Youth Clinics


             All classes (aka: clinics) meet once-a-week for 8 weeks.

2+ Yr Old Soccer Playtime Classes:

These classes (ages 2-3½) are formed all the time. Please call (756-3200) or                                email ( with questions or to check on availability.

*3-4 Yr Old Soccer Introduction Classes:

>Mondays: 3:45-4:35pm, July 15 – Sept. 9 (next session starts Sept. 16)

>Thursdays: 3:45-4:35pm, July 25 – Sept. 12 (next session starts Sept. 19)

>Saturdays: 9:30-10:20am, June 8 – Aug. 10 (next session starts Aug. 17)

**4-5 Year Old Clinics:

>Wednesdays: 3:45-4:35pm, July 10 – Aug. 28 (next session starts Sept. 4)

>Saturdays: 10:40-11:30am, June 8 – Aug. 10 (next session starts Aug. 17)

***5-7 Year Old Soccer Training Clinics:

>Tuesdays: 3:45-4:45pm, July 16 – Sept. 3 (next session starts Sept. 10)

7-9 Year Old Soccer Training Clinics:

>Tuesdays: 5:00-6:00pm, June 18 – Aug. 13 (next session starts Aug. 20)



> Each class meets once a week: 40 minutes for the 2+ year-olds, 50 minutes for 3-4’s & 4-5’s and one hour for the 5-6’s & 7-9’s.

> Sign up in the Goalgetters book at the Get Fit Sport front desk or by mail with a check or via PayPal to

> The fee is $149 per 8-week session (plus $15 if you want a Goalgetters t-shirt). There are no refunds (unless you do not get into your class).

> These sessions work on all soccer skills and are for beginners as well as those with experience.

> Each player must be ready to play with shorts, sweatpants or tights, a t-shirt, flat-soled shoes (not cleats) and shin guards with long socks (not required for the 2+, 3-4 or 4-5 year old classes). These are available at Soccer and Lifestyle on 2nd street in downtown Davis. Mention Goalgetters and get 10% off.

> Players must enter and stay in the field willingly and independently (especially pertinent for the 3-4’s). Parents may sit on the field for 2+ yr olds.

♦  Early sign-ups and waitlists may fill up a class so please make a 2nd choice. 


*3 year olds generally join the 3-4 year old class but younger 3’s may do the 2+ class. The 3-4 is appropriate if they are okay on the field without their parents & have decent listening skills (meaning for a 3 year old, of course).

**The 4-5 year old classes have a bit more structure than the classes for 3-4 year olds and a bit less than the 5-6. This class is generally (but not exclusively) for older 4’s and younger 5’s. Kids learn slightly more advanced skills than the 3-4’s.

***5-7 year olds classes (and older) are when the kids start scrimmaging. It is a great introduction to competition with an emphasis on sportsmanship and respect for all. We greatly value developing these attitudes for these ages.