Valdosta Soccer Group - 3v3 Summer Soccer program

Valdosta Soccer Group
A National Championship Program
with 17
National 3v3 Championships

3v3 Updated


Kyle Neville
I lost a great player and friend.

Kyle Naville
6v6 Tournament & Fundraiser

April 11th at VHS stadium

Teams need to email me at
before April 4th.

Cost: is a donation for the Naville family, we are asking $20 per player, but any amount is appreciated.

Schedules: will be done the Thursday before April 11th.

All players must sign medical waivers before game. we will have them at sign in.

We will have 3 6v6 fields at VHS.

Concessions will be provided (all profits go to the Naville family.

Summer 3v3 Soccer
begins May 19th

Click on LOGO below to register.

Must Register Online

Why 3v3 Soccer?

What is it about 3v3 soccer that makes it such a great game?
From the Player's viewpoint....
  • Lots of action!!
  • Usually much higher scoring than "regular soccer"
  • Simple, straight forward game based on 2 and 3 man combinations.
  • No Offsides
  • Easy to form teams and organize friendlies... only need 6 or more players for a game
  • Can play 3v3 friendlies without adult intervention
 From the Coaches viewpoint
  • Good skills practice
  • Lots of touches
  • Develops quickness both of mind and body
  • No place to hide... a player on the field is actively defending or attacking at all times
  • No Offsides
  • Players develop tactical awareness and become skilled in 2 and 3 man combinations
  • Constant marking practice
  • Easy to organize teams and matches
  • Roster from full sided team can form four 3v3 teams for practice matches
  • Team can practice on smaller field. More places to practice/play
 From the Parents point of view
  • No Offsides
  • No Slide tackles
  • Smaller field for better view of entire match
 From the referees point of view
  • No Offsides
  • No Slide tackles
  • Smaller field
 From the Club Aministrators Point of view
  • Easier to form teams for all players that register - If 15 players register for an age group that plays 8 on a side, either some players don't get on a team or someone has to go out and find about 5 more players to have enough for 2 teams. With roster size of 4 to 6 for a 3v3 team, almost any number of registered players divides up evenly into teams with no players left out in the cold.
  • Easier to find coaches willing to take on the responsibility of dealing with 5 or 6 players/families rather than 14 to 16.
  • With more coaches involved (because of the smaller roster size) at younger ages, more coaches get started in the club to be candidates for coaching the larger teams as the children get older

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