Texas Thunder SC appreciates your patience over the past year during this time of uncertainty. After Governor Abbott’s press conference yesterday, we are happy to announce the following updates:
Texas Thunder Club and Academy teams have resumed full practices on 6/1/2020.
Texas Thunder Skills classes have resumed starting on 4/27.
Texas Thunder SC will be following all CDC Guidelines and Governor Abbott’s executive order for all return to play protocol.
TEXAS THUNDER IS LOOKING FOR PLAYERS FOR THEIR ACADEMY TEAMS ...
U9 Boys (2012)
U9 Girls (2012)
SKILLS SESSIONS DATES:
NEW SKILLS CLASSES NOW REGISTERING
COST: $ 130
Tuesdays/Thursdays: PSA 1
April 27/May 27
Beginner 4-6 years old: 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Intermediate/Advanced: 4:30pm - 5:30pm
WELCOME TO Texas Thunder SC
Our philosophy at Texas Thunder is different than most other clubs. Every club is going to talk to you about player development, and that should be a major focus of every club. But let me ask you this, is player development all they are offering?
At Texas Thunder Soccer Club, we want to provide more. We want kids with multiple interests. Kids still need to be kids and have a chance to learn and enjoy other activities. Our coaches strive to not only produce better players, but also better people. We plan on using our training sessions to also teach life lessons. The things they will carry with them for the rest of their lives. We are concerned about their faith and their education. Teaching them to be a great player is important, but not as important as becoming a productive member of society. We talk to the kids about commitment, responsibility to others, keeping your obligations both on and off the pitch. Soccer can take them places, yet nothing will take them as far as a good education. We want to instill this in them.
Our coaches are more focused on growth than wins and losses. Winning is important, but learning to lose with dignity is just as important. If the team is improving and the kids are learning to play the right way, winning will become a byproduct of the work put in. They must also be having fun. Going undefeated but playing in fear of making mistakes is not fun. We all learn from errors. It’s how we respond to them that makes us winners. We believe in the acronym F.A.I.L.:
First Attempt In Learning.
We believe a team is a family and everyone is accountable to one another. We want them to attain their personal goals while working for the team. Chemistry and trust are just as important as individual development.
If you are looking for your child to grow as a person as well as a player, give us a shot. At Texas Thunder, it is about doing the right thing. In all walks of your life.