Upper 90 Soccer + Sport’s kicking quartermasters keep teams World Cup–ready with a wide assortment of jerseys, T-shirts, footwear, and accessories from classic brands including Adidas, Nike, and Puma. Strike fear into futbol hearts in a pair of punishing Nike Mercurial Victory II shoes ($60.00), or protect the foot's sensitive upstairs neighbors with Brine Triumph G8 shin guards ($40.00). A New York Cosmos jersey ($79.99) swears torsos to old-school allegiances, harkening back to the days when Pelé roamed the pitch and Franz Beckenbauer moonlighted as a dancer at Studio 54. Keep high-stepping legs cool in the Puma Attaccante Women's Shorts ($18.70), or shield hamstrings from the elements with a pair of the Nike Rio II men's warm-up pants ($35).
Love to play pick-up games of basketball or football? Well, it’s even more fun when you have established teams and even playoffs at the end of a season, just like the pros. ZogSports has all that, and you can even satisfy your conscience by knowing that a portion of the entry fees you pay to enter these competitive leagues go towards a charity of your choice. The sports aren’t limited to basketball and football: ZogSports also features leagues for soccer, hockey, softball, and even more niche sports like bocce ball, bowling, dodgeball, kickball, skeeball, ultimate Frisbee, and wiffleball. Have some fun, make some friends, and donate money to charity: there’s three very good reasons to join ZogSports.
Argentina?born soccer enthusiast Gustavo Szulansky opened Super Soccer Stars to provide the boroughs with a program that championed the personal development of youngsters rather than solely a skill-based focus. Since its debut in 2000, it's grown throughout the city, helping countless youngsters learn teamwork, boost confidence, and decrease arguments during home games played on the dining-room table. This rapid growth is due in part to the positive values Gustavo instilled from the first class. His coaches are carefully selected for their ability to cultivate a noncompetitive, sensitive approach to learning the game, and they dole out their knowledge in both classes and camps.
Super Soccer Star's Kick & Play program features family-friendly classes that help tots 12?24 months old develop pre-soccer skills and physical skill sets simultaneously. During classes, a team of talented and enthusiastic instructors and an athletic duo of puppet friends named Mimi and Pepe buoy budding soccer players with positive reinforcement, individual attention, and the merry clickety-clack of cleated tap dances. Designed with the help of early-childhood specialists, each age-specific class helps players build skills at their own pace with positive reinforcement, individual attention, and engaging original music.
Amid its 25,000 square feet of climate-controlled indoor turf, Long Island Sports Complex treats up to 15 birthday celebrants to one hour of motion-based merriment, followed by a half-hour of pizza, cake, drinks, and party goods. The facility takes care of all the food, decorations and invitations, so parents can spend more time knitting the perfect birthday gift or reanimating it during an electrical storm. Sports-party revelers get to release excess energy with their choice of soccer, baseball, softball, football, or lacrosse without the outdoor inconveniences of grass stains or slingshotted acorns from territorial squirrels. Two to four sport-savvy supervisors will be on hand to make sure that everyone has a safe time.
For more than a decade, campers ages 4-13 have whiled away their summers and holidays at Woodmont, but more importantly, they've made memories and friends to last a lifetime. Entertaining youngsters with sports, art, theater, music, and dance, days are packed with activities that keep kids engaged.
Though the staff at Super Kickers focuses on teaching children the basics of soccer, their efforts don't end with sports instruction. In addition to leading youth in soccer-focused activities in the seasonal indoor and outdoor sessions of their youth soccer program, they also conduct an after-school club that merges physical activity with music and arts. And as an after-school program alternative, the staff also helms a series of Flex Pass programs spanning music and crafts. Children might make art using paints, marshmallows, and shaving cream, learn to sight-read and play the piano, join in yoga-centric imagination games, or practice keeping rhythm and melody with singing, tambourines, and egg shakers. Additionally, during summer and holiday camps, coaches and teachers lead children in indoor or outdoor soccer games, as well as other seasonal activities such as music and dance, yoga, crafts, martial arts, and bounce house time.