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Stinger Pathway

(Ages 5-8 | Birth Years 2015-2018)

Zooming Stingers:  Born 2018/2017 and in Kindergarten or First Grade.

Mighty Stingers:  Born 2016/2015 and in Second or First Grade

*Players born in 2015 and in THIRD Grade must enter the United or Select Pathway


Our Stinger Pathway is where the love of soccer is cultivated with our youngest club family members.  A positive and fun introduction to soccer and the fundamental skills and knowledge of the game. This pathway begins a positive experience that will help build your child’s love of the game and self-esteem.  Children of all abilities welcome!  Full inclusion soccer.

Open to any player- regardless of school district!

Players will receive one hour practice per week at 3:23 Athletics.  Practices will focus on maximizing instruction and touches on the ball.  Zooming Stinger teams will play in-house games at 3:23 (indoor) and Mighty Stingers will have a limited rotating game schedule playing other local club-based Erie teams.

Player Uniform information will arrive in a separate email at a later date.

Zooming Stingers - Monday Practice : 4:30-5:30

Mighty Stingers - Monday Practice : 5:30-6:30

Rotating In-house games and some local games on weekends as scheduled.  (Normally Saturday mornings)

There will be no training Monday, December 25 or Monday, January 1. No games over Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Years/Easter Weekend

Cost: $350 payable monthly through online billing of $70/month.
All players will pay a $30 registration fee.
Uniform shirts will be $18
(Sibling discount of $10/month after first player)  Email emma@323athletics.com for code before adding payment information.

GSC Player Responsibilities

All players expected to follow these 6 standards:

  1. Be dedicated to becoming the best soccer player that your physical talents allow you to be.
  2. Be willing to work very hard while enjoying yourself.
  3. Be coachable. Listen to and implement your coach’s instructions quickly and effectively. Ask questions of the coach if the instructions are unclear.
  4. Be an unselfish team player who puts the team’s needs first, before your own. Your team will be more successful if all the players play together.
  5. Be committed to practicing on your own to help develop your soccer abilities. Ask your coach for extra material that you can do on your own at home.
  6. Be available to mentor younger players.
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