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Current News from Blackwatch Premier Soccer Club

BWP and Lee County Strikers come together as one...

Fort Myers, FL-Black Watch Premier (BWP) and the Lee County Strikers, a long-standing youth soccer club in the Greater Fort Myers area, have come together to form BWP Lee County Strikers. The technical roll-out of the Club's operations will begin this Spring, and will roll right into the trial season in May of 2019.


Dubois joins BWP Burlington Technical Staff as Director of Coaching...

Burlington - BWP Burlington is excited to announce the new addition of Adrian Dubois to the technical staff. Dubois replaces Ruben Resendes as the Club's Director of Coaching. "We are ecstatic to have Adrian on board. He has history with the Club, and one of the greatest qualities I remember about him was his passion for the game and willingness to support others," stated BWP Director of Programming Steve Freeman. "Adrian will be an asset to the UVM program, BWP Burlington and the Burlington community at large."


Dr. Kyle R. Flik appointed as Team Physician for Blackwatch Premier Soccer Club.

BWP Albany is excited to announce our relationship with Dr. Kyle Flik and OrthoNY. Dr. Flik and his administrative team are open and willing to consult on any potential long-term injury sustained through play with the Club or outside. All Club members should feel welcome to connect and utilize this outstanding relationship between BWP Albany, Dr. Flik and OrthoNY.

KEACH'S CORNER...


Insights from Staff Guru, Ron McEachen, and other Black Watch coaches.

THE DANISH MAGICIAN

by Ron McEachen


STATE OF USA SOCCER

By Bob Day


8 TIPS FOR BWP PLAYERS

by Ron McEachen


LETTER TO COACHES

by Steve Freeman


OUR PHILOSOPHY


We believe at BWP Albany that the Club is the priority, and it is the Club’s priority to develop the player.  Therefore, we pride ourselves in being “player-centric” in our methodology and daily practices administratively.  The Club’s technical program tries to create a learning environment for its players.  Asking questions like...Why would you want to play the ball inside shoulder in that situation versus their feet?... Creating an environment where winning is not the priority at the developmental phases (U6-U14), yet understanding why and how to play successful, competitive soccer depending on the game’s situations. As we move players forward in their development, at the older ages (U15-U19), does winning become more of a priority and ultimately a measured outcome. Learning takes time with intervention along the way. We embrace failure and desire it through competition because it gives authentic information in which we create training environments.

 

Over the course of 23 years of operation, the Club has developed programming for youth of both genders, ages 6-23 years old. This programming is fluid and ever-changing, allowing the Club to meet the demands of the modern game of soccer.  Through technical review by our Club’s technical leadership team, ongoing professional development and daily experience in the soccer landscape, the entirety of the technical staff is constantly evaluating and re-evaluating Club best practices to enhance the overall training as well as match environments.




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At BWP Albany, our Technical Staff and Club Personnel collectively work together to provide a better overall experience and delivery of our services for all our members, the players and the families.


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