give our players the chance to analyze games of world class players and teams in an environment where they can express and exchange ideas off the field of play. At DFC our coaches and players will forever be students of the game, always exploring opportunities to improve and gain an edge.
This is position-specific training where players can get meaningful reps to help them better understand and execute their roles and responsibilities within the game (eg. defenders working on heading or wingers working on 1v1’s and service into box). We are cognizant of the fact that this is not always covered sufficiently within a regular team practice, so we will periodically incorporate an additional training session to work on these areas.