Champions Division Soccer Program

Registration

The registration fee is $80.  All registration is done through TeamSnap.

Cancellation Policy: If a registration is withdrawn before April 1st, all but $10 will be refunded.  There will be no refund for withdrawals after April 1st.

Champions Division Spring Soccer

The Champions Division is Radnor Soccer Club's exciting soccer program designed specifically for boys and girls with special needs. The program emphasizes teamwork and social skills while introducing participants to the game of soccer. This program is designed for special needs participants of all ability levels with an emphasis on fun and fundamentals, not competition. Our professional coaches and volunteers work together to create a fun, friendly, and positive environment for all participants.

This spring, Radnor Soccer Club will be sponsoring a skills and drills program on Saturday mornings for children with special needs in grades K-8.

Registration

Click here to register.

Eligibility

Any child attending Kindergarten through 8th grades in the 2018-19 school year.

Session Dates and Locations

Sessions are scheduled to be held at the Radnor Elementary School soccer fields on Saturday morning from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Session dates: April 13th and 27th, May 4th, 11th and 18, and June 1st. Make-up day will be June 8th

Note: no session on April 20st (Easter Weekend) or May 25th (Memorial Day weekend).

Coaches

Professional coaches with special needs training supported by volunteers will organize the practices and run the games.

If you would like to volunteer to help coach, please register through our TeamSnap system or contact Kathy Mair at katmair@comcast.net.

Vice President

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Kathy Mair, the Vice President of the Champions League at katmair@comcast.net.

What people are saying about us

“The professional coaches have a love of the game, and that is infectious and being passed along to the next generation.”

“I think my son's coach is great, he sees mistakes/issues in the game and they work on it in practice.”

“The coach does a great job with the kids!”