Soy Mr GomezTengo 8 años visitando a Barrio Alto.Siempre es de lo mejor.Excellent Personality and Service
1322 S Dairy Ashford RdHouston, TX 77077
From Business: Memorial Indoor Sports Academy is an 11,000 square ft facility that offers indoor soccer, Brazilian jiu-jitsu and dance classes for youth and adults, all year rou…
615 Pinckney StHouston, TX 77009
The manager there ( Ricky ) has hired all of his friends to work there as refs. Poor managerial skills and does not know how to effectively take charge of his staff. He seems to get into fights on a regular basis with his staff and people who pay to play there. This is not the type of person who should be running this facility. All the refs and even Ricky himself play on about 5 or 6 teams each season. Favoritism is shown towards staff members when they play. I have seen a rapid decline in teams that sign up because they would rather play at a better facility. The building leaks heavily during storms and just looks like a run down warehouse. The parking lot is a pot hole covered mess. The new turf is a step up but everything else is awful.
Amazing selection, very nice layout and space, the staff is awesome. If they do not have what you are looking for in hand, they will get it for you!
Overall there are pro's and con's as with any club of this size so experience varies player by player. I have two sons playing at the highest bracket both of equal skills and experience. Their experience and growth while they were at Albion varies by trainer/year. I don't call or consider them coaches as they don't have enough consistent exposure to the players to really coach a specific style of play. Which is my biggest concern with the club, there is no consistent curriculum or style of play that is being taught from academy to their elite teams.I've been around the Houston Soccer scene for over 20 years and its great that their is growth, but some clubs seem to have lost their focus and have gotten to big to be effective. My advice is if you are looking for soccer skills training this is as good as any other club but if you want your child to learn how to apply those skills and really accelerate their development as a soccer player its not at Albion.For reference both my boys went through the development academy U8-U10 and into their advance teams U11-U13 so a total of 5/6 years. I've since moved to another club and over the past season (3 months) both have learned more consistently than they ever did at Albion. Wish I would of switched sooner.
The club is only after your money. Some of the coaches are good, but the club overall is only interested in bringing in more players and not training the ones they have to be better. Top teams not always the best teams, more politcally motivated than looking at talent. Parents who make the most noise and/or have the most money usually get what they want. Daughter liked coaches but was a big let down overall considering the number of years we gave to the club. Organization lacking proper guidance.
We are so happy to finally be able to have our grand opening soon. We will keep you posted guys. Check out the website for league details and other events here in the near future. God Bless
Very affordable level of club play. Offers both recreational and competitive teams. Competes in BAYSA league with Quest, Space City, Galveston County, Alvin, Pearland, and Manvel clubs.
This is a club that is only after your money. It's 24 kids to one coach. If you don't make their elite team they really could care less. We paid 1000. for this league and I am so disappointed! I just want the coach to actually coach the boys! All they do in practice is scrimmage. During the game the coach is on the side line in a lawn chair! Very disappointing! Not worth the $$$ I would recommend finding a different league!