Opportunity for Midcoast children to play soccer year round
Northport — Robbie Krul of the Dutch Soccer Academy will begin an indoor soccer program in the Point Lookout gymnasium for students who wish to continue playing the sport through the winter.
The indoor soccer program will begin on Friday, Nov. 1 at Point Lookout. Classes will be on Fridays and Saturdays for children ages 3 and older.
“Initially we were going to wait until the Pitch (Penbay Indoor Turf & Community Hub) was ready before we began our programming," Krul said. "However, knowing how much of an advantage it is for the players that continue to play soccer once a week throughout the winter, we didn’t want to wait.”
“The goal of the program is to give players an opportunity to continue to work on their skills throughout the winter months in a fun-and-challenging atmosphere," Krul said.
Tuition for the program is $75 per session, plus a one-time registration fee of $15 per player, and includes a t-shirt. Each session consists of seven classes.
To learn more about the program, go online to dutchsocceracademy.com or email Tammy Krul at email@example.com.
The Kruls are co-directors of DSA and co-managers of the Pitch, a community sports complex being built on Route 90 in Warren.