Celtic Stars Soccer School
Baltimore Celtic is pleased to announce our 7-week spring program sessions geared toward young players learning the game and looking to improve their technical skills
We look forward to developing the next generation of Celtic players
- Skill Development:
Dribbling, 1v1 Attacking Moves, Passing, Receiving, Shooting, Small Sided Games
All four locations begin Monday, April 1, 2019 and run every Monday through May 13, 2019 from 6:00PM-7:00PM
CCBC Catonsville, Harford Community College, Archbishop Spalding School, McDonogh School (Boys Only)
Accepted for boys and girls, birth year – 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010. Registration fee $100.00 (covers 7-week program)
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Millar is also currently the Director of Soccer at Stevenson University, overseeing both the men’s and women’s soccer programs.
Kirschenbaum is currently the top Assistant Coach for the UMBC Women’s Soccer program. He has coached collegiately at the Division I and III levels, most recently as the top Assistant Coach at national power Virginia Wesleyan University.
Appleby is the Head Coach of Johns Hopkins University Men's Soccer overseeing a successful program since he arrived in 2008.
Passion, Energy, Execution, Personal Accountability
Everything we do starts with a passion for the game and a yearning to compete. We start every session with a positive attitude; accept that our attitude is a decision; and make no excuses for negativity. We also understand that proper preparation leads to execution. We train as we play and play as we train. We expect to out-work every opponent in every game; play intelligently; and execute efficiently. In order to achieve success, on and off the field, we must care more about TEAM than about self. The attitudes and choices made by any individual member reflect on his or her teammates, coaches, and the Celtic organization as a whole.
Expectations of The Club
- Develop an atmosphere of dominance
- Demand excellence
- Set the bar high and establish clear goals
- Communicate effectively
- Respect and care for players and staff
- Promote consistency in players and staff
- Produce elite players
- Develop young men and women of exceptional character