Free Children’s Soccer Clinic
Presented by Bethlehem Steel FC
June 16, 11:45 a.m.
Children and youth soccer players ages 6-12 are invited to learn a variety of soccer skills and techniques at a free Soccer Clinic presented by the Bethlehem Steel FC June 16, 11:45 a.m., at the Lehigh Valley SoccerFest and Viewing Party at SteelStacks. The hands-on event, led by Bethlehem Steel FC and Philadelphia Union Academy staff and players, is open to the first 200 children who register.
During the clinic, which is perfect for youth soccer players as well as those who are new to the sport, children work with coaches and players to hone their soccer skills and learn new ones. The 60-minute clinic includes several stations focusing on different skills, techniques, and strategies players can use successfully on the pitch.
Youth Soccer Clinic for Children with Disabilities
Presented by Good Shepherd Pediatrics
June 23, 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Good Shepherd Pediatrics is thrilled to partner with the Lehigh Valley United and TOPSoccer to bring a fun, FREE and engaging soccer experience to children with disabilities. Children who participate in this clinics will enjoy one-on-one support from players and coaches to help strategize adaptive techniques.
Participants learn basic soccer skills and gain enthusiasm for the sport. No soccer experience is necessary.
The clinic is free and open to children with acquired and developmental disabilities, as well as siblings. Registration is open to children ages 4 - 17 on a first-come basis. Questions? Call 1-888-44-REHAB (73422).
Cultural Exchange Soccer Clinic
Presented by Lehigh Valley United
June 23, 1 p.m.
Children and youth soccer players between the ages of 7 and 14 are invited to experience the fun, excitement and uniqueness of the World Cup and the World's Game during a free "Cultural Exchange Soccer Clinic" presented by Lehigh Valley United at the Lehigh Valley SoccerFest & Viewing Party at SteelStacks. The hands-on soccer clinic and event, led by LVU staff, players and adult volunteers representing some of the countries and cultures participating in the 2018 World Cup, is open to the first 200 children who register.
During the LVU clinic, participants will be organized into 'teams' representing countries taking part in the World Cup in Russia. The 60-minute clinic will feature one-on-one drills, skills challenges and even small 'team' matches pitting one 'country' against another. LVU staff, players and adult volunteer parents speaking Spanish, French and other languages are expected to be part of the event.