FREE TIP Training Clinics in Madison this Winter!
Fridays in December and January

FC Wisconsin will be hosting FREE TIP Training clinics for Madison girls U9 - U12 this winter.

The FC Wisconsin - Madison program is partnered with Verona Area Soccer Club to provide opportunity for Verona players and players throughout Madison!

Clinics will be held at Wright Middle School in Madison, (1717 Fish Hatchery Road), and are open to any player!  Clinics will be held on four Friday's in December and January for players U9 - U12:

  • December 8: 5:15 - 6:45 PM
  • January 12: 5:15 - 6:45 PM
  • January 19: 5:15 - 6:45 PM
  • January 26: 5:15 - 6:45 PM

To sign-up, fill out the registration form here!

Each clinic will focus on teaching skills, technique and general athletic movement using TIP Training methodology.  Clinics are staffed by the same coaches that train the club's top ECNL teams, and provide huge opportunity for individualized coaching within a fun and competitive environment.  Players will be grouped by age.

Contact us for more information on these clinics!

Come learn new skills, meet new players and coaches, and see a glimpse of what your soccer future can hold!

Individual, Small Group, and Specialty Training

The foundation of any great player is laid in hours and hours of individual training - training on their own, when no one is watching, to get the thousands of repetitions and touches that are required for true ball mastery.

FC Wisconsin coaches are available for individual or smll group training for players at all age groups, in all technical areas.  

To sign-up for an individual training session or a small group training session, please fill out a registration form available here.  After your registration is recieved, an FC Wisconsin staff member will contact you to schedule your sessions.

The FC Wisconsin philosophy on individual training is as follows:

  • Individual training with a coach is a supplement, not a substitute, to individual training without a coach.  
  • Individual training should involve thousands of touches per hour by the player - not thousands of words per hour from the coach.
  • Individual training should give players new ideas on how to train on their own, and expert feedback and technical correction on subtle points regarding body movement, mechanics, and soccer technique.
  • Individual training should motivate players to train more on their own and to move forward and do more without the need for constant oversight.  

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