Small Group Training Resumes

Small Group Training Resumes

Small Group Training Resumes

January 31, 2022


LUFC's Small Group Training is ready to resume!  We will continue with our small group focused training with the following schedule that will run February 9 - April 1:

  • U7-U8 Skills Training on Fridays @ 4PM
  • U9-U10 Skills Training on Fridays @ 4:40PM
  • U11-U13 Skills Training on Thursdays @ 5:30PM
  • U14+ Skills Training on Wednesdays @ 6:30PM

As interest in our youth soccer programming continues to grow, we are happy to have secured the use of the Howards Grove Children's Center, located at 437 N Wisconsin Drive, for our U11-UI13 small group training sessions on Thursdays.  All other small group age groups will train from the KCU Fit Center in Sheboygan.

We launched Small Group Training in the spring of 2021 to give our players the opportunity for additional instruction and time on the ball in a small group setting (maximum 7 players to 1 coach).  These skill sessions are focused on individual ball work as well as 1v1 and 2v2 match ups.  It can be a great complement to a player's team and individual practice routine.

Small Group Training is set up to be flexible, allowing players to sign up and attend the sessions when their schedules allow.  But each training session does require a Training Card, which can be purchased at the link below.  Training cards can be shared between siblings, friends, and/or teammates.

Players are able to drop into any session that has availability as their schedules permit.  But to keep our Small Group Training sessions...small...we do encourage players to sign up in advance via Sign Up Genius.  This helps us maintain the desired player-to-coach ratio for these small group sessions.

To learn more about Small Group Training, order a Training Card, or to sign up for a training session, please visit:


Contact Us:

Contact Information

LUFC Club Administrator
PO Box 123
Sheboygan, WI 53082

Phone: (920) 207-1167

Nonprofit Status

LUFC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization