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PRSC House League Academy

Our House League Academy program is designed for house league players who want to train with PRSC's professional coaches to improve their technical skills.  Players learn individual & team skills in a travel team environment without the travel team commitment. The focus is on ball mastery, speed of play, and speed/agility training.  The sessions are fast-paced and very active.  

Our top objectives for Academy include:

  • Teaching the technical, tactical, physical, and psychological components of the game.
  • Creating a fun and enjoyable learning environment.
  • Striving to help players reach their full potential and preparing them for the next stage of development.

We offer House League Academy Sessions in the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer. PRSC House League Academy is a great opportunity for house league players who are considering playing travel soccer.

All sessions are supervised and directed by Chris Caudill, PRSC's Director of Coaching, and Francisco "Pancho" Estrada, PRSC Travel Coach. 

At each session, players should have cleats (or turf shoes), shin guards, a soccer ball & a water bottle.

PRSC House League Academy Spring 2021 Session

Boys and Girls Born Between 2011-2014 

Eligible players: current House League players born between 2011-2014

Dates: Fridays April 23-May 21 (5 sessions)
Time: 4:30-5:30pm
Location:  Woodland Park, 1200 N. Western Ave., Park Ridge
* Meet at the Southeast field
Cost: $105

Registration link:


Essential details:

  • For each training session, player must have the following:

    • Face mask 

    • Hand sanitizer – use before and after training session

    • Soccer ball

    • Water bottle

    • Shin guards

    • Cleats

  • masks required except when drinking
  • only players and coaches allowed at the field
  • parents must conduct wellness checks prior to practice
  • coaches will conduct wellness checks at the beginning of practice
  • players and coaches must sanitize hands immediately prior to practice
  • For the full safety protocols, click here: