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Parents! Look no further for a summer camp for your child aged 5-9 years old this summer. SportStars is Mississauga's best recreational soccer program. We design all our programs so that our kids soccer players feel great and want to keep coming back. We think that no matter what you're trying to teach, if the children are engaged and having fun it's a better experience. And they learn more too!!
Why do we think we're the best program in the city for your child? It's simple: Great coaches • The best facility! • Excellent kickoff times • No pressure on the kids - just fun
What are you waiting for. Scroll through the site and register your child for one of our exciting youth soccer programs.
SportStars Youth Soccer Club offers age specific programs at the following links Toddler Soccer (Born in 2019) • PreSchool Soccer (Born in 2018) • Girls & Boys Soccer (Born in 2016/17) • Kids Soccer (Born in 2014/15/16) • Youth Soccer (Born in 2011/12/13) • u12 Soccer (Born in 2008/09/10)
The exact nature of our programs are subject to change and based on social distancing protocols. Scrimmages and games are subject to contact sports being permitted. However, many individual skills, drills and shooting practices can be done with social distancing in mind.Sign Up Now >>
The day starts at 9AM where parents are met by Coach Andrew! Every day has a different mix of programming in order to keep things exciting and welcoming to our kids. Here is an example:
9:00AM: Welcome kids in Applewood's main double gym gym, a safe space where chaos can happen and kids can kick the balls for a few moments while parents check in, update emergency contact info
9:15AM: Break the kids into small groups for a team building exercise and to learn some names
9:30AM: Let's go to the field and do some quick warm ups, run the track, some wind sprints.
9:45AM: Coaches will guide kids through 3x10 minute drills focused on passing, shooting and other basic soccer skills
SNACKTIME: In the middle of the drills, coaches will have children grab a snack and make sure they are hydrated well in advance of our scrimmage sessions
10:30AM: Kids are broken into teams for a scrimmage session with potential team rebalancing throughout
11:30AM: Coaches break up the soccer and play a fun game such as "capture the flag."
12PM: Parents pick up their children
Parents will drop off the children between 12:45 and 1PM and met by Coach Andrew in the gym
1PM: Welcome kids in Applewood's main double gym gym, a safe space where chaos can happen and kids can kick the balls for a few moments while parents check in, update emergency contact info
1:15PM: 15 minutes of introductions on day 1 followed by some game theory and "today's focus" on subsequent days
1:45PM: Break into small groups to introduce the drills for the day. These will be taught and initially practiced indoors to minimize UV
2:15PM: Let's get outside and work on those drills.
SNACKTIME: Go inside to re-hydrate, grab a snack and cool off
3PM: Kids are broken into teams for a scrimmage session with potential team rebalancing throughout
4PM: Coaches break up the soccer and play a fun game such as "capture the flag."
4:30PM: Parents pick up their children
Applewood Heights is a Secondary School where we have both a brand new turf field and a double gymnasium
Our program is about 60% soccer and 40% other in order to keep children's minds engaged and having fun
Parents should have a backpack with a change of clothers in case it rains, water, snacks (no nut based please), 2 pairs of shoes (again in case it rains wet sneakers are dangerous on a gym floor)
We accept early dropoffs and late pickups for a supplementary $40 charge per week.
No program is currently open for registration.
We're centrally located at Bloor & Tomken a few minutes east of Square One to deliver a convenient Mississauga Youth Soccer Offering
For those looking for Etobicoke Youth Soccer Programs, please don't look us over. We are 7 minutes from 427/Bloor and an excellent option for our eastward friends.
Even though we're not Oakville Soccer, we do have many parents that join. Whether it's our Rain or Shine offering or our convenient weekday offerings, we offer something few others can.
Our programs vary greatly depending on the age of the child. Regardless of the youngest or the oldest, our coaches work on a 10 week rotating curriculum that focuses on key outcomes for that week. The program rotates so
one missed week is not detrimental and children can join anytime. For example, they may have missed "left foot kicks" but that will come around again.
The nature of our programs and coaching is also such that competitive kids are encouraged and challenged by the coaches while introductory children are supported by the coaches.
Toddler Soccer is for parents toddlers aged 18 months to 2 ½ years looking to try soccer or an activity possibly for the first time. Children may or may not be comfortable leaving Mom or Dad and a supporting hand from the Parent is encouraged. Our coaches support children through different games focused on learning basic agility such as balance or kicking. Children will naturally be learning colors and counting throughout.a Most importantly, this is an exciting opportunity for children to become independent and "learn how to be coached."Learn more about our toddler soccer program
PreSchool Soccer, children soccer players 2 ½ to 3 ½ years old, builds on the toddler program. While the games are similar, the expectations are different. Children may be supported by parents for a few classes but by about the 3rd class should be fully independent from Mom or Dad. Most children will understand instruction and many begin to thrive in the program. At this point parents should expect that the program is 80% fun and 20% soccer many drills barely resembling the game.Learn more about our preschool soccer program
Girls and Boys Soccer, for those aged 3 ½ to 5 years old, begins to focus on teamwork and after several sessions may introduce the concept of a "soccer game." Parents should be aware that children at this age rarely pass and certainly don't function as a team. Our coaches are instructed that it is better to change the game than to promote "fun anarchy."Learn more about our boys and girls soccer program
Kids Soccer, for kids aged 5 to 7, starts to resemble what parents would expect from a "soccer program." Soccer drills from the OSA player development guides are introduced. Has a topic to focus on and for the first time a significant amount of time is dedicated in each session to a soccer games/scrimmage.Learn more about our kids soccer program
These programs, youth soccer players aged 7-9 and 9-11, build upon the kids program above but with greater honing of skills and a higher percentage of game play. for those wondering between us and a soccer club or an academy we focus on two things. 1) We think we do a better job with the non-rep players. 2) We invest more into our young kids (those aged under 12) than the clubs that invest heavily into the senior teams.Learn more about our youth soccer program