Junior Program

PacNW places a high level of importance on the technical development of it’s youngest players. We recognize that this is where the future begins and consequently, our priority in the junior program is the development of each and every player that attends.

The U8 & U9 Junior Program will serve as a development bridge between the financial and cultural variances between recreation and premier soccer, whilst providing the players, parents and guardians with an introduction into the professional coaching culture.


  • Address and meet the needs and demands for professional training at U8 – U9.
  • Create a high performance culture for liked minded players.
  • Meet the changing demands of the soccer landscape in WA.
  • Provide players and parents with opportunities for professional coaching.
  • Provide player development opportunities that are not currently on offer by the association or surrounding organizations.
  • Provide a road map for the overall development of the player on and off the field.
  • Increase participation within PacNW.
  • Increased retention of player in PacNW.
  • Increase brand awareness and appeal of PacNW.


  • Increase technical competency and preparation in the following areas:
  • Balance, coordination and control.
  • Dribbling and ball control.
  • Skill development – Fakes and Moves.
  • Development of positive game behaviors – Creative, attacking players.

The PacNW Junior program is available for girls and boys. Several options are outlined below.

Updated April 26, 2018

  • If you registered in Affinity, you should receive a welcome email from the Club Registrar by Friday, April 27th. Note that the system will use the primary email address in Affinity as provided by each family.
  • The TCB – (Taking Care of Business) parent/player meeting will be on Saturday, May 5th @ Renton Christian School. The entire program and all the schedule details will be covered in detail during this meeting. Players should attend so uniform sizing can occur. Exact time will be announced via email soon.
  • Training will begin on Monday, May 21, practice time will be 5:15-6:30 on Mondays & Wednesdays on field 3.
  • Our first games will be a jamboree event as the first instance of our Summer Series on June 9 & 10.
  • The entire club will be off the week of July 2nd for the holiday.
  • Our second set of games in the Summer Series will be July 28 & 29 in Puyallup.


  • September: Fall League Starts
  • November: Fall Festival @ Starfire
  • November – January: Winter Break