REGISTER NOW FOR SPRING 2020: https://register.htgsports.net/default.aspx?id=8554
M3 GAMES ARE PLAYED AT THE MISSOURI SOCCER PARK ON STATE-OF-THE-ART TURF FIELDS!
Mid Missouri Micro
SPRING 2020 DATES: 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29, 4/5, 4/19, 4/26, 5/10. Saturday rain dates TBD. 8 GAMES PER TEAMS. TWO BLACKOUT DATES ALLOWED. COACHES WITH MULTIPLE TEAMS MAY HAVE OVERLAPS.
The goal of the Mid Missouri Micro (M3) player development league is to develop and foster the growth of players and community soccer programs throughout Central Missouri by offering fast-paced 3v3 and 5v5 games. The M3 caters to teams who are looking for excellent player development opportunities and may or may not be able to field a full-sided team.
ALL PLAYERS AND COACHES MUST HAVE COMPETITIVE OR RECREATIONAL CARDS. CARDS CAN BE PROVIDED TO TEAMS FOR AN ADDITIONAL COST.
M3 uses the CALENDAR YEAR FORMAT in all divisions. To calculate age: 2020 minus birth year = age for fall 2019 & spring 2020.
The objective is the same as the traditional game: to score goals, but in games with fewer players competing on a smaller sized field. Fewer players on a smaller field = more ball touches and more fun! Players develop the tools they need to become a better footballer and reach their full potential.
How is micro soccer beneficial to both experienced and inexperienced players?
It is difficult for players to “hide” in small-sided soccer; all players must attack and defend in order for their team to succeed. It’s all about the touches, opportunities, and creativity with the ball! Players are continually engaged in the game.
Small sided soccer is also an excellent entry into the sport as the games have fewer players competing on a smaller sized field. The games are fun and involve the players more because fewer players are sharing one ball. The game is the teacher and it is also a great way to rekindle that competitive spirit and spend time with your friends.
M3 offers more experience in all phases of the game. There is no hiding a weak or a dominant player hogging the ball. Every player has to participate in all facets of the game, attack and defend, and will grow skills and confidence as a result. The emphasis is on PLAYER DEVELOPMENT. Do not be taken in by those misguided rascals who constantly inform you that the only way young players will get better is to compete in highly stressful competitive tournament situations. Once you experience a season of the M3, the results will speak for themselves.