Region 418 offers the core Region 418 Youth Soccer League, Chicago Northwind Travel League, AYSO 418 Extra Travel League, Indoor Soccer, and VIP (Special Needs Youth Soccer).
Two of the most well renowned and respected youth soccer organizations in the City have teamed up to provide the youth in the City of Chicago more opportunities within the sport. Together CCSC and CSF have created the complete long term player pathway for all levels of soccer players.
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Providing world class youth soccer programs that enrich children's lives. ... AYSO Region 418 - Chicago Lakefront. 4507 N Ravenswood Ave, Suite 101 Chicago, Illinois ...
The classic youth soccer program that teaches the fundamentals of the sport in a fun, non-competitive, educational environment. Our unique curricula use positive reinforcement and a low child-to-coach ratio to make sure each child feels supported and confident in his or her own abilities, allowing kids to improve at their own rate.
Established in 2014, Chicago Soccer Academy (or CSA) is an Premier Youth Soccer Club serving Geneva, Batavia, St. Charles and surrounding communities in the Fox Valley of Northern Illinois. CSA was born out of a desire for something better than the status quo.
The Fire Juniors is the official youth soccer program of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club, currently consisting of 11 clubs nationwide and more than 8,000 travel players and 8,000 recreational players. Each club receives the the support of the Fire's professional club structure while maintaining a local focus that meets the needs of all youth players in the community.
Via: Chicago.suntimes.com We’re honored to be nationally recognized on the forefront of raising the standards of youth soccer, as a Players First-licensed club. Players First is built on five pillars: Club Development, Coaching Development, Player Development, Parent Engagement & Education and Player Health & Safety.
The Illinois Youth Soccer recreational program teaches soccer through the use of smaller teams and fields, maximizing participation by all. The program also allows young players to learn and enjoy soccer in a positive and fun environment, usually in their own community with the same children with whom they go to school.