YPT's Academy Sessions Program has been designed to emulate age-appropriate training as it happens at the highest developmental levels in Europe.


To that end, training will be fun with the focus for this program being on areas such as: individual ball technique, movement and finesse, being dominant in the 1v1 and 1v2 situations, and the development of individual capacity within competitive small-sided games.


YPT's mission is to raise the level of training of America's young players.


Over the last 15 years, YPT has spent significant time at some of Europe's top professional youth academies for the sole purpose of observing the training and development of some fo the games brightest young stars.


YPT has friends and contacts at high profile clubs such as

- Manchester United [England],

- Club Brugge [Belgium]

- Real Madrid [Spain]

- 1860 Munich [Germany]

- Ajax of Amsterdam [Holland]

- SL Benfica [Portugal]

- PSV Eindhoven [Holland]

- Bayern Munich [Germany]

- Inter Milan [Italy]

...and others.

These trainers are responsible for developing Europe's most talented young players into full-time professionals. We use the contacts at these great clubs to bring the the most current and efficient training methods to the American player.

Youth professionals from Borussia Dortmund's [Germany] academy.

Next session:

WHEN: ongoing sessions: email us:

WHERE: various locations around Lancaster, PA

WHO: players born 2003 - 2005

COST: $20



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"He loved it and wants to come practice indoor with you, if you have the space."         

"Francis continues to seek out the attention to detail and form that you provide. Kudos - since he gets it no where else. "

"The little improvements that we had to make, like crisper passes or big getaway touches or checking to the ball and not the cone, were really helpful. I enjoyed the entire session.”

"Your training is top notch. Good interaction with the kids. You memorized names right away and made a connection with each one. The content was specific and exact. Progressions were timely and not too much was presented at once. If you did this on a regular basis there could be less explanation and more directed action. The kids I talked to really liked it and would like for you to come back.”