Week long camps in a positive, fun and dynamic environment which allows participants to improve their technical ability and tactical understanding of the game.
Soccer is Everything’s soccer academy is aimed at the dedicated and committed player who desires extra training outside of their team commitments. Focus is on individual technique and basic attacking/defending principles.
Sean Fleming can bring a wealth of World Cup and international coaching experience to your organization in an advisory capacity. Working with your board and technical team, he can assist in any aspect of your technical vision, including all facets of coach and player development.
Soccer Is Everything can provide customized training for individual teams to address all facets of the game, including defending, attacking, transition and set pieces.
Sean is one of the original members of the CSA Long Term Player Development committee and has established an effective, proven curriculum for all age groups (U4-U18), based on these development principles.
Sean Fleming and his team have successfully supported coach development and growth through sessions which heavily incorporate role-modelling, role-playing and mentorship. These seminars are aimed at optimizing the sporting experience for both coaches and players.
Coach Bimba has been working for Soccer Is Everything since the beginning! He has a wealth of playing experience within Alberta working all the way up to National Team and National title recognition at various different levels.
And how about that smile!
Coach Kaze is a License A coach from the African Football Confederation (CAF) and the German Soccer Federation (DFB) currently working as a part of the FC Edmonton Academy coaching staff. His years of experience in different aspects of the game make him a great addition to our team.
We can’t wait to have players learn from Coach Kaze!
Julia currently teaches at St. Nicholas Junior High and is also an instructor for their soccer academy. She is a provincially B licensed coach who has worked as an Alberta Soccer Association Provincial coach, with FC Edmonton’s Regional Performance Centre, and a coach with the University of Alberta’s Junior Pandas Program.
Julia is a great addition to our team and her playing and coaching experience will be a great asset to players at our camps.
The Yukon Soccer Association has hired numerous coaches to travel and assist with our player development. Many coaches have come and collected their cheques showing no real interest Yukon soccer. This all changed when we hired Sean Fleming and his company Soccer Is Everything. Sean started to come to the Yukon in the late 1990’s and was instrumental in changing our programming. Soccer Is Everything brought with them a quality of coaching the Yukon had not seen and over the next many years helped reach a higher player and coach level of quality.
Sean and his company showed a genuine interest towards the administration, coaches and players of the Yukon Soccer Association that I believe still hold true and is hard to come by these days. Things have changed over the years but because of Sean and his company’s guidance a great foundation for the Yukon Soccer Association was built.
As club coaches we were looking for supplemental training for our group from a team-focused perspective, and not just the individual skills viewpoint most alternative camps emphasize. Sean sat down with us prior to camp to discuss options and to generate a camp training plan based on our input and suggestions. Sean actively encouraged us as coaches to run session under his mentorship, which was invaluable to our own development. The feedback from our players was very positive and our team definitely benefited as demonstrated in their performance and development on the pitch.
The quality and qualifications of the staff was second to none. What separates this camp, from any other that I am familiar with, is that it is a team development camp. Sean also provided the opportunity to mentor us as coaches during the sessions, if we wanted and that training was enormously valuable. We saw an improvement in results in league play immediately.
When I first met Sean to discuss the redesign of our community soccer program and the development of coaching guides to assist coaches it didn’t take me long to recognize that Sean gets it. Even through he has coached and had success at the highest levels, he understanding the grassroots of the game and the importance of having community based programs that allow kids to develop skill, gain self confidence and continue playing sport into their adult lives. Sean was a huge part of our program redesign and delivery that reached over 2500 young soccer players.
Having had the opportunity to work with Sean Fleming as a colleague, coach and consultant I can firmly say that his knowledge and enthusiasm for improving Canadian Soccer is relentless. His record in the game at the youth International level is unrivalled due to his understanding of our culture and landscape, which he utilizes to great effect to bring out the very best of the players, coaches and colleagues he works with.
It has been a pleasure to work with my good friend Sean Fleming for many years. As a team, I think we have helped to change the lives of many young men and women in a positive way.
In 17 years I have had the honour of working with Sean in programs that range from developing grassroots players and coaches to the qualification and representation of national teams at many international games and tournaments. Sean’s love for football, coupled with his excellent knowledge of education stand him in good stead in the world of player and coach development. Sean’s experience both on and off the field will no doubt be a benefit to any player, coach or organization looking to him for assistance.
As the goalie coach for two Canadian U17 Men’s World Cup teams, I enjoyed learning from Sean about how important developing a team philosophy really is.
We want to thank United Sport and Cycle for generously donating team tents and water jugs for us to use during the camps this summer.