BLACK WATCH PREMIER BURLINGTON TEAM PROFILES


Black Watch Premier Burlington promotes character, insight, creativity, and integrity. The sport of soccer is all about teamwork, unity, commitment, and dedication.

Our goal is to build the best process that embodies the spirit and rhythm of the game combined with competition and cutting-edge preparation. 


BW players are required to pay a Registration Fee and a Team Account Fee. The registration fee covers all of the coaching and facilities fees for the Winter and Spring sessions. Sent directly to the “parent” Black Watch Soccer Club in Albany, the registration fee can be paid all at once up front or with a deposit and three installments. 

The team account fee varies by team and covers all of the Vermont Soccer League (VSL) games, referee fees, tournament fees and equipment.

Team account payments are managed locally and can be a one-time payment or broken down into two payments.

2018-19 WINTER/SPRING COED TEAM

U8 Coed (2011/2012)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Develop passion for soccer: a love for playing soccer, training, and the soccer environment. 

#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical aptitude and developing quality training habits.

#3 A key component will be developing a coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect and with the expectation that there is a disciplined training level of listening and learning to enhance the process of skill development (1st touch, striking a ball with both feet, passing surface, spatial awareness).

#4 Learning the rules of the game.

#5 Introduce the importance of teamwork.


Training Expectations: 1 training per week - Winter session: Miller Center, UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: Calahan Park, 7-10 matches for the year
Match Play: VSL League Play, Target United Cup, occasional friendly matches throughout the year. 
Winter/Spring Cost: $600 ($200 Deposit August 15, $125 Nov 1, $125, Jan 15th, $125 March 1)

Team Account: Range $50-$100 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Rob Dow, Ron McEachen

2018-19 WINTER/SPRING BOYS TEAMS

U10 Boys (2009/2010)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Develop a passion for soccer:  a love for soccer playing, training, and the soccer environment.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical execution, developing high level training habits, developing composure under pressure and learning tactical spatial awareness.
#3 A key component will also be developing a healthy coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect and communication with the expectation that there is a disciplined training level of listening, learning, and application to enhance the process of skill development (1st touch with both feet, striking a ball with both feet, passing surface, spatial awareness and executing turning in tight spaces. 
#4 Developing the importance of teamwork.


Training Expectations: 2-3 trainings per week - Winter session: Miller Center, UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: Calahan Park, 15 matches for the year
Match Play: VSL League Play, one tournament, Target United Cup, friendly matches throughout the year
Winter/Spring Cost: $895 ($250 Deposit August 15, $180 Nov 1, $180, Jan 15th, $180 March 1)
Team Account: Range $100-$150 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Keith Moore

U12 Boys (2007/2008)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Increased passion for competitive soccer which means a love and yearning to improve with the goal of being a ‘top footballer’ whether playing or training.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical mastery, spatial awareness, understand the rhythm passing game, expecting daily quality training habits and overall improvement throughout the year. 
#3 A key component will be establishing a coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect, communication, mentorship, and high level learning with the expectation that there is a disciplined training environment with focus on skill and more tactical development (1st touch under pressure, striking a ball with both feet, correct passing surfaces, keen spatial awareness, effective collective play both attacking and defensively, improve decision making off the ball).
#4 Developing the importance of teamwork.


Training Expectations: 2-3 trainings per week - Winter session: Miller Center, UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: Calahan Park, 15 matches for the year
Match Play: VSL League Play (all teams) one tournament (all teams), friendly matches throughout the year

Winter/Spring Cost: $1050 ($250 Deposit August 15, $215 Nov 1, $215 Jan 15th, $215 March 1)
Team Account: Range $150 (VSL games, 1 Tournament) - $250 (VSL games, 2 Tournaments, State Cup) 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Bob Day, Alfred Karam

U14 Boys (2005/2006)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Increased passion for competitive soccer which means a love and yearning to improve with the goal of being a ‘top footballer’ whether, playing or training.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical mastery, spatial awareness, understanding the rhythm passing game, expecting daily quality training habits and overall improvement throughout the year.
#3 A key component will be establishing a coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect, communication, mentorship, and high level learning with the expectation that there is a disciplined training environment with focus on skill and more tactical development (1st touch under pressure, striking a ball with both feet, correct passing surfaces, keen spatial awareness, effective collective play both attacking and defensively.


