Thunder Skills is back for Fall 2019!
The FC Thunder coaching staff has worked hard to create a new and improved Thunder Skills Program for all members of our club.
Thunder Skills will be offered to Rec, Academy, and Select players of all skill levels. This new Skills program will implement a curriculum with a focus on building and improving upon player's fundamental abilities. Coaching staff will develop player's basic abilities within each session through various drills and one player, one ball activities. Players will be challenged based on their individual ability within the session in order to optimize their training time in the Thunder Skills Program. We are happy to announce that Coach Phil Anderson will take over our Thunder Skills Sessions for the Fall season with the help of several of our coaching staff.
We can't wait to see your child improve their abilities this Fall!
*Thunder Skills can be in addition to our Rec league or as a stand alone.
Thunder Skills Only Registration: Click Here
Thunder Skills Schedule
Length: 10 weeks
Training Days: TBD
Jersey: Not included (Thunder Skills players wear the yellow training jersey below (black shorts, black socks).
Link to order uniform: Click Here
Please ignore the "START HERE" and scroll down to the required Yellow jersey.
Coach Phil was born and raised in Texas. After High School, Philip attended Schreiner University in Kerrville where he starred as a member of the Schreiner men's soccer team from 2008-12. Upon graduation in 2012 (Exercise Science), Phil served as the assistant coach for Schreiner Women's Soccer (2013-14), as well as, for the men's program (2015). He was the Schreiner Head Cross Country Coach since June of 2015, was named Assistant Coach for Track & Field for Schreiner August 2018 and a club soccer coach for the Hill Country Crush Academy for 7 years.
Philip has earned his USSF C License and this is his first year at Boerne Soccer Club.
Philip lives in Kerrville with his wife Brittany, who is a professor at Schreiner University.
Rec Skills Coordinator