About Super Kickers Soccer Classes for Children in New York
Super Kickers soccer classes are designed for children ages 1.5 through 12 and range from 35 minutes to 1 hour.
The program consists of 5 seasons throughout the year: Fall, Winter, Mid-Winter, Spring, and Summer and are offered weekly throughout Queens.
Children will be introduced to the basics of soccer in a fun and instructional way to inspire passion for the sport.
The classes consist of a warm-up, fundamental training, and a scrimmage at the end.
Classes are offered indoors and outdoors, depending on the season and location.
Fall 2 Season
Classes in Jackson Heights:
Start Date: Sept. 25th | End Date: Nov. 22nd
Total of 8 classes.
Location: P.S.69 Playground in Jackson Heights.
Classes in Astoria, Long Island City and Sunnyside:
Start Date: Oct. 16th | End Date: Nov. 22nd
Total of 6 classes.
Locations: Astoria Park, Hunter's Point South Park in LIC, and P.S.150-Yard in Sunnyside.
Check the schedule of classes here.
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Frequently Asked Questions
***Trial classes are not available for the Fall 2020 Season.***
Yes! We offer a prorated fee.
We recommend athletic bottoms (shorts or sweatpants) and closed top sneakers. No open-toed shoes, please!
Have the children wear a mask as they arrive. Once the child is in her/his designated play area, they can take their masks off.
Every class has the same structure- warm-up, soccer activities, mini-game. Children will be taught fundamental soccer skills like dribbling, balancing, passing, and shooting. Coaches will add challenges as classes progress according to the general consensus of the children in the class.
If your child misses a class, he/she can attend one (1) make-up session that will be scheduled by the office by the end of the season. Make-ups may not be carried over to future seasons.
The only class where parents participation is required is the age 1.5-2 class. Sometimes, a coach may ask for parents to join in on the fun, however, it is not required.
Yes! In our classes, your child will be exposed to a non-competitive and encouraging environment where they will thrive no matter their level of soccer.
Our classes will be smaller in size, only 6-8 children per class, and social distancing will be maintained. The focus will be on individual training and drills rather than scrimmages or games. Personal protective equipments, hand sanitation, and temperature checks will also be implemented. Our first priority is always our children and staff's safety.
Learn more about Soccer
Soccer is a game played by two teams with a round ball that may not be touched with the hands or arms during play except by the goalkeepers.
The object of the game is to score goals by kicking or heading the ball into the opponent's goal. The team that scores the most goals by the end of the game wins.
Soccer is the beautiful game played by millions of young girls and boys across many continents; from the beaches of Rio, the streets of major cities, to local parks.
The Laws of the Game were originally codified in England by the Football Association in 1863 and have evolved since then.
Association football is governed internationally by FIFA, which organizes the FIFA World Cup every four years.
At the turn of the 21st century, the game was played by over 250 million players in over 200 countries, making it the world's most popular sport.
Through playing soccer and encouraging children to exercise regularly, many of the risk factors associated with heart disease such as obesity and diabetes can be reduced significantly.
Soccer benefits their overall fitness level and improves their coordination, balance & flexibility, speed & stamina, agility, and ability to think ahead and make quick decisions.
Social benefits such as: mixing with others, having to work as a team, working individually toward a collective goal, experiencing emotions involved in the game, striving to be the best, supporting and helping others are all by products of playing soccer.
Studies have shown that getting young children involved in soccer at an early stage promotes a healthy attitude towards the game and instills the qualities of a good sportsman. This attitude extends off the field and continues with them into adult life.
Soccer can aid in increasing your child's self-esteem, which could drive their performance not only the soccer field but in other areas of their lives as well!
Getting your child to participate in an organized soccer school or club can offer tremendous benefits to you and your child.