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Soccer Kids NYC

6210 69th Place Queens NY 11379

SOCCER KIDS NYC  is an award-winning, FUN and well rounded Soccer Program for kids age 2 -10 available all year long, in Queens, NY. Classes are offered on weekdays and weekend. SOCCER KIDS NYC is a soccer program that was created with a clear mission and aligned core values in order teach more than just the fundamentals of soccer. The Coaches teach pre-academic skills that will help our kids succeed across various settings. Many programs focus solely on the fun part of soccer, but we at Soccer Kids NYC not only have FUN but we teach skills that will lay the foundation for a child’s future success (e.g., social-emotional, communication, etc). Some of the things we teach our kids is to take turns, share, win/lose gracefully, be respectful of others, never give up and to celebrate their achievements. We look forward to being part our children’s success both on and off the soccer field.

Soccer Kids NYC was born out of the understanding that our children come first. We understand the tremendous impact that coaches have on the overall development of our children. Therefore, Soccer Kids NYC dedicates all possible resources to the training and development of our coaches.

SCHEDULE (registration is open)
QUEENS, NY (multiple locations)
Age Group: 2 – 10 years old

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Soccer Group Classes
Soccer Camps
School Programs

Adult Indoor Soccer Program



Sports Offered:
Co-Ed, Female, Male
Age Groups:
0-3, 4-7, 8-10, Adult
Programs Offered:
Recreational Teams, After-School Programs, Winter Break Programs, Spring Break Programs, Long Weekend Programs, Summer Programs, Evening Classes/Activities, Private Instruction, Weekend Classes
Special Needs Options:


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