Director of Programming & Founder, Steve Freeman, to host 3-day BWP Grassroots Training Center...
Dates: Monday, August 17-Wednesday, August 19
Location: College Park, Union College
Fee: $90 per player
About Steve Freeman
Steve Freeman founded Black Watch Soccer Club in 1996, later to become Black Watch Premier (BWP). Freeman holds both the NSCAA Premier Diploma and the USSF National A License. Freeman has also been an associate national staff member with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) the past two summers. Steve has coached collegiately at Skidmore, Union and the College of Saint Rose, as well as scholastically at Christian Brothers Academy and Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk. Freeman's playing career made stops at Hartwick College and Siena College, as well as professionally with the Albany Alleycats. Steve currently is in his 17th year of teaching elementary education at the Guilderland Central School District.
The mission at Black Watch Premier Soccer Club is to create a soccer environment that offers professional coaching to develop players' technique and understanding of the game; committed members, both players and parents; talented youth soccer players and a regional/ national standard at which to compete. Through this mission, Black Watch will raise the standard of expectations for our youth players and staff, on and off the field. Black Watch Soccer will foster and develop our players into well-rounded, youth athletes that will have the opportunity to compete at a higher level.
** Late payments may lead to player suspension from competition and training.