Rec Soccer

19
Jan

BBQ Fundraiser

Sunday, January 24th from 3-5pm Edison High School $50 Family Pack  🍗 No on site sales 🍗 Pre-orders only What’s included: A full rack of ribs 1 lb of pork 1/2 lb of chicken Coleslaw Dirty rice Sign Up Here 👉🏼 www.fireduptohelp.org 👈🏼 Our Club will be holding a BBQ Fundraiser at Edison High School this Sunday! We have partnered with Fired

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14
Oct

LMVSC Announces: Partnering up with Soccer Parenting Association – Again!

The Lee Mount Vernon Sports Club is happy to announce the renewal of our partnership with Soccer Parenting Association’s: Soccer Parent Resource Center (SPRC). Please see letter below from the Founder of this well-respected and renowned association. Please also look out for an email from LMVSC with the membership login information so you can sign up for this amazing resource!

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29
May

LMVSC Announces New Position within their Club: Director of Youth Development Programs (DOYDP)

May 29, 2020 LMVSC Announces New Position within their Club: Director of Youth Development Programs (DOYDP) David Camara in Charge of Maintaining Direction and Initiatives for the LMVSC Developmental U4-U18 Soccer Programs Alexandria, VA – The Lee Mount Vernon Sports Club (LMVSC) is excited to welcome David Camara as the new Director of Youth Development Programs (DOYDP) starting July 1, 2020.

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14
May

LMVSC Announces New Position within their Club: Director of Recreation Soccer

LMVSC Announces New Position within their Club: Director of Recreation Soccer USSF ‘A’ Licensed Coach Vincent Vergamini in Charge of Maintaining Direction and Initiatives for the LMVSC Recreational Soccer Program   Alexandria, VA – The Lee Mount Vernon Sports Club (LMVSC) is excited to announce Vincent Vergamini as the new Director of Recreation starting July 1, 2020.  He will be responsible

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3
May

Distance Learning Center

The Distance Learning Center has been created and added to the LMVSC Website, with content and resources for players, parents, and coaches, relating to the technical, tactical, physical, and psychological components of the player development process. This new part of our website is currently being updated w ith new content on a weekly basis. Our latest update has been the addition

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21
Oct

LMVSC Announces: Partnership with The Soccer Parenting Association

LMVSC AND THE SOCCER PARENTING ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP PROVIDING SUPPORT AND EDUCATION TO YOUTH SOCCER PARENTS VIA THE SOCCERPARENTRESOURCECENTER.COM Alexandria, VA, October 21, 2019 – LMVSC and the Soccer Parenting Association today announce a partnership agreement by which all families associated with LMVSC will now receive free access to the educational content on the SoccerParentResourceCenter.com platform. The Soccer Parent Resource

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2
Oct

LMVSC VS Breast Cancer

Sign Up Here To Attend Sign Up Here to Volunteer The field will be open before the coaches game for youth players to participate in small sided free play games. Half time activities will include an Honor Walk for survivors, those currently in the battle, as well as to remember those who we have lost. If you would like to

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5
Sep

50th Anniversary Kickoff Lee District Grand Re-Opening

Join us as we kick off a year long celebration of our 50th Anniversary! Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Autographed Washington Spirit Soccer Ball Raffle Friday Night Lights Pick Up Soccer Games Juggling Contest Soccer Tennis Prizes Music SIGN UP HERE Concessions will be available for purchase

9
Aug

Player Development vs Winning

Regardless of the sport, competition helps in player development, especially when placed in the correct environment. There is an age old question which sometimes is lost during youth soccer, which is Development vs Winning. Although soccer is a competition, where score is being kept, it is important for us, as coaches and parents, to keep things in perspective based on

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9
Aug

Helping to Create a Safer Environment for our Players

The most important part of youth soccer isn’t winning or learning to play like Lionel Messi or Alex Morgan. But rather, to ensure that the players have fun, grow and develop in a safe & healthy soccer environment. One may ask, what does a safe/healthy soccer environment look like? This includes (but not limited too), ensuring that the field is

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