KinderKickers Program









Fall Kinderkickers Registration Is Open!!


We are beyond pleased to announce that registration is open for our Kinderkickers soccer program. This may be your first involvement with the Livingston Soccer Club - but we hope it won't be your last!  Each year we celebrate the "graduation" of 12th graders playing in our HS Co-ed soccer program who have been with us since Kinderkickers. 


What Is Kinderkickers?  This is our instructional soccer program for Pre-K and Kindergarten boys and girls.  It is a seven session program. Your kids will be trained by the professional trainers of the Sports Domain Academy - the same folks who train our travel soccer teams. No parent coaches are required.  


When and Where? The program is held on Saturday mornings starting in early September at the Harrison School field. There probably will be three time slots starting at 8:00 and each "team" will cycle through the different time slots.


Who Can Join? - Pre-K kids must be at least 4 years old by Oct 1, 2017. Kindergarteners must be attending Kindergarten in Fall 2017.  Livingston residents only. 


What's Included?  Well - lots of fun!  Also, each child will get a shirt and soccer ball to keep.


What Must Children Wear? - Shinguards are required.  We suggest soccer shoes but sneakers are fine.  No jewelry can be worn!


What Does It Cost? - The registration fee is $70.  There also is an $13 fields usage fee required by the Township of Livingston.













KinderKickers is an enjoyable non-competitive program designed to help our youngest of soccer players begin to develop basic soccer skills by participating in fun-filled soccer oriented children’s games and basic physical education activities rather than through competitive team play or repetitive practice drills
These professionally designed games and activities are formatted to allow the children to begin acquiring fundamental soccer skills while simply out having fun with a soccer ball.
The Livingston Soccer Club believes that early emphasis on skill development in this manner will gradually enhance each child’s overall ability and ultimately, enjoyment of the sport as they grow and develop with it over the years. This program does not involve competitive team play but instead emphasizes frequent contact with a soccer ball as the method of developing fundamental skills. The program does not teach player positioning or team tactics, as such instruction is more suitable for older children.
The Soccer Club wants children, first and foremost, to have fun.