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Youth Soccer Clinic with University of Portland Athletes
Youth Soccer Clinic with University of Portland Athletes

Sat, Jul 20


Bloomington Park

Youth Soccer Clinic with University of Portland Athletes

Time & Location

Jul 20, 2024, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM PDT

Bloomington Park, SE Steele St & SE 100th Ave, Portland, OR 97266, USA

About the Event

  • Train with University of Portland Men's Soccer players Isaac Homer, Michael Hatcher, and more!
  • Improve skills and fundamentals
  • Friendly competitions & tournament-style scrimmages
  • Learn about collegiate athletics, recruitment, and the student-athlete life
  • Connect with college athletes through educational material on the athletic journey

Join us for a dynamic, all-inclusive, positive day of training and education, where you'll improve your skills under the guidance of talented Portland Soccer players. With our rotational program, participants are grouped by age and skill level where they will learn from each of our athletes, focusing on a specific skillset. We’ll conclude with a fun session of scrimmages and an educational portion on life as a student athlete and pursuing collegiate athletics. All skills levels welcome!

Boys & Girls, Ages 8-17. Participants are separated by age and skill level to form the appropriate training groups. Visit our FAQs below! 


  • Early Bird Clinic Admission

    Sale ends: Jul 15, 7:00 PM PDT
    Tax: +$2.38 Tax+$2.43 service fee



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“My son and his friends loved the clinic and we absolutely will be attending the next one... We've shared with our teammates and their parents how much he enjoyed the clinic and everything he got out of it. I'm sure many if not all of them will want to attend the next one.”

-Jennifer W.

(UCLA Clinic)

Soccer Game in Rain
  • What is Athlinics?
    We're more than a sports clinic — we're a nationwide bridge connecting youth athletes (as players) to college athletes (as coaches). At Athlinics, our mission is threefold: Improve, Develop, Educate. Our focus is on honing skills, fostering personal growth, and imparting valuable insights about the next step in the athletic journey.
  • What is the normal structure of a clinic?
    Our clinic model is well tested with continuous proven success. We run a rotational program where participants are divided into appropriate groups dependent on age and skill level. Each group will have the opportunity to work with each collegiate athlete/coach. With every rotation, a coach focuses on improving a specific skillset (ball handling, dribbling, finishing/shooting, defensive work, etc.). For the remainder of our clinic, we run a small session of scrimmages followed by our educational portion that includes group conversations with Q&A.
  • Are youth participants organized by age and skill level?
    Yes! We take into account each participant’s age and skill level to form smaller groups that are appropriate for each individual.
  • How many collegiate athletes/coaches are at the clinic?
    There is a minimum of 3 collegiate athletes/coaches. To ensure a strong coach to participant ratio, there can be up to 5 athletes (dependent on the number of participants).
  • What is the ratio of coach to participant?
    In order to maintain a meaningful experience, we target a strong coach to participant ratio of 1 to 9 (our maximum ratio is 1 to 16).
  • Are all skill levels welcome?
    Absolutely, all skills levels are welcome.
  • Is there a maximum number of participants?
    Yes, we frequently sell out our clinics in order to keep a strong coach to participant ratio.
  • Are parents welcome to watch the clinic or can they drop off and pick up?
    Either! Parents are welcome to watch the clinic or drop off and pick up.
  • Are there any requirements before the clinic?
    The only requirement is that a parent/guardian signs the liability waiver, as indicated in the sign up flow.
  • Can I follow you on social media (to view highlights from previous clinics)?
    Yes! Follow us @athlinicsofficial on Instagram to view highlights from our previous clinics.
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