Please contact the trainer directly to solicit his or her help. Once you have interviewed the trainer and agreed upon hiring that particular person, please send an email to Kelsey Borgeson. This way, we can keep track of which trainers are working with which teams.
The following is a list of professional trainers that are approved by the Club to engage in training activities. These coaches are approved based on their experience and working knowledge of the Mustang Soccer curriculum. These trainers are held accountable to the training regimen supplied by the Mustang Soccer Training Director and as a result, they are expected to ensure that our Division 3 teams receive the proper training according to the age specific guidelines.
A total budget item to hire a trainer would be about $2,325.
Training camp= $75/player. 5 days @ 2 hours per day.
12 trainings x $100 per 90 minute training = $1,200.
Budget Expenses for the D3 training program (U11 teams and older):
If you have questions about a particular trainer you may call them directly or call Fred Wilson at 925-759-6267.
These coaches are certified by Mustang in licensing, curriculum familiarity, and ability to train Division 3 players. Teams are strongly encouraged to use these trainers so that throughout the season we are able to fairly assess all players playing in the Division 3 program for the upcoming year.
List of Trainers available to Division 3 Coaches:
If you would like an outside trainer not on this list, inform the Club of who it is and make sure that the outside trainer is held to the same contract stipulations as the Mustang trainers. If you choose an outside trainer understand that they must be registered in the Mustang Soccer Club for liability purposes.
Exception: U9-U10 teams are assigned a trainer and are provided weekly training and a training camp as part of their League fees.
Additionally, these trainers will be held to the same contract amount for each team. The Division 3 training program will consist of 12 trainings that will span the months of August, September, and October, as well as the trainer observing 2 games over the course of the season. The trainer will also provide a one-week team camp to be scheduled by the trainer with the team. It is imperative that head coaches get the appropriate game schedules to the hired trainers so that trainers may make games.