Program Director: Coach Adam Kenes
Contact Phone – 918-574-5993
Email address [email protected]
Manager – Chika Clements 918-809-3694
Ages: Boys & Girls Ages 7 – 18
Location: Owasso Sports Complex
TOPSoccer furthers US Youth Soccer’s mission of fostering the physical, mental and emotional growth and development of America’s youth through the sport of soccer at all levels. In short, TOPSoccer takes kids from the sidelines to participating in the game. Just talk with the parents or participants of TOPSoccer and you’ll understand why TOPSoccer?
What are the beneﬁts of TOPSoccer for my child?
•Your child will develop a sense of belonging to a community.
•Learn the value of being part of a team.
•Improved self-esteem, fitness and social skills.
What is the role of the TOPSoccer parent?
As a TOPSoccer parent you need to:
•Provide transportation to and from all practices and games, ensuring that the player is prompt.
•Attend all practices and games.
•Lend support in a positive manner.
•Provide any pertinent information about your child to the coaches and administrators.
What should families expect from the program?
•A fun and meaningful experience for you and your family.
•Games and activities adapted to ensure your child’s participation.
•Safe and healthy environment.
•Parents will have the opportunity to network with other families for support and information-sharing.
TOP SOCCER BUDDY PROGRAM
We are looking for volunteer buddies age 12 and up to assist the players. TOPSoccer buddies are an invaluable part of the program and a great way to make a difference in someone’s life while having fun.
The role of the Buddy may include but not be limited to:
- Enabling a player to participate/play
- Assist/Create/Direct/Guide/Teach in a FUN learning environment
- Continuously monitor/assess the player
- Interacting with players, coaches, parents
- Role may vary widely depending upon needs of the player
If possible, we hope that buddies can commit to all sessions to help provide consistency for the players and program.
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