Grassroot Programs

Mini Dribbles

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Mini Dribbles classes are for five and six year-olds who have not played a lot of soccer before, or who respond better to a toned-down environment. Classes build simple soccer skills and develop a sense of confidence. Players will also learn sportsmanship and team play. Some small-sided, yet non-competitive soccer games are played to enhance learning how to apply skills in game situations.

Mini Kickers

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Mini Kickers classes are for child ages 2 through 4 years old and designed to be fun and fast paced. Classes focus on increasing balancing skills, coordination and fundamental soccer skills. We utilize creative games and help kids develop listening skills, cooperation and teamwork. Mini Kickers classes are the first class where children participate independently.

First Kicks

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The First Kick classes introduce child 18 months to 24 months to soccer with games that allow them to run, play as a group and kick a ball. They gain basic motor skills while constructing basics such as balance and coordination. Classes incorporate activities that are geared toward a child's unique way of learning. 

Grassroots Class are Offered on Saturday Mornings!

 Classes which are 55' are designed to be fun and fast paced. Classes focus on increasing balancing skills, coordination and fundamental soccer skills. We utilize creative games and help kids develop listening skills, cooperation and teamwork. 


 We provide a safe environment to learn and love the sport.   

Program FAQ's

Great Player to Coach Ratio!

The ratio for classes is 15:1 

How Long are Classes?

Classes are 55 minutes long.

Is Adult Participation Required?

Adult participation is required for the First Kick Program. 

What Should My Athlete Wear?

Participants should wear comfortable clothes and indoor soccer shoes (no cleats) or plain tennis shoes. 

Does My Athlete Need Shinguards?

Shinguards are needed for Mini Kickers Classes and Mini Dribbles classes. 

Can I Drop My Athlete off for Class?

No, classes are 55 minutes and require a parent or guardian to be on-site.