SOCCER SHOTS CHARLESTON COVID-19 UPDATE
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all Soccer Shots programming has been postponed until April. We are closely watching the recommendations of the WHO (World Health Organization), the CDC (Center for Disease Control), and the State and National government as we prepare for the future. We will send our regular updates via email about the course we will take moving forward. If you do not receive these emails and would like to, please reach out to us at [email protected]
Wondering how to talk to your children about the Coronavirus? Here’s a great resource on how to prepare for questions they might ask and how you can respond.
As always, please reach out to us with any questions or concerns you may have! Thank you for your continued trust in Soccer Shots and we look forward to seeing your child on Soccer Island!

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can my child participate in Soccer Shots?

Soccer Shots is held at childcare centers, preschools and schools, as well as public locations. Our public programs are open to the general public while our childcare center and school programs are only open to those enrolled at the location.

What type of equipment will my child need to participate?

Soccer Shots provides all of the equipment needed at each of our sessions. Your child should wear activity-appropriate clothing. Cleats and shin guards are NOT necessary.

How do I know the locations of the park programs?

To find public programs in your area, select View Locations at the top of this page.

Can I have Soccer Shots start a park program near me?

Yes! We are always willing to start a public program near you. The easiest way for this to happen is for you to form a group of eight children willing to take part in a Soccer Shots season. These could be children from your neighborhood, friends from church or synagogue, or your parent groups. We’re happy to help talk through ideas on how to make this happen. Please contact your local director for more information.

What can I expect from a Soccer Shots session?

Our weekly 30-40 minute sessions focus on basic soccer skills like dribbling, passing and shooting. Through fun games and positive reinforcement, children will begin to experience the joy of playing soccer and being active. We also highlight a positive character trait each session such as respect, teamwork and appreciation.

What happens if a session is cancelled due to inclement weather?

Soccer Shots attempts to make up all missed sessions during the course of a season. We will either add an additional week to the season or choose a make-up day.

How do I know if a session is cancelled due to in inclement weather?

In the case of inclement weather, Soccer Shots will notify you of any cancelations and make up sessions. We generally try to notify you of cancelations at least 2 hours before the start of the session.