Nashville United Soccer Academy is for the player who is ready to take their development in this sport to the next level. Led by a highly experienced, professional NUSA coaching staff, your player will experience an increased volume of soccer in a focused, goal-oriented, competitive environment. Our competitive teams train 2x a week to further develop their technical skills and tactical understanding.
BOYS AND GIRLS U9-U12
Each Academy has an Academy Director and all coaches are licensed professionals. During training, players will be split into manageable groups with players who have similar technical skills and decision-making ability.
All our lower academies practice in Brentwood at Tower Park, Smith Park and Fellowship Bible Church.
The Lower Academies will play at least 1 local tournament per month during the Fall and Spring seasons. This equals 7 outdoor tournaments during the year. One tournament will be out of town during the Spring season.
Talented teams may play ‘up’ against older teams to challenge them.
Lower Academies will also play local friendlies, intra club games, may often have additional weekend training sessions and at least one weekend off per month.
During the winter months, Lower Academies participate in various indoor leagues and tournaments.
Lower Academy Cost
Registration Fee $240
Club Dues: $92 a month for 10 months.
Team Dues: are determined seasonally (referee costs, tournament costs, etc).
Total Kit Cost: $171-185
(cost varies based on sizing)
Players interested in joining our Academy can register anytime throughout the year.
Nashville United Soccer Academy coaches primarily use the “Guided Discovery” method of coaching for long term retention of information and to develop self-thinking players.
This method involves “guiding” players and letting them “discover” the learning objectives of a particular session. This style of coaching encourages the players to become more involved and take ownership and responsibility in understanding the reasons why they make decisions on the soccer pitch.
We want to develop “self-thinking players” capable of making their own decisions on the field with limited instruction from the coach.