In week six, our great coaches introduced “The Elastico” skill and fun drills you can do in your backyards!

This week, coach Felipe taught “The Elastico” skill. This skill is used by the most technical players around the world and it’s a great way to combine the use of the inside and the outside of the foot. A fun drill that worked on ball control and passing was also taught by Coach Lucas. Check it out on our social media pages and give it a try with one of your household members!

To increase your knowledge about the game, Coach Bernardo went over how transfers work in soccer. Find out about the Top 3 highest transfers in the history of soccer!

Thank you to all the players, parents, and supporters that have been supporting this Virtual Season. We will continue teaching new skills that will help all the players increasing their technique and love for the game!


This sixth  week of the virtual season, our coaches taught a variety of skills that players can work on by themselves:

  • Passing
  • “The Elastico”
  • Handling – Goalkeeper
  • Scooping – Goalkeeper

We will continue to focus on different drills that the players can practice on their own and that will improve their skills and knowledge about the game.

Challenge of the week

Phillis is the PWYS Week 6 Challenge Winner! She plays for the Midtown HS Girls Team and showed a great “Elastico” skill. Phillis will win a jersey, soccer ball, and a set of cones!

Thank you to everyone who submitted their videos!

We will post next week’s challenge this weekend. Follow our social media pages and stay tuned about our challenges!

Where can you find our Virtual Practices?

You can find it all on our Facebook and Instagram pages.

The practices will be streamed and posted on Facebook and Instagram every day so everyone can access them. The weekly challenge will also be posted there.

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