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LCS Coaching Staff announce partnership with FGCU soccer to start Preseason training for their membership
On July 30th to August 5th, the Lee County Strikers Coaching Staff will be offering a unique opportunity for the LCS players and families: a week of preparation with the FGCU Men’s soccer team….

Lee County Strikers announce their new Technical
Directors of the Boys and Girls programs.
Please congratulate Felix Acosta and Andre Nesfield
who’ve just been named as the Technical Directors of
the Boys and Girls programs.

A Change is a Coming!
Director of Coaching and the Lee County Strikers Board Decide to Make Changes

An interview with our
Director of Coaching

An interview with our
Executive Director

An interview with our
Club President

At the Strikers, the game isn’t all about winning, but we have a set of core values and a club philosophy that are at the heart of everything that we do. Below we have documented these values and our philosophy so that you can become familiar with them and understand why we do things the way that we do them.

Goals and Vision

  1. To establish and maintain the highest level of coaching and player development
  2. To produce players commensurate with world class standards
  3. To adopt a game concept that facilitates player identification and selection

Club Culture, Core Values and Identity

  1. Respect the game, players, team values, officials, staff, parents and yourself
  2. Accept and embrace different cultures
  3. Understand the value of a strong work ethic
  4. Have humility
  5. Believe in yourself
  6. Be accountable to yourself and each other to create the appropriate training environment
  7. Accept that mistakes are part of the development process
  8. Diversity is strongly encouraged
  9. Accessibility to all, who wish to participate in soccer

Style of Play Within the Club

  1. Possession oriented with intent to break lines
  2. High tempo and attack minded. Advance the ball quickly in short sharp increments
  3. Creativity in the final third
  4. Multifaceted approach to attack (central overloads and combinations, combined with flank play)
  5. Capturing the ball as quickly as possible, but recognizing when protecting the goal takes precedence
  6. We will defend with the same level of enthusiasm as we attack
  7. Attack and defend as a cohesive unit

Define the Soccer Teaching Methodology

  1. Cognitive in nature. Appealing to fluid intelligence, in order to improve problem solving abilities
  2. Reality based and functionally specific
  3. Touches of the ball in meaningful situations to foster relevant skill application
  4. Training new skills on progressively more challenging levels.