The SFGA Juniors Goalkeeper Training Program provides the foundation for future success in the goal by teaching young keepers the proper techniques to save shots effectively and safely, all while building their enthusiasm for goalkeeping and having fun.
SFGA Advanced goalkeeping sessions emphasize:
- Perfecting technique on every style of save
- Refining catching technique
- Increasing diving power
- Improving agility
- Building strength
- Breeding competitiveness
Every aspect of the SFGA Advanced Goalkeeping Program mirrors the techniques, drills and exercises used at the collegiate and professional levels. Keepers coming out of this program will be prepared to succeed at the highest levels of the game.
what They’re Saying
There are no words to describe what an amazing Goalie Coach Brian Galvin is. Our son started with Brian 4 years ago wanting to play goalie for Team Boca. He started training with Brian during group and private sessions and the following year, he made the team. He has continued training with Brian for group and privates for 3 years. Brian not only teaches technical skills, he motivates him to improve and keeps the training fun. The camps he runs are fun for the goalies but they work hard. Because of Brian, he loves the game, and has a dream to play college soccer. We feel very fortunate to have Brian as our son’s Goalie Coach. We highly recommend him as a trainer.
Coach Brian Galvin is a great role model for young keepers and is able to bring out the best of every single player. My U11 son has gone from zero to getting praise from other team coaches in just under one year, and he is gaining self-confidence in this new role for him, little by little. Plus, Coach Brian is just a good guy overall, and that is one huge asset for us. We couldn’t be happier.
Brian is an enthusiastic coach and a positive role model both on and off the field. He is knowledgeable about the sport of soccer, he makes training challenging while providing a fun and encouraging environment. Our son is excited each and every time he trains with Brian and because of Brian’s training is developing as a player. What more could you ask for?