In the 1930s, the US government issued a hobby to each citizen to keep them entertained until NASA finished working out the bugs in kissing. Self-determine a new pastime with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for an eight-week soccer league for kids aged 4 and younger (a $65 value)
- $35 for an eight-week soccer league for kids aged 5–7 (a $75 value)
During a one-hour session offered once a week, volunteer coaches lead youngsters through an active warm-up followed by soccer-related exercises and team-building activities. Though a uniform shirt is provided, children younger than 4 must bring a size-3 soccer ball, athletic shorts, and athletic shoes or cleats. Additionally, shin guards or under socks are required for the older age groups to prevent players from acquiring scrapes or an even suntan. Participants with weeknight scheduling restrictions should contact William.Mack2@gmail.com to be placed on a team that fits their schedule.
Greensboro United Soccer Association
The volunteer coaches at Greensboro United Soccer Association teach children and adults of all ages and skill levels how to sharpen their soccer skills during various programs. GUSA’s primary goal is to enrich the community, whether it's creating camps to prepare teenagers for their high-school soccer season, or outreach programs that bring pickup soccer games to nearly 150 children in area schools.
100% of 31 customers recommend
“My daughter loves it!!!!!!!!”
“The uniform t-shirts and the one practice during the week and one game on the weekend was perfect. GUSA is expensive and without the groupon my children wouldn't...”
“The uniform t-shirts and the one practice during the week and one game on the weekend was perfect. GUSA is expensive and without the groupon my children wouldn't have gotten the exercise, socialization, and sportsmanship skills they needed to acquire. Thank You Groupon keep thinking of the parents (and the kids:) !”
“Greensboro United Soccer Association offers soccer to all levels of experience and skill. This is good for all kids.”