Johan Juniors Soccer Machines is divided into 3 programs: Little Machines, Club, and our Orange Machine teams. Explore our interactive Machine Pathway by clicking each of the 3 different programs to learn more about us.
7 yrs -19 yrs Old
3 yrs -9 yrs Old
10 yrs -19 yrs Old
This is where it all starts. To be accepted into the Little Machines, players must be at least 3 years old, able to follow directions, and behave in a learning environment. Little Machines is a training program that includes two 60 minute sessions per week all year round. Ball control, passing, receiving, shooting, body movements and small sided games are all part of our curriculum. All Little Machines sessions are held by our USSF and USC (NSCAA) Nationally Licensed Coaching Staff.
Orange Machine Teams
The Orange Machine teams are the most competitive program offered at Johan Juniors Soccer. Our teams are a year round commitment and compete in the league championship and various tournaments. These highly competitive teams are designedfor serious players who want to unlock their absolute maximum potential. Teams are formed by selecting players from within our Little Machines program starting at the Under-7 age group. Johan Juniors Soccer hosts annual open tryouts for its teams in each age group, or players can submit an application for a trial with the team anytime during the year.
An athletes development can be unpredictable; some players need more time to develop both physically and mentally. Since our Orange Machine teams are geared specifically for players performing at a higher level, understandably those teams are not for everybody. The best environment for a player is one that presents challenges that suits his/her capability. That is why we built the Johan Juniors Soccer Club Program. Our Club Program is designed to place the player in an environment that will challenge him/her according to their skill level after he/she outgrows the Little Machines program at the age of 10 years old. Through our network of clubs and coaches, we will set up a tryout so the player has an opportunity to join a team and continue playing the beautiful game in an environment that we know and trust.