Soccer Activities Offered at the YMCA The YMCA of San Diego County offers multiple soccer programs and activities, ranging from youth or adult soccer leagues to training clinics and soccer-focused summer day camps.
Soccer Camps & Clinics Pre-Kindergarten - 8th Grade | YMCA Youth Sports offers some great ways to refine your child's soccer skills with programs that focus on fundamentals, positive coaching and personal attention.
From camp to preschool. Soccer to swim lessons. The Y has a great experience waiting for you. All Y programs are based on building four character values: Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility. Now more than ever kids need safe and healthy activities to relieve the stress of the past year.
The youth soccer program provides a positive environment for players to make new friends, develop good techniques and practice good sportsmanship. Where The youth soccer program is offered at all 10 Tampa Y family centers.
YMCA coaches care about your child’s development — creating a positive environment to build character and confidence in each player New Friendships Sports offer the perfect setting for kids to make new friends while learning the importance of teamwork and good sportsmanship.
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Youth soccer is fun, easy to learn and accessible to all kids. The Y offers both recreational and competitive leagues for all ages and skill levels, providing a healthy, fun environment to enjoy the physical benefits and camaraderie of this exciting game.
Youth soccer at White Rock YMCA is offered in the fall and spring seasons. It is a progressive program, with multiple age-specific levels. We encourage fair play, positive competition, and family involvement.
Soccer. The YMCA of Southeastern North Carolina and the Wilmington Hammerheads Youth Soccer Club have partnered to serve even more kids and families through recreational soccer.
YMCA Indoor Soccer is character-driven, and kids develop all of their skills, from passing, dribbling, and shooting to teamwork and sportsmanship. Just as important, they learn firsthand the benefits of being healthy and active and that virtual games just can't compare to the real thing.