YOUTH SOCCER CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS
2020 Locomotive Youth Soccer Club Program
Check out this summary of the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club's 1st season. Team pages, coach highlights, great photos and much more.
The 2020 Fall Season Program gives a review of the amazing launch of the youth teams under Locomotive FC and the wonderful times ahead for the Club. Enjoy!
The Locomotive Youth Soccer Club invites all players to join the "Keepey Ups" Challenge.
This Sunday afternoon, grab a ball and keep it up. Go for your world's record number of touches. See if you can hit the mark for your age group.
Tag us on your posts & stories
Show us those insane juggling tricks & skills!
Go for the high score in your age group. Send in to your team or post a video (and tag us) telling us how many touches you had - and showing us your juggling tricks.
Sunday, November 1st at 3:00pm
The Locomotive Youth Soccer Club is encouraging all players (and coaches!) to get out and go for a run!
Runners should maintain social distancing when around others and can run any distance they choose. Always be safe on the road and look for other runners - maybe someone else from the Club lives in your neighborhood!
Post your video/photo on Instagram and tag us!
The local El Paso league finished the Fall 2020 season - and Locomotive youth teams continued their success on the field. Bob Bigney, the Director of Youth Soccer for Locomotive FC, shared these thoughts. "I think we had a couple of weekends where our whole Club went undefeated in league games. All 16 teams. To be getting these results, at the end of the season, shows the way our teams have developed. Our coaches weren't concerned with game results back in August. They were focusing on how the players performed and how the team was playing together. That attention to development showed as all of our teams are now playing very good soccer."
With the local league finished for the season, Locomotive teams will wrap up the fall season with some post-season events and inter-club activities. Older teams will take a break during the HS season and younger teams will be eager to start training again in early 2021.
"Overall, it was a fantastic 1st season for the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club", continued Bigney. "We had a few challenging games in league play, the practice environment was excellent and our coaches did a great job in providing quality experiences for the players on their teams. And better things are coming in the future!"
Teams in the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club enjoyed another successful weekend of games in the local El Paso League.
Bob Bigney, the Director of Youth Soccer for Locomotive FC commented, "Our teams continue to put in excellent performances, both with their quality of play on the field - and with the way the players, coaches and spectators conduct themselves at games."
Locomotive teams, 16 teams in the U11 - U18 age groups, are setting the standard for how a youth soccer club should operate. Bigney continued, "it's great to see our coaches working together to meet the needs of all our players. The club philosophy that we are promoting really helps to provide a great environment for players to develop and enjoy success on & off the field."
Teams will play in local league games until the end of October. Several exciting events are planned for the end of the Fall 2020 season with teams participating in local tournaments, regional competitions, hosting several top teams/clubs in El Paso and playing against MLS Academy teams.
With the Paso Del Norte League taking a break over the Labor Day weekend, the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club can look back on the matches that have been played during the first 3 weekends of the local El Paso league.
Since the launch of the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club in April, coaches have developed their squads and organized the players on the fields for practices and games. In its inaugural year, the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club has formed 16 teams for boys in the u11 – u18 age groups.
“With all things considered, the start of the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club has really been amazing”, commented Bob Bigney, the Director of Youth Soccer for Locomotive FC. “We have been very fortunate to attract the coaches we have in the club. They have done a great job of managing their teams to start the season. Over time, our players will really benefit from the instruction and direction they receive from our coaching staff”.
The local league began games on August 15 and have completed 3 weekends of play. Over the past weekends, Locomotive teams have compiled the following results:
34 games played. 23 games won.
121 goals scored. 48 goals allowed.
Bigney continued, “With the season just getting started, and our teams just coming together, results are not the most important thing for our coaches & teams. We are developing a style of play and teaching the players how to play the game – it is a process and it takes time to develop. But the way our teams are playing right now is very promising for the future. In time, we will continue to get better and better.”
Locomotive teams will continue league play after the Labor Day Holiday. Teams have a regular practice schedule which provides development for all players in the Club. As Bob Bigney noted, “The practice environment we have created truly provides some wonderful developmental opportunities for our players and coaches. We are operating as a true youth soccer club, where coaches work together to provide the best opportunities for each player. We are seeing great results from this approach already – and the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club is just getting started!”
As the Youth Club Director, Bob Bigney brings vast experience to the oversight of the Club. Bigney holds his National A License and the National Youth License from US Soccer, where he also serves as a coach educator for the US Federation. In addition to coaching at the college & professional levels for 14 years, Bigney has worked as the Club Technical Director for several nationally recognized youth clubs and served as the State Director of Coaching in Oregon and New Mexico before coming on board with Locomotive FC.
Bob Bigney, the Director of Youth Soccer for El Paso Locomotive FC, proudly announced the youth teams that will represent Locomotive for the Fall season.
"While the team formation process was tricky this spring, we are thrilled with the squads we have put together and the coaches we have leading these teams. These Locomotive youth teams will compete in local, regional and national events and players will experience the connection to the Locomotive FC professional team."
"We are very proud of the 16 teams (u11 - u18) we have formed for boys this season - and look forward to launching the girl's side of the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club in the future."
Bob Bigney - Director, Youth Soccer. Locomotive FC
The Locomotive Youth Soccer Teams are currently preparing for the Fall 2020 season.
On Sunday, Aug 9, the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club conducted specialized training for the Club's goalkeepers in the u15, u16, u17 and u18 age groups.
Led by JC Garzon & Obed Hernandez, who serve as the GK Coaches for the Locomotive Youth Soccer Club, the Youth Club's goalkeepers were put through training activities to supplement their regular team training.
Stopping by to share some comments & watch the training was Locomotive FC goalkeeper Logan Ketterer.
Keeper Wars Champion - Rommel Tarrin, with Locomotive FC goalkeeper Logan Ketterer
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