Find Dribble Up coupon codes for soccer clubs or organizations that have players who use the smart ball for training. Some clubs use the ball for the whole team and others have players who train with it on their own to get ahead. You can check here for your club promo code - Size 4 | Size 5 .
You can enter your club’s name below to see if a dribble up coupon code exists for your club. You can also include your team name or coach to see if your team has a dribble up team account, that’s optional – not necessary.
So, for example, you could mention just your club “Southern Soccer Academy”. Or you could say “Southern Soccer Academy – U12 boys”.
Be sure to also include your email address in the field below it so we can send you your discount code.
Who Uses Dribble Up?
After most orders we have a conversation with the family to learn more about the player(s) who will be using the smart ball and the soccer club or organization(s) that they play for.
We’ve noticed several things that the players have in common.
1) Multiple Soccer Teams
Many of the youth players are playing on multiple teams. Whether it’s their high school team, club team, rec team, ODP team – many kids play for more than one team. Overall these players really love the game and just want to get in as many chances to play as possible.
Some players on the very top level teams that participate in the Development Academy ( DA ) or Elite Clubs National League ( ECNL ) only play for that one club but are very committed to their club’s intense training schedule.
2) Enjoy Skills Training
Another common thread is that these players can spend hours training away from team practice. It’s not just time specifically spent on foot skills, one dad said his daughter has a size 1 ball that’s always at her feet. As she’s brushing her teeth in the morning or evening she’s juggling or passing off the wall.
Another mom said her son just “plays soccer nonstop”. Of course it makes sense that these kids would enjoy the Dribble Up ball, they’re passionate about the game/training and the smart ball gives them another way to do that.
3) Ball Envy
Most families who come looking for a smart soccer ball have either used one or been told about one. Some folks start off looking for the Adidas miCoach smart ball and end up getting a Dribble Up because of the price difference but most of them either tried out or had DribbleUp specifically recommended to them by other players or by coaches.
For example, one dad said that a local college uses the the ball to help develop their players individually and someone on the coaching staff recommended it for his daughter.
We lent one of ours out to a friend and haven’t gotten it back yet. We’re hoping once they get their own smart ball it’ll show up again, it’s definitely addicting!
4) Supportive & Curious Parents
Often times parents who buy a smart ball are in some role of leadership within a soccer club. Whether it’s as a team manager, a coach, registrar, director of coaching, or technical director many times they’ll also have a kid in the club and they’re testing out the smart ball.
This is encouraging for those clubs because it shows that folks who have a role in the future of the club are interested in trying out new methods to help their players develop.
Dribble Up Clubs
Below is a map of all the soccer clubs or organizations who have players that are using the smart soccer ball. If your club isn’t represented and should be let us know. You can click on the soccer player icon to see more info about each club. One thing you’ll notice is that many of the clubs are in the Midwest where we’re located. There are teams on both the East Coast and West Coast but the Midwest is definitely ahead in the number of Dribble Up players.
Why are we interested in what players are using the ball and which clubs they play for? As we mentioned earlier it’s encouraging when club leaders are looking for new approaches to help develop their players.
However, we don’t think it’s solely the job of the club and coach to develop soccer players. Just like teachers in school hope and expect that parents will be involved in encouraging their kids to read and learn at home – coaches appreciate and expect when their players put in the work to get better outside of team training.
Setting an Example
Just the other night at the end of training we shared with our U12 players that we could tell which kids are doing work outside of practice. Those players are not only making themselves better technically but also making the team better because their better touch and comfort with the ball gives them more time to make tactical decisions. It also accelerates the learning process at training because they’re able to more easily pick up and execute the new skills we’re teaching.
We don’t think players need to rely only on their coach and club to help them improve. Clubs that have kids that are motivated to get better on their own help make those clubs better and to contribute towards creating a culture of hard work and development. That’s why we’re interested in which clubs have players using training tools like Dribble Up.
Here’s a list of clubs by region
- SC Waukesha
- Sun Prairie Soccer
- Nationals Tri-County
- Sporting Lees Summit
- Minneapolis United
- Sporting Springfield
- Lakeview High School
- St. Charles Youth Soccer
- Michigan WolveHawks
- Michigan Jags
- CUSA Crew
- Midland Soccer Club
- Vardar Soccer Club
- KC Scott Ghallager
- South Suburban Soccer Assn
- Piper Soccer Club
- Prior Lake Soccer Club
- South Carolina United FC
- Brevard SA
- Cape Coral Soccer Association
- United Futbol Academy
- Houston Dynamo Academy
- Southern Soccer Academy
- James Island Youth Soccer
- Howell Soccer Club
- East Hampton Soccer Club
- Western New York Flash Academy
- Global Premier Soccer Rhode Island
- Cedar Stars Academy
- Torpedoes Soccer Club
- Spokane Scotties
- Maple Valley Premier League
- Valley Center Hurricanes
- LA Galaxy South Bay
- Heat FC
- Inland Empire Surf Soccer Club