Midwest City Soccer Club
Lil' Legs Program
Missed Lil Legs signups? No problem, you can still signup at any session.
Cost is just $10 for all five sessions.
Players can wear tennis shoes or cleats,
must wear shin guards and need size 3 ball.
Please bring a copy of birth certificate.
One more discount shopping coupon available for
Dicks Sporting Goods.
September 5th coupon
Our Fall 2015 Lil' Legs program will be conducted on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 - 6:45 on the following dates:
Sept 16th, Sept 23rd, October 7th, October 21st, and 28
October 28th. With this schedule, we will have two make-up opportunities in November
in case we need to reschedule for any weather related
Our Lil' Legs program is designed for children who are at least 3 years of age, but not yet 4 years of age on August 1st of the current seasonal year (August 2015 - May 2016). Unfortunately, those children not yet 3 on August 1 are not eligible for the Lil' Legs program until next year. For those children already 4 on August 1, 2015, they would need to enroll in our Under 5 Youth Program.
The program itself is designed to get these kids interested in the idea and fun of soccer and to build some basic skills and touches on the ball that will get them pointed in the right direction as they move up in age. In addition to all the quality volunteers, older players and other certified coaches, we will also have our experienced coaches on the field training your children in Lil' Legs!
Quan Tran - MWCSC Director of Coaching/Player Development, USSF National "D" license, USSF National Youth License, NSCAA Diploma, and pending USSF National "C" license among many others.
Troy Teel - USSF National 'D' licensed coach, U5 Recreational Program Girls Coach
Marcus Oliveira-Staff Coach
Lindsay Bartlett- Staff Coach
To get the most out of Lil' Legs, or any soccer program for that matter, we recommend a lot of dedication from the parents and kids alike. We recommend attending all 5 training sessions for both the Fall season and Spring season Lil' Legs offerings. We would also recommend that you take home what you've been exposed to at the training and practice as often as you can with your children. You'd be amazed at what 15-30 minutes of backyard practice can do for teaching your child about soccer.