Training Expectations:  2-3 trainings per week - Winter session: Miller Center, UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: UVM, 15 matches for the year
Match Play: VSL League Play, occasional high level friendly matches throughout the year, 1 or 2 Tournaments, State Cup at discretion of the club
Winter/Spring Cost: $1250 ($250 Deposit August 15, $280 Nov 1, $280, Jan 15th, $280 March 1)
Team Account: Range $150 (VSL games, 1 Tournament) - $250 (VSL games, 2 Tournaments, State Cup) 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Ruben Resendes

U16 Boys (2003/2004)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Increased passion for competitive soccer which means a love and yearning to improve with the goal of being a ‘top footballer’ whether, playing or training.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical mastery, excellent spatial awareness, understanding of rhythm passing, expecting daily quality training habits and overall excellence throughout the year. 
#3 A key component will be establishing a coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect, communication, mentorship, and high level learning with the expectation that there is a disciplined training environment with focus on skill and more tactical development (1st touch under pressure, striking a ball with both feet, correct passing surfaces, keen spatial awareness, effective collective play both attacking and defensively.


Training Expectations: 2-3 trainings per week - Winter session: UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: UVM
Match Play: VSL League Play, occasional high level friendly matches throughout the year, 1 or 2 Tournaments, State Cup at discretion of the club.
Winter/Spring Cost: $1250 ($250 Deposit August 15, $280 Nov 1, $280, Jan 15th, $280 March 1)
Team Account: Range $200 (VSL games 2 Tournaments) - $300 (VSL games, 2 Tournaments, State Cup) 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Brad Agoos

U19 Boys (2000/01/02)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Passion for competitive soccer and preparation for the collegiate game. A love and yearning to be a ‘top footballer’ while playing, training, and the environment consistently at an elite level with the best playing standard in Vermont.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical mastery, excellent spatial awareness, mastery of the rhythm passing game, consistency delivering quality training habits and overall dedication and excellence throughout the year.
#3 A key component will be establishing a coach to player relationship rooted in respect, communication, mentorship, and high level learning with the expectation that there is always a disciplined training environment with focus on skill and more tactical development (1st touch under pressure, striking a ball with both feet, correct passing surfaces, keen spatial awareness, collective play both attacking and defensively and replication of a collegiate and professional soccer standard and expectation.


Training Expectations: 2-3 trainings per week (UVM)
Match Play: VSL League Play, 2-3 regional tournaments, high level friendly matches once a month during the off season.

Winter/Spring Cost: $1250 ($300 Deposit August 15, $300 Nov 1, $300, Jan 15th, $300 March 1)
Team Account: Range $200-300 (VSL games, 2-3 Tournaments) 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Keith Moore

2018-19 WINTER/SPRING GIRLS TEAMS

U10 Girls (2009/2010)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Develop a passion for soccer:  a love for soccer playing, training, and the soccer environment.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical execution, developing high level training habits, developing composure under pressure and learning tactical spatial awareness.
#3 A key component will also be developing a healthy coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect and communication with the expectation that there is a disciplined training level of listening, learning, and application to enhance the process of skill development (1st touch with both feet, striking a ball with both feet, passing surface, spatial awareness and executing turning in tight spaces. 
#4 Developing the importance of teamwork.


Training Expectations: 2-3 trainings per week - Winter session: Miller Center, UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: Calahan Park, 15 matches for the year
Match Play: VSL League Play, one tournament, Target United Cup, friendly matches throughout the year
Winter/Spring Cost: $895 ($250 Deposit August 15, $180 Nov 1, $180, Jan 15th, $180 March 1)
Team Account: Range $100-$150 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Brooke Jenkins

U12 Girls (2007/2008)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Increased passion for competitive soccer which means a love and yearning to improve with the goal of being a ‘top footballer’ whether playing or training.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical mastery, spatial awareness, understand the rhythm passing game, expecting daily quality training habits and overall improvement throughout the year. 
#3 A key component will be establishing a coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect, communication, mentorship, and high level learning with the expectation that there is a disciplined training environment with focus on skill and more tactical development (1st touch under pressure, striking a ball with both feet, correct passing surfaces, keen spatial awareness, effective collective play both attacking and defensively, improve decision making off the ball).
#4 Developing the importance of teamwork.


