U5 Program

This PCSL program provides pre-school age players, parents and coaches who are new to the game an introduction to soccer in a positive nurturing environment.

  • Separate divisions for boys & girls
  • Friday evenings only
  • 6 sessions in Fall, 6 sessions in Spring
  • Teams consist of 6-7 players
  • Volunteer parents needed to Coach each team
  • Game format: 3v3, no goalie, size 3 ball
  • Uniforms not required

More Info.  Go HERE

U6 through High School

This PCSL program is a recreational soccer league for K-high school age players.   The League is a member of the Illinois Youth Soccer Association (IYSA). PCSL's philosophy is Everyone Plays.

  • Separate divisions for boys & girls at U6-U12
  • Co-ed teams at U14 & High School
  • Games played on Saturdays at the PCSL Complex
  • 6 games in Fall, 6 games in Spring
  • Practices held during week by coach
  • Volunteer coaches
  • Uniforms required

More Info. Go HERE

TOPSoccer

Hosted by Illinois Fire Juniors, TOPSoccer is a community-based training and team placement program for young athletes ages 7-18 with disabilities to learn and play the game of soccer. Organized by volunteers and IFJ's coaching staff, the program is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl, who has a mental or physical disability. The goal is to enable young athletes with disabilities to become valued and successful members of the US Youth Soccer family.

For more information, to register or to find out how you can be a Buddy follow the link to the Illinois Fire Juniors website. Go HERE

 

 

 

 

 

Illinois Fire Juniors

The Fire Juniors is a first class, professionally run organization that produces teams and develops players for consistent high-level competition.

U8 & U9 Youth Academy program is designed to be a stepping-stone from recreational soccer to competitive soccer.

Competitive/Travel soccer starts at U10 and progresses through Under 19. Players will attend a tryout and then be placed onto a team that matches their current skill level.

For more information, visit the Illinois Fire Juniors Website.

 

 


 

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