Waxhaw Soccer Club, established in 1986, is proud to be associated with Waxhaw Athletic Association and the only Waxhaw Area Soccer Club member of NCYSA. We are a non-profit organization committed to developing the love of soccer within our players and our community.
Waxhaw Academy & Classic Parents,
Coach Imler & WXW Soccer are excited to offer an optional training program for our Waxhaw Youth Academy players only during the first half of UCPS Winter Break: December 18-21 hosted by Coach Erik Imler.
The mission of this opportunity is to pack as much technical content as possible before the holiday and encourage players to repeat what they've learned over the holiday and into January before the season begins again. We want players to commit to this training, which gives both coaches and players the opportunity to cover new technical material that we'd love facilitated if we had four and five practices a week.
Coach Erik and staff are looking forward to bringing a fast-paced, highly concentrated curriculum to Waxhaw.
Registration is now open. Click the link below to begin!
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NC Youth Soccer (which includes Waxhaw Soccer Club) Risk Management utilizes the US Center for SafeSport, recognized by the US Olympic Committee to provide documents and education to help our membership with incidents regarding sexual abuse of minors. Instructions and the link to the SafeSport training is included within the Risk Management Application. If you are a Board Member, Coach or Assistant Coach, you will be required to complete this course.
Actions to avoid:
It seems that there are far more actions to avoid, doesn’t it? It also seems strange that it’s so hard to simply cheer without ever getting frustrated or allowing your own competitive nature to get in the way of being supportive. Cheering and being a positive support to everyone typically lead to positive growth. Negativity and actions that we should avoid have far more serious implications.
Soccer should always be fun for both players and parents.