FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS DOYLE SOCCER SCHOOL?
Doyle Soccer School is a supplemental training program. We focus on individual skill development during Private, Semi Private, Small Group and Weekly training programs through the use of technical and tactical skill development activities and conditioned games. Doyle Soccer School participants typically play on a competitive or academy team and train with us during their spare time.
WHAT AGES AND SKILL LEVELS DO YOU WORK WITH?
We currently offer weekly programming for players born in 2014 or older. We work with players in elementary school, high school, post-secondary school and adults. We are proud to offer sessions for all skill levels (beginner, intermediate, school soccer, academy or competitive). We have players in our program who do not play on teams, who play on school soccer teams, house-league, competitive and academy teams.
WHAT ARE YOUR PRIVATE TRAINING SESSIONS LIKE?
Our Private training sessions typically focus on a technical skill based on the players needs. Through consultation with the player and/or parent, we deliver a session that focuses on improving the skill the player/parent has requested.
WHAT SHOULD WE BRING TO EACH SESSION?
Players should attend each session with water and in athletic attire, including shin pads and proper footwear. Some locations require the players to wear indoor soccer shoes. You will be advised if specific footwear is required. All training equipment, including soccer balls, will be provided.
HOW DO WE REGISTER FOR A DSS PROGRAM?
Registration can now be completed online using a credit card. Please click on the "Shop" section.
Alternatively, you can complete registration via email or telephone and payment can be made by etransfer, cheque (made payable to Doyle Soccer School) or cash.
Telephone - 4168888824
WHAT IS THE REFUND POLICY?
If you unregister 7 days or more prior to the first session, you will get a 100% refund, less a $50.00 administrative fee. After that timeframe, there will be no refund. We acknowledge that there can be medical exceptions. Any medical exceptions must require a written assessment from your family physician.
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