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Rec Programs / In-House Leagues

Blaine Soccer Club Recreational Program

Here at Blaine Soccer Club, we offer multiple programs for players aged 3-15. The main focus for our programs is to provide a fun, player-focused environment for all players to join!

Soccer is a lifelong sport and we hope our players learn the enjoyment of soccer from a young age. Blaine Soccer Club's Recreational Program encourages players to learn and improve their skills while making new friends.

We hope all players, parents, and volunteers enjoy Blaine Soccer Club's Recreational Program!

Jr Little Kickers (3-4 years of age)

The Jr. Little Kickers is a fun filled introduction to soccer for young children aged 3 and 4 years old taught through "Adventure Soccer" activities. Each session is led by a professional trainer and registration includes a soccer t-shirt.


The game of soccer is accessible to everybody, regardless of the players' status in society. As organized sports go, it's relatively cheap, and many of the game's brightest stars have risen from very humble roots. 

The equipment required is very basic and registration costs are low.

Soccer is a simple sport to learn and play. Youngsters play soccer naturally, with very little initial instruction.

Players must think creatively and strategically and adapt to rapidly changing conditions; but at the heart of it, it's still a very simple game.

Soccer is a perfect combination of individual activity and team strategy in which players hone their skills and find ways to exhibit personal style, while at the same time, work closely as a team if they hope to achieve any measure of success.

Soccer is a game where scoring is not the only thing that matters. Smart, creative, heads-up play is just as important to coaches, players and spectators. 

Soccer requires and produces exceptional player fitness. It's a game in which players move constantly at various speeds and in various directions for ninety minutes, with very few interruptions. Players accelerate forward and move laterally all the time.

For millions of youth across the country it also provides tremendous social benefits, such as mixing with others, having to work as a team, contributing through individual effort to a collective goal, experiencing the highs and lows, picking each other up, competition, striving to be the best, aiming to win and supporting and helping others are all by products of playing soccer.