Youth Sports

YOuth Soccer

Learn the skills needed to play America's fastest growing sport

Youth Soccer teaches a high level of teamwork and agility at all ages.


Our youth soccer programs provide a fun, safe and healthy game for all kids. Soccer provides a wealth of benefits for growing children, while teaching them fundamentals and ensuring everyone gets a chance to play in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere.

All kids are different, and those differences range from physical to social and psychological. One of our goals is to recognize those differences, and our programs are aimed at meeting the different needs of all kids.


The Runners division is a parent-tot group that plays together. It involves getting kids active and meeting other parents and children. Each child will learn basic skills and concepts of the game while coaches focus on minimizing a "win at all costs" attitude and emphasizing fun on the field.


The Kickers division is a skill development division and focuses on teaching players the basics of the game. With help from volunteer coaches, we create an environment where kids can focus on learning the sport without focusing on the need to perform to win.


The Passers division focuses on learning more intermediate skills of the game and the different rules of the sport. The areas of focus include teamwork, skill development, and a commitment to good sportsmanship.


The Champions division is designed to build on skills that young soccer players havealready obtained. With a focus on teamwork, fair play, and the importance of physical fitness, coaches build on their skill levels to help them achieve solid knowledge of all aspects of the sport.

Youth Soccer Games Schedule

Youth Soccer begins early Summer and registration is happening now. Register above and sign up below to stay-up-to-date.

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