Training Expectations: 2-3 trainings per week - Winter session: Miller Center, UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: Calahan Park, 15 matches for the year
Match Play: VSL League Play (all teams) one tournament (all teams), friendly matches throughout the year

Winter/Spring Cost: $1050 ($250 Deposit August 15, $215 Nov 1, $215 Jan 15th, $215 March 1)
Team Account: Range $150 (VSL games, 1 Tournament) - $250 (VSL games, 2 Tournaments, State Cup)  
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Lauren Bernard

U14 Girls (2005/2006)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Increased passion for competitive soccer which means a love and yearning to improve with the goal of being a ‘top footballer’ whether, playing or training.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical mastery, spatial awareness, understanding the rhythm passing game, expecting daily quality training habits and overall improvement throughout the year.
#3 A key component will be establishing a coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect, communication, mentorship, and high level learning with the expectation that there is a disciplined training environment with focus on skill and more tactical development (1st touch under pressure, striking a ball with both feet, correct passing surfaces, keen spatial awareness, effective collective play both attacking and defensively.


Training Expectations:  2-3 trainings per week - Winter session: Miller Center, UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: UVM, 15 matches for the year
Match Play: VSL League Play, occasional high level friendly matches throughout the year, 1 or 2 Tournaments, State Cup at discretion of the club
Winter/Spring Cost: $1250 ($250 Deposit August 15, $280 Nov 1, $280, Jan 15th, $280 March 1)
Team Account: Range $150 (VSL games, 1 Tournament) - $250 (VSL games, 2 Tournaments, State Cup) 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Scott Bushweller, Brooke Jenkins

U16 Girls (2003/2004)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Increased passion for competitive soccer which means a love and yearning to improve with the goal of being a ‘top footballer’ whether, playing or training.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical mastery, excellent spatial awareness, understanding of rhythm passing, expecting daily quality training habits and overall excellence throughout the year. 
#3 A key component will be establishing a coach-to-player relationship rooted in respect, communication, mentorship, and high level learning with the expectation that there is a disciplined training environment with focus on skill and more tactical development (1st touch under pressure, striking a ball with both feet, correct passing surfaces, keen spatial awareness, effective collective play both attacking and defensively.


Training Expectations: 2-3 trainings per week - Winter session: UVM Indoor Turf; Spring session: UVM
Match Play: VSL League Play, occasional high level friendly matches throughout the year, 1 or 2 Tournaments, State Cup at discretion of the club.
Winter/Spring Cost: $1250 ($250 Deposit August 15, $280 Nov 1, $280, Jan 15th, $280 March 1)
Team Account: Range $200 (VSL games 2 Tournaments) - $300 (VSL games, 2 Tournaments, State Cup) 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Lauren Bernard

U19 Girls (2000/01/02)

Brief Program Philosophical Description:

#1 Passion for competitive soccer and preparation for the collegiate game. A love and yearning to be a ‘top footballer’ while playing, training, and the environment consistently at an elite level with the best playing standard in Vermont.
#2 Coaching emphasis will be on technical mastery, excellent spatial awareness, mastery of the rhythm passing game, consistency delivering quality training habits and overall dedication and excellence throughout the year.
#3 A key component will be establishing a coach to player relationship rooted in respect, communication, mentorship, and high level learning with the expectation that there is always a disciplined training environment with focus on skill and more tactical development (1st touch under pressure, striking a ball with both feet, correct passing surfaces, keen spatial awareness, collective play both attacking and defensively and replication of a collegiate and professional soccer standard and expectation.


Training Expectations: 2-3 trainings per week (UVM)
Match Play: VSL League Play, 2-3 regional tournaments, high level friendly matches once a month during the off season.

Winter/Spring Cost: $1250 ($300 Deposit August 15, $300 Nov 1, $300, Jan 15th, $300 March 1)
Team Account: Range $200-300 (VSL games, 2-3 Tournaments) 
Uniform: $147
Coaching Responsibility: Lauren Bernard, Alfred Karam