At Soccajoeys we know: Children develop life skills through sport. When it comes to fun kids’ activities that benefit your child’s development, non-competitive soccer programs contribute in physical, social and educational ways.
Our FAQ page below covers the top questions we receive from parents.
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Yes, our mission is to help your child develop crucial life skills through fun, and soccer is our recommended indoor activity for kids building coordination, gross motor skills, communication, social skills and more.
Children are to wear casual clothing (shorts or track pants) and the Soccajoeys jersey at each class. As all classes are held in an indoor venue, sneakers are to be worn at each class, no soccer boots permitted.
No, all parents/guardians have to be present at all times throughout the class.
Yes, make-up classes can be done if there are spaces available in another class. You will have to contact the Soccajoeys office for availabilities in other classes. All make up classes MUST be done in the same term as the missed classes.
Once you have registered and made payment for the Soccajoeys program via the website or phone you will receive a confirmation email and receipt of payment for the program and your child’s place in the program is then secure.
All new children to the Soccajoeys program will receive their jersey and water bottle at the first class they attend. The Soccajoeys jersey is to be worn at every class the child attends.