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Fort Lauderdale Indoor Toddler Soccer Programs and Leagues

Fort Lauderdale Toddler Soccer

The Top Rated Toddler Soccer Program For Ages 2+

Our soccer club is geared toward parents that want a better experience than provided by soccer clubs while still providing a
• Fun and Exciting Playing Experience
• Supportive Coaching To Learn While Playing
• Team Environment Where Competition Is "Controlled"
• A Proper Warm Up, Stretch and Fundamentals Session



The Parent Experience

We provide coaches and an incredibly easy sign up process. No in person registration. No parent volunteers
• Sign Up Online, Get Your Gear On Arrival
• Your Child Receives Structured Coaching
• Coaches Are Expected To Govern Play, Ensure Fairness, and Support Children
• Better Value - Hour Long Session Blocks (Not 45 Minutes)
• No extra fees - pay for your uniform today, monthly payments starting with classses

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The Top Rated Toddler Soccer School In Fort Lauderdale

We're the fastest growing youth soccer program in South Florida for a reason. Quite simply our focus is providing EXCELLENT quality and value to kids under 13 - it's all we do!

A full team huddling together

#1 Soccer Club in Fort Lauderdale for Youth Aged 13 and Under

We put all our effort into younger recreational soccer players. We focus on providing excellent value and the best coaching and playing experience for children aged 2 - 13.

Essentials:

Indoor Toddler Soccer Program Fees Include
• Paid Coaches selected for ability to nurture / support younger children
• Each Child Receives A Uniform on Arrival (shirt, shorts, socks)
• Indoor venue fees
• Support staff to guide players and parents to appropriate locations
• All equipment provided by the club such as goals, balls, cones, etc.

Venue Details:

We operate the #1 indoor venue in the city for kids and parents
• Parents can relax with free wifi
• Onsite smoothie and beer/wine bar
• Air Conditioned Indoor Venue
• Dry / Bug Free Games
• Centrally located just off the 95 & Oakland Park Blvd

Sample Schedule:

Each week focus would be on developing a particular skill
• 9:00AM - Parents Arrive, Free Play With Balls (5 Mins)
• 9:05AM - Tidy Up Tidy Up. Kids Race To Clean Up Room
• 9:08AM - Introductions, Names, Ask About Children
• 9:10AM - Attention grabbing warm-ups like popcorn jumps
• 9:15AM - First Game: Without Ball focused on motor activities
• 9:20AM - Second Game: Little Kicks Right Foot, Left Foot
• 9:25AM - Third Game: With Ball, Big Kicks Game, Kick Off Cones
• 9:30AM - Fourth Game: With Ball, Big Kicks To Score On Goal
• 9:38AM - Penalty Kicks: Every Kid Scores
• 9:45AM - Clean Up, Recognize Children and Say Goodbye

Youth Soccer League Player Scoring A Goal

2021/2022 Indoor Toddler Soccer Locations

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Step 2: Your Details

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Notes:
1) All Registrations 100% Refundable until 48 hours after first session (Risk Free!)
2) All payment information captured by Stripe. We don't ever see your data
3) Alternative Payment Methods Available Upon Email (15% Admin Surcharge)
4) Cancel anytime in parent portal
5) Only $25 due today to secure your spot and pay for the shirt/shorts kit. Program weekly fee charged on first day.

Pricing / Payments / Commitment

We want to make it easy to join with as little risk and barriers as possible. Here are some answers to many of our parents' questions:

• All registrations are done online. Call if you need help.

• All credit card payments are handled by stripe (used by Unicef, Lyft and Shopify for example). We never see your data.

• You only sign up once. Payments recur on a weekly basis.

• Payments and registration will continue until you wish to stop. You can cancel in the online portal at any time with 2 weeks notice.

• If your child feels too advanced or would like to try a more beginner session we are happy to move around days and programs to best fit your needs.

• Each new registration receives a new soccer kit (shorts, shirt, socks kit)

Our Kids Soccer School Program Info At A Glance

Our programs vary greatly depending on the age of the child. Regardless of the youngest or the oldest, our coaches work on a 10 week rotating curriculum that focuses on key outcomes for that week. The program rotates so one missed week is not detrimental and children can join anytime. For example, they may have missed "left foot kicks" but that will come around again.

The nature of our programs and coaching is also such that competitive kids are encouraged and challenged by the coaches while introductory children are supported by the coaches.

Toddler Soccer Programs

Toddler Soccer is for toddlers born from 2018 to 2019 looking to try soccer or an activity possibly for the first time. Children may or may not be comfortable leaving Mom or Dad and a supporting hand from the Parent is encouraged. Our coaches support children through different games focused on learning basic agility such as balance or kicking. Children will naturally be learning colors and counting throughout. Most importantly, this is an exciting opportunity for children to become independent and "learn how to be coached."

PreSchool Soccer Program

PreSchool Soccer for children born in 2017, builds on the toddler program. While the games are similar, the expectations are different. Children may be supported by parents for a few classes but by about the 3rd class should be fully independent from Mom or Dad. Most children will understand instruction and many begin to thrive in the program. At this point parents should expect that the program is 80% fun and 20% soccer many drills barely resembling the game.

Kids Soccer Programs

Kids Soccer for those born in 2015 to 2016 begins to focus on teamwork and after several sessions may introduce the concept of a "soccer game." Parents should be aware that children at this age rarely pass and certainly don't function as a team. Our coaches are instructed that it is better to change the game than to promote "fun anarchy." Heavy coach participation is expected where the ball is "stolen" and distributed to weaker players for example

Youth Soccer Programs

Our Youth Soccer School Programs for youth born in 2014 and older, resemble what parents would expect from a "soccer program." Soccer drills from the US Soccer player development guides are introduced. For the first time a significant amount of time is dedicated in each session to a soccer games/scrimmage.