MVLA will launch a Parent-Child Program for 4 and 5 year old soccer players this Fall 2018 with Coach Kayley Sullivan. The Comets Program is open to our youngest players (born in 2013, and 2014) AND their parents. Parents are actively involved in the sessions- much to the delight of their children! Children will develop balance, coordination, and important social skills- and enjoy quality time with their parents and a soccer ball. So turn your devices off, wear your comfy athletic shoes, and come play with us!
- Open to boys and girls born in 2013-2014 (PreK/TK)
- Fall session starting September 15th through October 20th (6 weeks)
- Spring session starting March 30th through May 4th (registration available March 1st).
- Comets Program is offered Saturday mornings
- Recommended that players bring water & size 3 soccer ball*
- Wearing cleats and shinguards under soccer socks is encouraged.
- We will not hold make-up sessions.
- Parents- wear clothes & footwear you can play in!
- Ball optional, provided for use at session
About Coach Marianna Sullivan
Coach Marianna has been playing and coaching very young players for twenty years and has designed, staffed and run her programs for various clubs and training companies. She has coached ages 3-18, including ECNL teams and high school teams back in Virginia. She just moved to California last year and currently coaches the 2007 girls at MVLA. Marianna holds TOVO Academy Barcelona training certificate, NSCAA Premier Diploma, USSF C and National Youth Licenses.
About Coach Kayley Sullivan
Coach Kay has been coaching and teaching for ten years in Virginia, where she staffed and ran programs and camps for young players. A certified Early Childhood Educator, Coach Kay taught PreK with KIPP DC and coached with the Girl’s DA prior to moving to California this year. She joins MVLA as their Director of Community Programs, and acts as the Volunteer Assistant Coach with Stanford Women’s Soccer. Kayley holds TOVO Academy Barcelona training certificate, USSF D and National Youth Licenses.