KYSA BU12 Div. B Huskies

The BU12 Huskies is a team committed to playing better soccer & by doing so hopes to raise money to support the BC Children's Hospital Foundation and BC Cancer Foundation. We work hard to learn to play better. That makes a big difference. To us. To the world.

Organizer: Robert Kleemaier

Type Of Group: Sports

Location: Kelowna, BC


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The Group's Purpose

Concept: play better technical soccer = cash rewards for our cause(s). More passes. Strong fundamental skills. Great attitude. Focus. The better we play the more we earn & the more we learn. (Development not just winning).

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How to Help

We invite parents to reward our team when we achieve our developmental goals. It is as easy as a clicking the mouse and giving a small reward to the team’s cause.

Example: If we hit our passing goals during our games, reward us with a small donation; or if they demonstrate a 'Move of the Week" in a game, then reward them.

In addition, we also invite you to challenge your kids to set their own personal metrics, in order to foster a love for the game, build skills and increase personal pride. As a parent, one example would be to challenge your athlete to break his juggling metric. See the video clip above for ideas about how to go about taking part in the 1,000-touch challenge.

About the Organizers

Robert Kleemaier is a local coach with one year's experience with the Play Better approach to LTPD at the grassroots level. In the spring of 2015 he was supported by Tomas from Panama & three young Brazilians - Alex, Pedro & Yuri - who lent their energy & expertise to teach the boys to play the Beautiful Game. In the fall, Alex was joined by Makoto from Japan to help out.