South End Soccer
Join us to celebrate 10 years with a night of shin guards & stilettos! As we look back on a fabulous decade of youth soccer in the heart of Boston, join us to continue the support and expand our community!
Date: Saturday October 27th, 2018, 6:00-10:00pm
Place: SoWa Power Station, 540 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02118
Honoring: Boston Police Athletic League, Boston University Government and Community Affairs, and Northeastern University City and Community Affairs
Featuring: Dancing and live music from Mo Bounce, food from neighborhood restaurants, live auction, surprise activities AND your amazing support of our urban youth playing soccer!
Attire: It’s a dance party so, wear your gowns, suits, AND dancing shoes! Have fun with party dresses and jackets with a flare of soccer-sporty!
Since founding in 2008, South End Soccer has been committed to giving urban youth the opportunity to play the world’s most popular sport regardless of prior experience or economic means. We offer recreational and competitive play for ages 5-18. We are a member of the Massachusetts Youth Soccer (MYSA), following their philosophy of coach training, instruction and play. We provide fun, age appropriate programs for your child that fosters comfort with the ball and a sense of teamwork. We use soccer as a tool to connect our diverse community, and overcome the obstacles that hinder urban youth and underserved communities from getting on the field and engendering a love of the game.
"We love South End Soccer. This program brings together people from all different backgrounds. The program's diversity and inclusion is amazing. Plus its a free program!"
Contact Boston Parks & Rec for more information: email@example.com, (617) 961-3084
Rec., In-House League (Grades K-6):
In-House Recreation League (Grades K-8), On-line registration closed, contact us if you want to play
2018 Fall Travel Teams (Grades 3-8):
High School Teams (Grades 9-12):
Referee Training (Ages 14+) - Great job for teens & adults!
“(My son) is learning patience. His social skills have improved.”
“When my daughter first started … she was timid and afraid to go after the ball… now she gets in there… her skills have grown incredibly.”