Our kids did an amazing job being mascots, ball boys and playing at half time. Go SU! Keep winning! We support you!
SSA is excited to announce the addition of Silver Knight Vittorio Petrera to our coaching staff. Vittorio will be handling the training and game coaching for our U12 boys team this year. We are pleased to have a coach who has played at all levels of soccer.
His trainings will include: speed and agility, ball mastery, and team tactics.
Welcome Coach Vittorio.
Register today for the Indoor Session 1 that runs from November 1st to January 31st. Log into your existing account or if you are a new member, please create an account and see the available programs to register for.
Don't forget our SSA Open House scheduled for Sunday, October 12th from 3pm to 7pm at the indoor center!
Come join us for the SSA Club Night at the SU Mens Soccer game on Friday October 10th. Game time is 7:00pm. SSA will have mascots, ball kids and we play on the field at half time. Come support SU as they take on Wake Forest. Admission is free.
We welcome any and all soccer players and parents. Come meet the coaches and staff, check out our indoor training facility, enjoy refreshments. We look forward to meeting you, whether you are a returning player or brand new.
Stop in and see us on Sunday, Oct 12th from 3-7pm at our indoor facility located at 333 Pulaski Street, Syracuse, NY 13204.
Congratulations to Mia and Alana Montreal for accepting scholarship offers to play soccer at Roberts Wesleyan College, in Rochester, NY!
Congratulations to Mia and Alana Montreal for accepting scholarship offers to play soccer at Roberts Wesleyan College, in Rochester, NY! Mia and Alana were recently invited to attend the Redhawk’s ID Camp and the Coaches were interested in recruiting both of them for the Fall of 2016, after only the first day of camp! Roberts Wesleyan Coach comments: “I want you to know how impressed I was with both of the girls. They stood out to all of our coaching staff for their play and more importantly to me, their attitude and character.”
Thank you SSA Coaches... for providing Mia and Alana with the tools, skills and knowledge that awarded them this wonderful opportunity! We wish Mia and Alana much success in all that they do! We trust they will proudly represent SSA on the Redhawk’s field! Go get’m Mia and Alana!!
SSA will be offering a skills training during the month of September. Coach Dave will be conducting each of the training sessions which will focus on footskills and ball control. Just download, print, and complete the attached forms and arrive Saturday 10 minutes before your session is scheduled. Shin guards and a ball are necessary and appropriate footwear.
The coaching assignments for the 2014-2015 soccer year have been determined.
Mighty Mites: Penny
Junior Academy U7-8 Coed: Dave, Noah and Paul
U9/10 Noah, Paul
U12 Vitorio, Fabian, Dave
U9/10 Noah, Paul
U11 Paul, Noah
The coaches are excited to get back into the training center and work with your sons and daughters. Players not involved in school ball, we will begin training October 1st and those playing for your schools good luck in your seasons and we look forward to your return after your season is complete.
Congratulations to the U17 SSA Sharks for winning the 2014 Brockport Tournament. They played extremely well and beat NYS West in the final 4-1. They showed great poise by letting in a goal in the first 20 seconds of the final, but then came back and put them away. Great job, boys!
This year we registered the boys to play in the U11 National Division of the Thruway League. The boys went 7-1 placing second in the league. Due to age restrictions in the league, we only had 11 players max per game. The only loss of the season came to GPS, whom won the division. However, we had also defeated them earlier in the season. The Predators and GPS Knights were tied at the end of the season in points, however, they had a goal differential of +2 better than ours. We are very proud of these boys. They scored a total of 27 goals and gave up 11, and had 2 shutouts!! Cannot wait to see what next year brings when they are able to play in their own age division! Keep working hard boys!!