Kids Soccer Classes – Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn & Manhattan
We offer Soccer classes for children age 2 to 9 during all seasons: spring, summer, fall and winter. We have both indoor and outdoor locations. Our facilities include parks, outdoor fields, schools, indoor turf fields, gymnasiums and play centers. We have the best professional soccer coaches and a vast experience teaching kids and sharpening their skills.
Unique only to our program: During each season, we offer Pro Soccer Kids Bonus Scrimmage Games, in addition to your regular weekly class we hold optional intramural games. Players learn important teamwork and game skills in a supportive, positive environment. We encourage families to stay and cheer for your growing soccer players; our program is not drop-off.
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We cannot wait to kick off our spring season in April! We hope you can join us. Check out the available classes for kids age 2 to 9. It’s easy to register online or give us a call 516-766-5437 and we’d be happy to help you!
Keep on kickin’!
Spring Soccer is in full swing. It’s exciting and we appreciate the various ways you express your enthusiasm. We are all very passionate about soccer and it is easy to get carried away in the excitement of a game. It’s important to be supportive and POSITIVE in your cheering for your child. Choose words carefully, encourage fair play, good sportskidship, and positive reinforcement. This extends off the field towards good and positive behavior with other parents as well. We all lead by example for our young athletes, so it is helpful if us parents do our best to treat each other with kindness on the sidelines.
Thank you for being supportive in teaching children how to play fairly, to respect personal boundaries of others, and to use healthy verbal communication both on and off the pitch. We appreciate the lessons you offer at home to support treating others properly on the field.
Thanks for taking a moment to reflect on good ways to inspire and encourage your child, as well as all the other players, both on your team and on the other side. Competition is healthy, as long as we keep in mind safety, respect and fair treatment of all players in the process.
Thanks for all you do as parents and thanks for being a part of our soccer program!