U6 Timbit Boys


U6 - Indoor 2022/2023 Program Outline

For players born in 2017



Philosophy: "Me and My Ball"

We provide players the opportunity to develop basic movement and ball mastery skills in a FUN setting, built around informal play and positive reinforcement.

At this first stage of development, the emphasis is on:

  • Physical Literacy - Building players body control and developing ABCs (agility, balance, coordination & speed). Running, jumping, and landing are the focus.
  • Ball Mastery - Players develop a basic understanding of ball manipulation (dribbling, turning, throwing, catching, and striking).
  • FUN ACTIVITIES - Fostering a love for the game! Children at this age love to use their imagination when they play, so games are designed with this in mind. We aim to limit activities where players wait in lines to perform a pre-determined movement or required action.


Volunteer coaches run stations each week with assistance from technical coaches and at least three other parent volunteers. Coaches are required to submit a criminal record check (CRC) and complete Respect in Sport (RiS) online training. Additionally, at least one coach must complete Active Start or FUNdamentals coaching certification and complete the Making Ethical Decisions module. All certification costs are covered or reimbursed by SPDSA. Head coaches will receive a $100 credit toward their player's registration once all administrative tasks are completed and equipment is returned at the end of each season. (Only one head coach per team is eligible for the credit.)   

The best qualities of a U6 coach are:

  • Patience and good humour,
  • A willingness to see the world through a young person's eyes and,
  • The ability to accept that children's play may not look at all like soccer.

Only registered team officials and players are allowed on the field, benching area, and change rooms.

Technical Lead

All sessions will be overseen by a technical coach and assistants. Coaches receive age and stage appropriate session plans throughout the season.

Program Structure

Training sessions are built based on Canada Soccer and FIFA preferred training model encompassing: fundamental movement/coordination, soccer technique, 1v1/2v1 games, and small-sided games.

Each session is 55 minutes in length, split as shown below:

  1. Warm up activity focusing on fundamental movement/coordination (8-10 minutes),
  2. Two stations focusing on technique and 1v1/2v1 activities (10 minutes each) and,
  3. 3v3 games against another team (20-25 minutes).

Team 1


Warm Up

Technique Station


3v3 Game
Team 1 v Team 2

Team 2


Warm Up

1v1-2v1 station


3v3 Game
Team 1 v Team 2

Team 3


Warm Up

Technique Station


3v3 Game
Team 3 v Team 4


Team 4


Warm Up

1v1-2v1 station


3v3 Game
Team 3 v Team 4

The Season

The season is 15 weeks (15 sessions) long starting October 15 and ending February 11 (no sessions November 12, December 24 and 31). Regular sessions take place one day per week on Saturday mornings or early afternoons at Millennium Place; dates, days and times are tentative.

Registration and Fees

Early Bird: $250 until August 31.

Regular Rate: $275 until September 15.


Fees include uniform (jersey, shorts, socks). Players are required to have their own shin pads and indoor shoes.

*Please note registrations received after September 15th may be waitlisted depending on program availability.*


Register ONLINE


For more information click on the following link U6 Program Outline. 



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