Kindergarten Soccer Program


The registration fee is $135. Fee increases to $160 after July 1.

Cancellation Policy: If a registration is withdrawn before September 1, all but $10 will be refunded.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

Kindergarten Soccer League

The soccer program for kindergarten children is a great opportunity to start learning the basics of soccer while having fun in a low-pressure environment. The Radnor Soccer League training program is based on grade years to ensure our young players are with their classmates and friends while on the field.


Any child born before August 1, 2013 or attending Kindergarten in the fall of 2018. Participants must be Radnor Township residents or attend school in Radnor Township.


September through November.


  • Boys: Practices will be held Monday nights from 6-7PM at Warren Filipone Field.
  • Girls: Practices will be held on Tuesday nights from 6-7PM at Warren Filipone Field.

Game Information

  • Boys: Saturday, 9-10:30am at Filipone Field
  • Girls: Saturday, 10:30-noon at Filipone Field

Games will be played according to the USYS rules:

  • 4v4 - Four field players and no goalies
  • Four 8-minute quarters.  Coaches are encouraged to make substitutions in between periods.


Players are placed on parent-coached teams of 8 -12 players.  You will receive more information about your team in early September.  Please be patient; most team notifications occur during the first week of school.  TeamSnap will be updated as soon as more information becomes available.


Parent coaches lead all practices and games.  Parent coaches will follow the NSCAA curriculum for player development.

If you would like to volunteer to be a parent coach please register through our TeamSnap system.

Vice President

If you would like to volunteer to be the Vice President of Kindergarten Boys or Girls Soccer please contact David Natt at

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!”