Our goal as a league is to spread the word through the community so that kids wanting to play soccer know about our program and have opportunities everyone to enjoy the beautiful game, regardless of their ability.
What is Tops soccer?
We are asking for a $15 donation per athlete.
The program is geared towards player development rather than to competition.
Who can participate?
Any child/young adult with a disability. Disabilities might include:
Sight or Hearing Impaired
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
What can the parents expect?
That it will be a fun and meaningful experience for their child.
That the games and activities will be adapted in ways that ensure the child will learn at his/her own pace.
Practices and games will be organized.
The program will improve the overall fitness, self-esteem and social skill of the child.
What are the benefits to the Tops Soccer Athlete?
The TOPSoccer athlete will develop a sense of belonging to a community and will learn the value of being part of a team.
The athlete will experience an increase in self-esteem, fitness and social skills.
Success is NOT based upon ability!
To register, make a donation or to volunteer..
Please contact Patrick Bridges at email@example.com
Or click on the REGISTER HERE link on the left side of this page.
The History of TOPSoccer US Youth Soccer, the nation’s largest youth sports organization, started TOPSoccer in 1991 to provide young players with disabilities an environment filled with meaningful learning, developmental and physical participation opportunities through the game of soccer. The volunteer TOPSoccer Committee, representing the 55 State Soccer Associations across the country, works to help players develop, compete, and achieve success according to their individual abilities. Through the efforts of people like you, a whole new world awaits these children. Reach out to bring them into our soccer family.
There are thousands of young players with disabilities throughout the
country who are looking to be part of the world’s greatest game.
TOPSoccer is a community based program that is designed to meet the needs of children and young adults aged 4 – 19 years that have physical and/or intellectual disabilities.