These classes concentrate on giving beginning kids a set of basic soccer skills (dribbling, passing, trapping, scoring) and some confidence on the field. Kids will be introduced to the ideas of sportsmanship and team play. Kids will play some small-sided, non-competitive soccer games to help prepare them for Micro Classes.
We know kids. And for 20 plus years we’ve led the pack in teaching them important life skills through soccer. We keep it fun. We keep it age-appropriate. We stay true to our roots, yet keep evolving. We help toddlers to 12-year-olds develop a love for the game… and so much more.
Find soccer drills to practice with your child and camps and clinics near you to help them improve on the pitch. 4 Soccer Drills to Improve Dribbling These drills are favorites amongst young players because they teach essential skills in a fun, fresh way.
TinyTykes is a NEW and EXCITING PROGRAM designed by our soccer experts, focusing on the development of children aged 2-5 years old.
The first and foremost goal of Kiddie Soccer is for the participating children to have fun. Our secondary goal is for the children to be introduced to the world’s most popular team sport, soccer. Kiddie Soccer always has been, and always will be, a kids’ organization first….a soccer organization second.
Lil’ Kickers is a non-competitive, introductory soccer and movement skills program for boys and girls ages 18 months – 9 years. Our nationally renowned Lil’ Kickers child development program offers classes all year long at Portland Indoor Soccer Center (SE Portland) & The Plex (SW Portland/Beaverton.)
Welcome to AYSO! Welcome to the team! We are excited you have found the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO). AYSO has been providing a world-class youth soccer program for more than fifty years based on our Six Philosophies of Everyone Plays®, Balanced Teams, Positive Coaching, Good Sportsmanship, Open Registration and Player Development.
Lighthouse Soccer Club, Philadelphia’s oldest youth soccer club, is a not-for-profit youth soccer organization that sponsors programs for over three-hundred youngsters between the ages of 5 to 18 years old. Serving the Philadelphia community and North American soccer since 1897, Lighthouse Soccer Club has a rich history in national youth soccer; Lighthouse Boys Club (Philadelphia) won national championships in 1938, 1948, 1949, 1957, and 1967.
Toddler Soccer—It Is Never Too Early One of the major toddler soccer goals is building strong character. Many soccer programs for toddlers focus on developing basic physical skills as well as social skills so that participants learn to compete in a fun way and get plenty of healthy exercise.