Iowa PV Soccer Coach Andrew Piotter Holding Soccer Camp For Local Kids This Weekend
Quad City Strikers Soccer Club is excited to announce the opportunity for our players to attend training sessions with coach Andrew Piotter again this fall. Andrew will be offering a program developed to build each players confidence with the ball and love for the game. Through
targeted games and practices participants will not only increase their ability to manipulate the ball with their feet, they will also develop a positive relationship with the sport.
All skills will be broken down into small achievable tasks, and all children will be encouraged to practice the target skills in-between training sessions. In order for this program to be successful parents are encouraged to attend and participate. In order for skill development to occur it is critical that parents understand what is being taught and encourage the learning process with their children on a regular basis.
Who is Andrew Piotter? Andrew works for Genesis as a Physical Therapist and clinic supervisor. He loves combining his knowledge of sport-specific movement and rehabilitation with the beautiful game of soccer. Outside of his work as a PT Andrew has recently served as an
assistant varsity boys soccer coach at Pleasant Valley HS: home of the back-to-back 3A state champions!
Having worked with youth through varsity and college-level athletes, Andrew has seen players develop from the 4v4 and 7v7 field to the college ranks so he understands the importance of establishing a love for the game at an early age.
Finally, Andrew has 4 young children of his own. As you can imagine, working with young people and sharing his passion for soccer is something that comes naturally for our new coach!
When: Sunday evenings (specific time TBD) for birth year 2017-2015 boys and girls
August 21 and 28
September 11, 18, 25
October 2, 9
Where: Paul Norton Elementary School soccer fields
If you have any questions regarding this opportunity please contact Kathryn Kunkel at