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Ann Arbor Meet The Reds

The Registration "Ann Arbor Meet The Reds" is not currently available.

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Ann Arbor

GIRLS / Thursday, May 16th
TIFFANY HANSEN Girls Technical Director and Michigan Women's Soccer Assistant Coach
BOYS / Thursday, May 23rd
JAMIE BLACK Ann Arbor Assistant Site Director

Time: 6:00-7:00 PM
Location: UofM Mitchell Field, 1900 Fuller Rd, Ann Arbor
Cost: FREE; advanced registration is required.
 
Registration opens May 3rd!

Boys & Girls recreational players are invited to FREE development training session with the Ann Arbor site. 

  • Meet the Ann Arbor coaching staff.
  • Learn about our relationship with the English Premier League's Liverpool Football Club, "The Liverpool Way," and the world-class curriculum that is used to train our players that is the same one used by Liverpool FC's Academy in England.
  • Participate in sessions learning same skills and techniques taught at The Academy in England.

LEE HUDSON  Site Director
hudson.lfcmi@gmail.com // (734) 276-6818

 

THE LIVERPOOL WAY

Liverpool Football Club is recognised around the world as one of an elite group of clubs with a true worldwide reputation. We pride ourselves in creating the best environment for the development of young players, both as footballers and as people.

We have a very special philosophy which is well known by our players, staff and fans, is recognised all over the world and sets us aside from other football clubs. The characteristics of playing 'The Liverpool Way' were no more evident than during the 2005 Champions League final. Team spirit, hard work, determination and the ability to overcome any obstacles in life and above all play with dignity and fair play.... these are all the values and characteristics we look for in our players.

For the last 50 years the club has been at the forefront of British and European football, winning numerous championships and European club tournaments. During this time, there has been a consistent tradition of developing top class players, particularly from the Liverpool Academy; Steven Gerrard is the ultimate example of a home-grown talent who ranks at the very top of the worldwide game.