FAQs

What does SULA mean?

Why should I choose SULA Soccer Training clinics?

Where are the clinics held?

How do I find a SULA clinic near me?

How do I get SULA Soccer Training to visit my city?

What do I bring to the SULA clinics?

Who do I make the check out to?

Where and when do I pay for the clinic?

Can I pay with cash?

What happens if the clinic is canceled?

What time should I arrive on the day of the clinic?

Is there a registration deadline?

Do you accept walk ins on the day of the clinic?

Does every player need a separate Liability Waiver and Registration Form?

How do teams register for a SULA Soccer Training clinic?

Is there a way for me to “Give Back” with SULA?

Do I need insurance to participate in the SULA Soccer Training clinic?

Are parents allowed to stay and watch the clinic?

What Does SULA mean?

SULA stands for “Sharing the Universal Language across America.”  SULA is a traveling soccer clinic used to share the passion of what the sport of soccer has brought to our lives as well as try to bring that to others. It was organized by Alena Thom and Samantha Brand.

Why should I choose SULA Soccer Training clinics?

SULA Clinics offer a unique environment for kids and aspiring soccer players.  We are current professional players who have played at the highest levels within the country and abroad. In addition, we are qualified coaches who have over 20 years combined experience: Individual training –> working with youth club teams –> coaching top NCAA Division I college programs. 

We recognize it’s important for players to dream and to dream big. By supporting SULA Soccer, you are supporting the longevity of professional soccer in America. 

We also promote Giving Back. Each player has the opportunity to be part of this by doing what they love, coming to a clinic and joining in the SULA Soccer experience.

Where are the clinics held?

Each Clinic is held in a different location. Please check with our Tour Cities to find a clinic near you.

How do I find a SULA clinic near me?

Please check with our Tour Cities to find a clinic near you. If you do not see one in your area, but would like to have SULA come and do a clinic near you, please let us know!

If you have any other questions or concerns, just click here and ask away.

How do I get SULA Soccer Training to visit my city?

If you would like a SULA Soccer Training clinic to come to your city, please Contact Us.

What do I bring to the SULA clinics?

Who do I make the check out to?

Make checks payable to SULA Soccer

Where and when do I pay for the clinic?

Bring cash or checks to the clinic. Make checks payable to SULA Soccer.

Can I pay with cash?

Yes

What happens if the clinic is canceled?

Hopefully this won’t happen. In the event that we do need to cancel, we will post an update on sulasoccer.com homepage, facebook, and twitter accounts. So, stay tuned…

What time should I arrive on the day of the clinic?

Please arrive 30 minutes before clinic for registration

Is there a registration deadline?

No, walk-ins are welcome. To save time, please fill out a clinic Registration Form/Liability Waiver.

Do you accept walk ins on the day of the clinic?

Of course, all walk-ins are welcome!

Does every player need a separate Liability Waiver and Registration Form?

Yes, each player must have their own Liability Waiver/Registration Form

How do teams register for a SULA Soccer Training clinic?

Please have a coach or manager Contact Us to talk about team registration.

Is there a way for me to “Give Back” with SULA?

If you have any ideas on how SULA can give back in your community, click here to let us know.

Do I need insurance to participate in the SULA Soccer Training clinic?

Each player must fill out their own Liability Waiver in order to participate in a SULA clinic.

Are parents allowed to stay and watch the clinic?

Yes, SULA welcomes all parents to stay and watch.

Register now for a soccer training clinic near you