Fútbol 5 provides soccer aficionados with three outdoor turf fields that host six-on-six games, as well as a multifunctional indoor space for soccer and volleyball. The small pitches host matches and soccer clinics, which teach male and female soccer players aged 6–13 how to properly dribble the ball, change speeds during ball possession, and perform specialty moves designed to best opposing players. Fútbol 5 entertains players before and after their games with a sports bar that has eight big-screen TVs. It also keeps kids and adults fit with Zumba and Zumbatomic classes, which blast calories with dance moves performed to Latin beats.
All Sports Arena welcomes athletes of all ages to participate in classes and recreational leagues for roller hockey, lacrosse, soccer, and volleyball. The roller-hockey curriculum is wide-ranging: kids as young as four can take lessons to learn to skate, and there are also competitive leagues for men and women. The roller-hockey matches take place in an enclosed, multipurpose rink, which is equally suitable for soccer, roller hockey, or championship-level duck-duck-goose.
MVP Arena Sports helps young athletes hone the fundamental footwork of soccer with a score of youth [classes] (http://gr.pn/klFDry) scheduled by age. Coaches flutter around the 13,500-square-foot garden of synthetic turf, guiding 50-minute sessions that introduce youngsters to basic game rules, adrenaline-activating drills, and how to use the soccer net to catch butterflies. Balance, coordination, and ball skills compose the Cottontails class for students 2.5 to 3.5 years old, and Micro Advanced classes summon players ages 6 to 9 to dabble in complex toe tactics and 20-minute scrimmages. Athletes should arrive hydrated and wearing shin guards, and are encouraged to explore the facility’s full-service concession stand, arcade-equipped game room, and candy-encrusted cleats collection following their skill sessions. A full list of classes can be viewed at the online schedule.