CORONA — Budding soccer stars can learn from one of the world's best players at a free clinic this Sunday at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
New York City Football Club captain David Villa is kicking off a round of sessions for 200 players between the ages of six and 14 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Kids can still sign up to attend the hour-long sessions, which are broken down by age group.
Players will learn methods and plays from Villa as well as coaches from his DV7 Soccer Academy, which launches this summer at Queens College.
While those camps are paid, the Flushing Meadows-Corona Park clinics are free and a way for the star to give back to the neighborhood, according to Assemblyman Francisco Moya, who helped organize the program.
The goal is to create a community of talented players — with some even better than "El Guaje," Villa said.
"This is the target, and we're hoping in the future to graduate very good soccer players that are in our academy," he said in April.