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Kemp Soccer Objective
This is a club neutral program with the objective to raise young ladies and gentlemen who really enjoy playing the sport. The main focus is on building confidence in life that will transfer over onto the field. The reward comes by being able to observe players develop their mind over time to perform when in training and in matches. We create a seriously fun environment where players are instructed, but then encouraged to apply the technique or idea in their own way with critique. The creativity is too often coached out of individuals and players are then turned into robots. With education and the future in mind, Kemp Soccer Development also assists student-athletes in pursuing opportunities both in and outside of soccer. The mission is to develop young ladies and gentlemen first, soccer players second. Players are pushed out of their comfort zone in every session to be able to reach their next level of potential.
About Will Kemp
Will Kemp, a South Jersey native, has been been involved in the beautiful game for over 25 years. Will has trained players of all ages and levels of play, including teams that have competed in England against Chelsea FC (Girls) Reading Football Club (Girls and Boys), Derby County Football Club (Boys), Bristol City (Girls), Aston Villa (Girls) and other professional academies. He has also worked alongside and learned from numerous pro level coaches across the world. Kemp also works year-round training goalkeepers.
Kemp's coaching philosophy is centered on fostering an environment that develops each player's soccer I.Q. while supporting them in finding their passion in life. He believes that players must trust themselves and have confidence at all times both on and off the field. Players must compete with themselves daily to become a better individual.
Kemp has trained U9 - U23 boys and girls from club, academy, and at the college level. Currently, he trains multiple Cohansey teams and is the head coach of their premier u16 Arsenal. Coaching the Arsenal boys has truly been his passion in action, a group he has developed since they began at u9.
Kemp played at A.P. Schalick High School in Pittsgrove, New Jersey before joining Kean University’s Men’s Soccer Program from 2008 to 2010. He then transferred to Rowan University and played for the Profs in his remaining two seasons of college soccer in 2011 and 2012.
Kemp is a licensed and certified coach with the USSF (United States Soccer Federation) and USC (United Soccer Coaches formerly NSCAA). Kemp is also a massive Arsenal supporter and counts Thierry Henry as a long time role model. Other major influences include Eric Thomas (motivational speaker) and Cory Gregory (Fitness) .
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