P90 President Oral Bullen brings a stacked resume to his company (Photo by Rich Graesle).
Programs Being Held in New Jersey and New York
Planet90 Soccer officially announced on Tuesday that it will be hosting a Winter Training Program at Mary Help of Christians Academy in northern New Jersey, and the program will consist of two five-week training sessions. Additionally, Planet90 Soccer will partner with Mary Help to host an upcoming soccer tournament, and the company will again join the Cambria Heights Kickers Soccer Club of Southeast Queens this year for its 3rd Annual Soccer Tournament, hosted by the York College Men’s Soccer Program in Queens, New York.
“I am elated about the 2011 programs we have at Planet90 Soccer,” President Oral Bullen stated. “The Winter Training Programs will give the kids the chance to enhance their soccer skills as they prepare for their upcoming Spring Season. The camp will give kids the chance to make new friends, as well as work with professional soccer trainers.”
The Planet90 Soccer Winter Camp will be conducted every Monday during two five-week sessions, beginning on January 10th. The Planet90 Big Kids (Ages 7-12) will train from 7-8 p.m., while Planet90 Teens (Ages 13-17) will hit the turf from 8-9 p.m. Anyone interested in registering for the Planet90 Soccer Winter Camps can do so by clicking here.
Planet90 Soccer also confirmed on Monday a trio of upcoming indoor soccer tournaments in 2011, with the first being held on Saturday, January 8th, at York College in Queens, New York. The second competition will be conducted on Saturday, January 15th, at Mary Help of Christians Academy in North Haledon, while a third tournament will be run back at York College on Saturday, January 29th. Additional tournaments are expected for February, and that information will be released as soon as its details are confirmed.
“Tournaments are always a favorite in any sport, but I feel nothing compares to an indoor soccer tournament,” Bullen remarked. “The noise from the crowd after a goal is scored is amazing. The game time is shorter, so teams know they need to score fast in order to advance in the tournament. Every team wants to win the Gold Medal!”
All three tournaments are results of ongoing partnerships that Planet90 Soccer has developed since its creation in 2009. The competitions in Queens are in conjunction with the Cambria Heights Kickers Soccer Club of Southeast Queens and the York College Men’s Soccer Program, while Mary Help of Christians Academy also continues to be a strong ally for the company as evidenced in its upcoming tournament.
“All three programs put together a great tournament in 2010, and I look forward to the tournaments in 2011,” said Fritz Casimir, Director of Cambria Heights Kickers Soccer Club.
For more information on Planet90 Soccer, visit www.planet90soccer.com.