The Forney Sports Center has an indoor soccer field that is (42'x74'). The smaller field format of 3v3 (NO goal keeper) gives players more touches on the ball, faster paced game and easier for coaches to give instruction, than on your larger indoor field. The small sided game prepares players to understand the game better so he/she can take what they learned on the smaller field to the larger outdoor environment.
The advantages of the small sided game are numerous...confidence is gained, skills improve, tactics are learned and excitement is back in the game. So come check us out! At FSC we offer youth and adult soccer leagues, field rental, private soccer lessons and training.
Please call FSC Soccer Director: Cindy Ell for more information 972-564-4333 EXT:2
FORNEY SC GIRLS ACADEMY
NTSSA SOCCER ACADEMY
A "Soccer Academy" is a group of Under 7 through Under 10 registered NTSSA
2001 GIRLS FORNEY SC COMPETITIVE TEAM "TRYOUTS"
JUNE 1ST any competitive roster-ed players may join in "OPEN PRACTICES" Tuesday/Thursday 6:00-7:30
FORNEY SC IS HOLDING TRYOUTS JULY 1, 2013 FOR U13 GIRLS TEAM TO PLAY FALL 2013
PLEASE CALL: Cindy Ell 972-564-4333 ex 2
2006 (U7) GIRLS ACADEMY (OPEN TRAINING)
'06 - MONDAY/THURSDAY - 6:00-7:15
2005 (U8) GIRLS ACADEMY (OPEN TRAINING)
'06/'05 - MONDAY/THURSDAY - 6:00-7:15
2004 (U9) GIRLS ACADEMY (OPEN TRAINING)
'04 - TUESDAY 6:00-7:30/THURSDAY - 7:15-8:30
Call FSC for any changes 972-564-4333 ex 2
NEW U4 SUMMER 2013 INSTRUCTIONAL INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE
6 GAMES PLUS (1) PRACTICE GAME
U5 - U18 BOYS /GIRLS SUMMER LEAGUE
8 GAMES PLUS PLAY-OFFS
North Texas State Soccer Association Age Chart
U16 - AUGUST 1996 - JULY 1997
DO YOU NEED TO KNOW WHAT PLAYERS NEED TO EAT BEFORE A GAME OR TOURNAMENT???
What to EAT!!!
Because glucose is the preferred energy source for most exercise, a pre-exercise meal should include foods that are high in carbohydrates and easy to digest. This includes foods such as pasta, fruits, breads, energy bars and drinks.
Planning is essential if you are competing in an all-day event, such as track meets or other tournaments. Consider the time of your event, the amount of your meal and the energy required. Also, be aware of the amount of fluid you consume. You should plan ahead and prepare meals and snacks that you have tried before and know will sit well with you. Do not experiment with something new on the event day.
Suggested Pre-Exercise Foods
Eating before exercise is something only the athlete can determine based upon experience, but some general guidelines include eating a solid meal 4 hours before exercise, a snack or a high carbohydrate energy drink 2 to 3 hours before exercise, and fluid replacement 1 hour before exercise.
1 hour or less before competition
· fresh fruit such as apples, watermelon, peaches, grapes, or oranges and/or
· Energy gels
· up to 1 1/2 cups of a sports drink.
2 to 3 hours before competition
· fresh fruits
· bread, bagels, pasta
3 to 4 hours before competition
· fresh fruit
· bread, bagels
· pasta with tomato sauce
· baked potatoes
· energy bar
· cereal with milk
· toast/bread with a bit of peanut butter, lean meat, or cheese
Sugar and Performance
If you are an endurance athlete, evidence suggests that eating some sugar (glucose) 35 to 40 minutes before an event may provide energy when your other energy stores have dropped to low levels. However, you should experiment with such strategies before competition because some people do not perform well after a blood glucose spike.
Foods to Avoid Before Exercise
Any foods with a lot of fat can be very difficult and slow to digest and remain in the stomach a long time. They also will pull blood into the stomach to aid in digestion, which can cause cramping and discomfort. Meats, doughnuts, fries, potato chips, and candy bars should be avoided in a pre-exercise meal.
Keep in mind that everyone is a bit different and what works for you may not work for you teammate or training partner. Factor in individual preferences and favorite foods, and an eating plan is a highly individualize thing.
FORNEY SPORTS CENTER
12950 FM 1641
HOURS OF OPERATION
Closed on Forney ISD bad weather days and major holidays.