Step onto the field during any Lil’ Kickers class and you will find it transformed into a world created just for your child.
Bunnies classes introduce toddlers to soccer with games that allow them to run, play as a group and kick a ball. They gain basic soccer skills while building fundamentals such as balance and coordination.
Classes incorporate activities that are geared toward a toddler's unique way of learning and include parachutes, bubbles, noodles, cones, lots of goal scoring and more. Classes are 50 minutes long. The ratio for Bunnies classes is 15:1 with parents on the field. Adult participation is required.
Parents and kids, led by one of our instructors, play organized games together to develop listening skills, balance, ball skills and foot-eye coordination. Thumpers is the ideal next step for Bunnies veterans and a perfect introduction to Lil' Kickers for new players. Thumpers classes are 50 minutes long. The ratio for Thumpers classes is 12:1 with parents on the field. Adult participation is required.
Cottontails is a class designed for children who are ready for more of a challenge than a Thumpers class, but who are not quite ready to be on the field without a parent or caregiver. The Cottontails curriculum is designed to build fundamental skills such as balance, coordination, and ball kicking skills. Cottontails classes also offer another component—helping your child build a sense of independence. As children progress through the session and become ready for more independence, parents can choose to transition to a less active role in the class. Cottontails classes are 50 minutes long. The ratio for Cottontails classes is 7:1 (14:2) with parents on the field. Adult participation is required.
Hoppers classes 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. Hoppers classes are the first class where children participate independently. Hoppers classes are 50 minutes long. The ratio for Hoppers classes is 7:1
Jackrabbits classes are designed to help transition children into non-competitive team play. Children play creative games to develop fundamental soccer skills and will also be introduced to more one-ball oriented games and scrimmaging. The focus of the scrimmages will be to help players understand how to apply skills in different situations and building teamwork. Some small sided non-competitive soccer games are introduced. Jackrabbits classes are 50 minutes long. The ratio for Jackrabbits is 7:1.
Big Feet classes are for five and six year-olds who have not played a lot of soccer before, or who respond better to a low-key environment. Classes build basic soccer skills (dribbling, passing, trapping, scoring) and develop a sense of confidence on the field. 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. Big Feet classes are 50 minutes long The ratio for Big Feet classes is 12:1
Micro 4/5 classes are for four and five year olds with previous soccer experience who are ready for more of a challenge. Players learn more advanced fundamental soccer skills through fun, age-appropriate and creative skill building games and have the opportunity to practice those skills in non-competitive scrimmages. Micro 4/5 classes are 50 minutes with 15-20 minutes of instruction and 20-25 minutes of non-competitive scrimmaging. The class ratio is 12:1
Micro 6/7 classes are for six and seven year olds with previous soccer experience who are ready for more of a challenge. Classes balance the use of fun games and technical drills with non-competitive scrimmaging to teach new skills each week. Micro 6/7 classes are 50 minutes with 15-20 minutes of instruction and 20-25 minutes of non-competitive scrimmaging. The class ratio is 12:1
Micro 8/9 classes are designed for eight and nine year olds who have little or moderate experience playing soccer. Players will learn a new fundamental soccer skill each week and have the opportunity to practice those skills in non-competitive scrimmages. Micro 8/9 classes are 50 minutes with 15-20 minutes of instruction and 20-25 minutes of non-competitive scrimmaging. The class ratio is 12:1
Designed to meet the needs of the more advanced players, Micro Advanced classes combine a small child-to-coach ratio with a challenging curriculum to create a rewarding soccer experience that is more clinical in nature. Children in these classes will be introduced to more complex soccer skills and tactics and will be given opportunities to practice these during scrimmages. The focus is more clinical but the classes continue to also emphasize fun and effort. Classes are 50 minutes, once a week with 30 minutes of instruction and 20 minutes of scrimmage. The child-to-coach ratio is 8:1
June 6 - September 2
A world created just for your child.
“We started our oldest in Lil’ Kickers at three. He was not very coordinated, but loved his coaches so much he never wanted to leave the program. He is now 9 and one of the best players on the team, but more importantly he now has the confidence to try new things. I can’t say enough about Lil’ Kickers.”
Lil’ Kickers parent with three boys in the program.