PRINCETON Futbol Club Youth Soccer Players Development Club

Program Information





Program Check-in Procedures:

  1. Players go to the registration desk to check-in
  2. Have temperature taken
  3. Turn in PFC COVID-19 Waiver
  4. Receive t-shirt on the first day (only on Day 1)
  5. Receive field assignment (field 1-6...) 

In Preparation for the Program Parents should:

  • Inform Princeton FC if they have traveled to one of the travel advisory states listed below during the last 14 days prior to the program's start date. We will explain the protocol you would need to follow if you have traveled to one of those states:
Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin

  • Fill and Sign the attached COVID-19 Waiver. The Waiver can also be found on our website - Click Here
  • Ensure child is healthy, check your child’s temperature daily
  • Limited or no carpooling
  • Stay in car or adhere to social distance requirements, based on state and local health requirements, wear a mask if outside your car
  • Ensure child’s clothing is washed after every training session
  • Ensure all equipment, cleats, ball, shin guards etc. are sanitized before and after every training
  • Notify club immediately if your child becomes ill for any reason
  • Do not assist coach with equipment before or after training
  • Be sure your child has necessary sanitizer with them at every training

Players should:

  • Take temperature daily
  • Bring their own ball if they wish (the club will provide a soccer ball if players want to use a PFC soccer ball)
  • Wash hands thoroughly before, during and after camp
  • Bring and use, hand sanitizer (hand sanitizers will also be available onsite) 
  • Wear mask before and immediately after camp
  • Do not touch or share anyone else’s equipment, water, snack or bag
  • Practice social distancing when off the field, place bags and equipment at least 6 feet apart
  • Wash and sanitize all equipment before and after every session
  • No group celebrations, no high 5s, hugs, handshakes etc.
Coaches should:

  • Ensure the health and safety of the Athletes
  • Inquire how the athletes are feeling, send them home should you believe they act or look ill.
  • Follow all state and local health protocols
  • Coach is the only person to handle cones, pugg goals, etc.
  • Ensure social distancing per state or local health guidelines during breaks and when off the field
  • Always wear a face mask, maintain social distance requirements from players based on state and local health requirements
  • Clean and sanitize the equipment used during the day
  • Have fun, stay positive 

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PFC Junior Development Program Description

Age Groups: 
4 through 8 year old boys and girls.

Seasons: The program will be offered in the Fall, Winter and Spring.

Princeton FC's Junior Development Program was developed with young kids in mind who want to start to learn the game of soccer, develop important fundamental skills and have some fun playing the game.

When young players enjoy practice and games, they become motivated to get better. The JDP Program is under the direction of Stoyan Pumpalov, Princeton FCs Director of Programs and Head Professional and conducted with other PFC professional trainers and coaches. In this program, we know it is important to be patient and to be great educators. The most important responsibility of the trainers and coaches at this level is keeping the game fun and developing good foundation of basic technical skills and body coordination.

Our Junior Development Program is based on skill development via professional training as well as fun and small-sided games. Children will train and play with children of similar ages (i.e., 5 and 6 year olds together and 7 and 8 year olds together).
We will emphasize development on the following technical skills as well as expectations of how to play the game. We expect the children to progress well over time and for them to significantly advance in their competency on these skills.

Ball control - ability to control the ball with inside, outside, instep and sole of the foot. (both feet) Basic changes of directions: inside cut - outside cut - sole of the foot turn, basic change of speed using outside and inside of the foot.

Moves to beat an opponent - ability to use basic moves to beat the opponent 1 vs. 1

Passing - ability to make basic push pass (Both feet). Accuracy and pace.

Receiving - ability to trap the ball with inside of the foot and sole of the foot (soft touch with both feet) Introduce and challenge: receiving ball from the air.

Finishing - with inside of the foot, short distance, up to 10 yards away from the goal.

Teamwork - importance of working and partnering with other players when playing the game

Sportsmanship - importance of good sportsmanship. We will reinforce the virtues of team spirit, of being humble when winning and succeeding, remaining optimistic when losing and feeling falure...remembering its as important how we play the game as the result.

Junior Development Program



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P.O.Box 534 
Princeton, New Jersey 08542

Email Us: [email protected]
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