NCE Soccer is gearing up to launch the Spring program in mid-May.
Our Spring program will inevitably face a delayed start – and given the extension of the current social distancing guidelines through to April 30 – we are now targeting a mid-May resumption.
This means our Spring season will be extended to accommodate the delayed start and the new proposed dates for each venue have now been uploaded to the website.
NCE Soccer founder John Curtis, said: “This has been a hugely testing time for everyone and the Coronavirus outbreak puts things into perspective for us all but, life will get back to normal and when it does we are ready to go.
“It has been frustrating but it has been necessary and we have been working with our venue partners to ensure that, when we are able, we can resume the COE and Zone 1 programs.
“We will have to follow official advice, and we may still need to be flexible as this is an ever changing scenario, but rest assured the NCE Soccer team will be ready to resume our program as soon as we are allowed.
“Our Spring program will now be extended to accommodate the delayed start and will run into late June, early July and we are aware that may encroach into summer holidays but we will do our best to work with you on that, by potentially providing additional access to sessions at other locations.
“If we are unable to run our regular 8-week spring program due to further restrictions, with continued school closures likely as a result, we will begin our summer programming earlier.
“This has been a difficult time for us all but, rest assured, we will get through it and the NCE Soccer team will be ready to resume our top class elite supplementary coaching program.
“In the meantime, I can see many of you have taken advantage of the partnership we established with TopTekkers and it’s been great to see you sharing your skills via our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages.
“Make sure you stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all very soon. In the meantime, we thank you for your patience and understanding.”
NCE Soccer will update the Spring schedule via the website when venues confirm dates but, please be aware, we are following official guidelines and these dates may be subject to change.
By registering for our Spring COE or Zone 1 program, and paying the registration fee, you are registering for 8 sessions in total.
If you have summer plans that mean you will not be able to attend the dates in late June/July, we are happy to coordinate make ups in advance at other locations earlier in the term.
For those wanting additional coaching, NCE Soccer students can enrolling at two centres, providing 16 sessions in total, with a 50% off discount on the second centre.