Adaptive Soccer at SLPR
Soccer season kicks off in the fall — and, now it can kick off for even more people with Adaptive Soccer. Adaptive Soccer Fun, “ASF,” literally kicks off the Spring session on Saturday, April 17th. The program runs every Saturday through June 12th, with a class time of 10:30am to 12pm.
This is a special needs soccer program aimed at people age 5 through adult who want to play soccer but are unable to participate in main stream programs. The program features clinic-like sections that focus on conditioning, basic skills, rules of the game and most importantly, having fun. Parents and families are encouraged to participate by either cheering on the sidelines or occasionally taking the field to scrimmage, as they desire. Lasting friendships have been developed between the players and families from Linden, Fenton, Swartz Creek, Davison, Grand Blanc, and more. The Vipers have been invited to play at special events at local high schools and universities. The team is run by long-time Coach Jerry Davis with assistance from a crew of “Buddies” who help out on the field.
April 17th to June 12th
Fenton High School Soccer Fields $45 Discounted for residents,
$55 Regular fee for non-residents