2017 Soccer Clinic – Off To A Great Start

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What better way to start your Saturday morning with soccer? Shoelace Park (corner of 213th and Bronx Blvd) was brimming with excitement, fun and happiness. Children donned their new lime green t-shirts with pride and represented the mission of T.O.P Soccer — training, optimism and persistence.

It is not too late to sign up your son or daughter. Please call 914.434.0958 for details. Also, like and follow us Facebook and Instagram.
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Spring Cleaning A Success!

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Benign weather conditions allowed for a successful spring cleaning event at Wakefield Playground. Sunny and 56 degrees fahrenheit proved to be the catalyst behind productivity and teamwork. A group of twelve individuals participated and engaged in mulching, sweeping, painting and washing playground equipment. The selflessness exhibited underscores the value of cooperation. T.O.P Soccer was a piece of the puzzle that contributed to creating a clean playground for the spring and summer (2017) season — positively impacting youth and community event personified.

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Community Outreach: Spring Cleaning

On Saturday, April 8 T.O.P Soccer is partnering with Friends of Wakefield, NYC Parks and Partnership for Parks for a fantastic community outreach event at Wakefield Playground. The project is a spring cleaning event, where mulching, painting and much more will take place. Free t-shirts are provided at the event!

This is a fantastic opportunity for children, adults and community members to become actively involved. Let us all come together and make a difference, make an impact and serve our community!

Details
Saturday, April 1
11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Wakefield Playground
Carpenter Ave. between E 240th Ave. and E 239th Ave.

Click on the link below!
Spring Cleaning- TOP Soccer Flyer

Sign Up for Soccer Today – Space is Limited!

Dear community, T.O.P Soccer is happy to announce the fourth edition of our Soccer Clinics. Below lists information on our newly established a customized package.

Details:
Ages 5-12 (boys and girls)
10 sessions (session = 50 minutes)
April 15th – June 17th
Saturdays 9 am & 10 am
Location: Corner of Bronx Blvd. & 213th street

Price: $45
Children receive a t-shirt and bag.
Healthy snacks provided at every session!

Click on “flyer” link below!
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Positively Impacting Youth and Community Development!

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T.O.P Soccer, partnered with New York City Parks Department to contribute soccer programming at the “She’s On Point” event on Saturday, March 11. The origin of this event was created to recognize the accomplishments of young women of all ages in a variety of sports. There were over one hundred girls and boys who attended — the end result, was fun for all! For some, it was the their first time playing soccer, while others had previous engagements with the sport. T.O.P Soccer’s volunteer participation underscores the organization’s notion of positively impacting youth and community development.

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Volunteering

Why is volunteering important? It is an extension of one’s self or services. In other words, it is a selfless act that contributes towards making a positive impact. At T.O.P Soccer, it is our social responsibility to make a positive impact, especially to our community. On Saturday, March 11, we are volunteering with New York City Parks at the “She’s On Point” event at West Bronx Recreation Center, located at 1527 Jesup Avenue, Bx. N.Y.10452, from 11am to 3pm.

This FREE event is dedicated towards recognizing the accomplishments of young women of all ages in a variety of sports. The theme of the event will be to focus on Sports, Fitness, Outdoor Adventure, Healthy choices and Mentorship Activities.

Please click on the link below for more details.

1She On Point 2017 flyer

The Future!

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What if we could envision the future for our community? What would it be like? In a perfect world, safety, cooperation, justice, equality and youth development may be a few answers that come to mind. The reality — we are a long way from achieving this utopia, however, it is still attainable through entities that want to inspire change. How does T.O.P Soccer fit into this equation? Simple — empower future leaders through soccer. This, in fact, is a commitment which requires consistent collaboration from all stakeholders. Who is a stakeholder? Chances are if you’re reading this, you’re a stakeholder! As a stakeholder, you can get involved by doing any of the following for the 2017 season:

– Enroll your child/children into the program
– Volunteer as a soccer coach
– Volunteer as an administrator/advocate/consultant
– Donate

Remember, the future of our youth is in our hands. Let’s make a difference today!

Saturday Morning Sessions Are Back!!!

T.O.P Soccer Clinics will begin on Saturday, April 16 at 9 am. We welcome boys and girls ages 5 through 12 into our program. Classes are held outdoors at Bronx Blvd. Park (corner of Bronx Blvd and 213th street). Space is limited! To register your son or daughter please do the following:

Contact Jason Francis 914.434.0958
Complete a registration/waiver form (forms are provided on-site)

And remember…it’s ONLY $5 per session. One session is 50 minutes long!

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Soccer Coaches Needed!

T.O.P Soccer is currently seeking passionate and qualified soccer coaches for our indoor winter program. For more information about this unique opportunity please email jason@topsoccerinc.org.

We are looking for coaches that possess the following:

-Passionate about youth and community development.
-Working knowledge of soccer.
-Creative with developing soccer drills/stations/games
-Great teacher and positive thinker.
-Coaching license a plus but not required.

A New Beginning

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T.O.P Soccer’s grassroots program kicked off on Saturday, October 19, 2013 with a positive response. Kids were engaged and parents expressed their satisfaction.

“Why didn’t this program arrive sooner?” “What can I do to help?” “This is great for our youth and community.” These were some of the questions and comments from parents. They were keen on-lookers as they saw their kids listen, learn and have fun on the soccer field. For some, it was their first time participating in a soccer program while others have had frequent encounters with the popular sport. From the looks of it – kids can’t wait until next week!

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