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2022 Fall and 2023 Spring Training Information

Starting in the Fall of 2022 the New Orleans Jesters Academy will also be available in Old Metairie with coaching development led by New Orleans Jesters Director of Coaching Kenny Farrell:

  • Ages: Boys and Girls born in 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013
  • Location: Metairie Baptist Church (across from St Catherine’s School)
  • Dates and Times: Players will train one day per week: 

Girls and Boys born in 2016 / 2015 – 3:30 PM  – 4:30 PM Monday

Boys born in 2014 /2013 / 2012 – 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Monday

  • The spring season is set to run from January 23 to April 24, 2023

Registration is $225 per semester / $75 per month

Spring payments: February, March, April


What is the New Orleans Jesters Soccer Academy?

The New Orleans Jesters Academy offers the very best soccer training for young soccer players who are looking to advance their abilities at a higher level within a dedicated professional environment.

 New Orleans Jesters soccer academy includes:

  • Professional soccer training
  • Weekly practices in Old Metairie
  • Fun and safe environment
  • Opportunities to play games and tournaments


What makes the New Orleans Jesters Youth Academy different?

At young ages teams are often successful through athleticism.The Jesters academy at these age groups is solely about developing players skill levels and comfortability with the soccer ball. The Jesters Youth Academy is fully committed to the individual development of the soccer player, competing in the correct manner, and encouraging creativity; therefore, maximizing the full soccer potential of the player. 


The Jesters Youth Academy is a nonprofit developmental program for girls and boys beginning at age 6. It is overseen by the New Orleans Jesters Coaching Staff. Players of all abilities are welcome.


Most organizations focus on winning games as a measure of success. The Jester’s focus is on the development of the player. The best developed athletes will win games when very young no matter what sport they play. However being a good athlete does not equate to being a good soccer player. The Jesters develop players so that they have all of the fundamentals needed to advance in soccer. That is the true measure of success.


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