Jr Program Options


Summer Calendar of Events- 
May 22nd - First training
May 29th - Off for Memorial Day

June 10/11th - PacNW Jamboree @ Starfire

June 12th - no training
June 14th - Summer program begins
July 3rd-9th - Off/no training
July 29/30th - WPFC Jamboree (end of summer program)
July 31st - day off
August 5th - PAC water park and picnic day
August 9th - Fall team assignments announced
August 19/20th - Eastside Jamboree
August 21st - Sept. 5th - Break for labor day and back to school

Fall Season - 
September - fall league starts weekend of September 10th
November 18/19th - Fall Festival @ Starfire
November 20th - January 16th - Winter break 


The PacNW Junior program is available for girls and boys born in 2009 and 2010.  Several options are outlined below.


Jr Program 2017-2018





Jr Program Overview

Pac NW places a high level of importance on the technical development of it’s youngest players. We recognize that this is where the future begins and consequently, our priority in the junior program is the development of each and every player that attends. 

The U8 & U9 Junior Program will serve as a development bridge between the financial and cultural variances between recreation and premier soccer, whilst providing the players, parents and guardians with an introduction into the professional coaching culture.



  • Address and meet the needs and demands for professional training at U8 – U9.
  • Create a high performance culture for liked minded players.
  • Meet the changing demands of the soccer landscape in WA.
  • Provide players and parents with opportunities for professional coaching.
  • Provide player development opportunities that are not currently on offer by the association or surrounding organizations.
  • Provide a road map for the overall development of the player on and off the field.
  • Increase participation within Pac NW.
  • Increased retention of player in Pac NW.
  • Increase brand awareness and appeal of Pac NW.



  • Increase technical competency and preparation in the following areas:
  • Balance, coordination and control.
  • Dribbling and ball control.
  • Skill development – Fakes and Moves.
  • Development of positive game behaviors – Creative, attacking players.
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