Lincoln Rec Soccer World Cup Program

Get ready for an exciting program that closely resembles the traditional Recreational soccer season, while following all County, State, and Federal guidelines.

Working in partnership with the Lincoln Youth Soccer Club, we’ve created an awesome new program for Lincoln recreational players.

This 6-week program is for boys and girls at the recreational playing level who want to improve their skills, be part of a team, and compete against other teams...yes that is correct, we said compete against other teams!

It is going to be a ton of fun and we can't wait to get started!

How Will It Work

1 - Players are placed on coed training cohorts of 12 or less, group requests welcome.

  • Players remain in the same cohort for the full 6 weeks
  • Under Phase 1 (current phase), all sessions are socially distanced and non-contact

2 - Weeks 3 and 6 are World Cup Competition Nights!
Players are assigned to a set coed team (with players from their training cohort). Teams will represent a set country from around the world in a fun World Cup Competition, competing against players who will be representing other countries.

  • Under Phase 1 (current phase), Team cohorts will compete against other team cohorts in a variety of specially designed skills challenges, which we know the players will love!
    • This phase requires non-contact and socially distanced activities, and team cohorts compete against each other by skills challenges, versus contact games.
  • Under Phase 2, as County guidelines allow, Team cohorts will play 3v3 / 4v4, small-sided games, against other team cohorts.

Program Features

  • Fun, Engaging Training Curriculum.
  • VST Team Coach.
  • Set Teams (max 12 players).
  • 6 Sessions
    • 4 Training sessions
    • 2 Game Nights

Program Details

Program runs on Mondays. Sessions are divided by birth year, with our youngest players starting at 5:30 and our last session ending at 8:35. Please see the link below for details.






What health and safety policies do you have in place for this program given the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic? Please visit the following webpage to read about our COVID-19 Health and Safety Policy.

What happens if training groups are restricted to fewer than 12 players due to a change in the COVID-19 guidelines? The training cohort will be split in 2 and similar to traditional rec leagues, a parent volunteer from the team will be required to step in and assist.

What happens if the County goes back to a stay at home order? Although unlikely, if the county goes back to a full stay-at-home-mandate, sessions will be transferred to virtual training. Team cohorts will continue to train virtually with their team and coach.

What happens if my family is required to quarantine? Your family will receive a credit for 2-weeks of sessions.

What happens in a member of our team cohort gets COVID and potentially has contact with the group? If this happens the group will switch to online training for the next two sessions. If this coincides with a game night then the game night will be rescheduled for after the 2-week period.

"Having worked with the coaches from vision soccer training I have been extremely impressed. Not only do they possess the unique ability required to relate to children but they also demonstrate an extremely good knowledge base around the teaching of the technical and tactical aspects of the game."

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