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Having a ball starts with having a ball.

We know kids. And for 20 plus years we’ve led the pack in teaching them important life skills through soccer. We keep it fun. We keep it age-appropriate. We stay true to our roots, yet keep evolving. We help toddlers to 12-year-olds develop a love for the game… and so much more.

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Nationwide, Lil’ Kickers has been a source of fun and individual growth for over 1,000,000 kids.



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Nationwide, Lil’ Kickers has been a source of fun and individual growth for over 1,000,000 kids.

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Beyond The Pitch

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There is a new commercial for a cleaning product that has me concerned. The product is a spray that allows you to disinfect your clothes after being out in public. The catchphrase of the commercial is "just to be sure." In it, a teenager is spraying everything and after each spray says, "just to be sure." Read more.

The Unexpected Trick To Thriving In Motherhood

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Motherhood changes us in ways we can never fully anticipate, and a mom’s life will never return to what was once deemed normal. Even though the change can be challenging, the payoff also brings unexpected benefits when we lean into it. Read more.

Beyond The Pitch Archives

“My son has enjoyed this program more than any other he has been in, and he’s played A LOT!”

Suzanne H.
Mother, Seattle, WA

“They LOVE the imaginative games that are teaching soccer skills without them realizing it. It is perfect for their age. They love their coaches and look forward to soccer every week! Highly recommend- especially for those younger ones who need to start learning how to listen to other adults!”

Lindsey B.
Mother, Lenexa, KS

“All 3 of our kids have been in Lil’ Kickers because they love it. And because we could see them growing in skill and confidence.”

Jenny C.
Mother, Issaquah, WA