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INICIADO Portuguese for Start, offers advanced soccer training for players 5 to 8 years old who want to prepare for competitive soccer. In the US, children this age are typically in a recreational program—a less-structured environment focused more on basic exercise and gameplay than skill development. We aim to give our players a head start by introducing fundamental techniques early. This program features year-round training, offering winter, spring, summer, and fall sessions. We welcome boys and girls of any and all skill levels. Players in our training program will have opportunities to be placed on teams competing in local and state-wide leagues. The program will be offered in Portland and Vancouver. setting.
We are Portland’s Premier Technical Soccer Training Development Program. Players that are selected via tryout, join one of the U7 to U19 teams and will participate in Oregon Youth Soccer sanctioned leagues.
The Training Academia's is open to all players 5 years and older. The Academia’s curriculum is designed to focus on developing the individual player's technical abilities and touch. It is also designed to develop confidence on the ball by teaching players how to maneuver in and around tight spaces under pressure.
Players have the opportunity to travel to Brazil and Europe to train with professional club teams such as Fluminense, Porto. Training with these teams exposes players to a faster paced game which accelerates their development. While in Brazil and Europe, players gain valuable life experiences on and off the pitch.
Players age 16 and over in ADF will get opportunities to suit up for friendlies and league games with ADF's top division men's IPS team. ADF IPS competes in The National Premier Soccer League is an American soccer league commonly recognized as being a fourth-tier league, although it has been given no official designation by U.S. Soccer. The NPSL is a semi-professional league, comprising some teams that have paid players and some that are entirely amateur. Ips also competes in the Greater Portland SOccer District and Oregon Premier League.