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Our experienced and professional coaches have both coaching expertise and scientific sporting knowledge from their college education and professional certifications. We explore and utilize new training methods and set high standards in coaching children and young adults. We use all resources available for your child to reach his or her full potential and become the best soccer player he or she can be.

In addition to providing an education in soccer, our coaches aim to prepare your child to step out into the world as a responsible young adults. We teach teamwork, problem solving, self-discipline and respect. We are attentive to the needs of our members and will always seek to improve the organization. We employ teaching methods in our training which guides the player towards problem solving, effective communication and critical analysis. We understand that not all players will become professional, however we are committed to providing the necessarry training to expose our players to professional training methods.

There is a very strong desire from families around the Midwest to be involved in a program dedicated to player development rather than the winning at all cost mentality. My wifes career brought me downstate and I have been involved with developing players that have gone on to play for professional academies and the US National team at the youth level. Last year I decided to start Power Soccer Academy USA downstate in the Mid Michigan area (Flint) Link Here. I assembled a group of players and added two fantastic Yoopers and we had a fantastic season.

 

ACADEMY NEWSFLASH

Only dedication gets you where you want to be. 
Shoot for the stars and dare to dream. Smallest club in Michigan breaks into top 3 in Michigan and 25 in Region 2.
Humility and Hunger. 

09/05/2017

Congratulations to our PSA down state team and amazing Coach Norman Power for huge success .
Our boys advanced in the group of 8 best teams in Michigan state.
We wish them best of luck in the State Cup competition. 
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05/09/2017

Great weekend of soccer in Appleton! We took home second in the U15 bracket. The kids left it all on the field. 
Both U11 and U15 teams took Tysen's #9 jersey onto the field with them, made a spot for it on the bench, had a moment of silence and took home a trophy for him! Forever a teammate! #PSA

"Success is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence and sellf confidence , intelligent planning, knowledge and experience."  S. Kostic

Congratulation to Norman Power and PSA 1999 boys .

The 6th  ranked team in Michigan

  

PSA PLAYER SELECTED FOR  MICHIGAN STATE TEAM !!!

Congratulation to  Mason Smith.    Way to go Mason .

 

 

About Marquette

Marquette was founded by Amos Harlow and his expedition leader Peter White. The city was originally named Worcester (pronounced WOOS ter; the “or” spoken like the “oo” in book), after Amos Harlow’s hometown, Worcester, Massachusetts. It is now named for the French explorer Jacques Marquette. Marquette has always been a shipping port for hematite ores and now enriched iron ore pellets from nearby mines and pelletizing plants. The city includes several small islands (principally Middle Island, Gull Island, Lover’s Island, Presque Isle Pt. Rocks, White Rocks, Ripley Rock, and Picnic Rocks) in Lake Superior. The Marquette Underwater Preserve lies immediately offshore. A regional medical center, Marquette General Hospital, serving much of the Upper Peninsula is located in the city. Marquette Mountain, used for skiing, is located in the city, as is the majority of the land of Marquette Branch Prison. Trowbridge Park (an unincorporated part of Marquette Township) is located to the west, and Marquette Township to the northwest of the city.

Marquette is home to the largest wooden dome in the world, the Superior Dome. Northern Michigan University owns the facility and holds its home football games there. The dome also hosts numerous private and public events which draw in thousands from around the region.The area in and around the city is the legendary home of the Marquette Monster, which is depicted at the top of the Old City Hall plaque.

South of the city, K.I. Sawyer AFB, was an important Air Force installation during the Cold War, host to B-52H bombers and KC-135 tankers of the Strategic Air Command, as well as a fighter interceptor squadron. The base closed in September 1995, and is now home to the county’s Sawyer International Airport. In 2004, President George W. Bush made a campaign stop in Marquette, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to visit Michigan’s 

References: Retreived from (https://downtownmarquette.org/history-of-downtown/)

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