CBAA TOPSoccer will return to the field in April 2015. Check back to this site in February to register for the Spring 2015 season.
TOPSoccer, or The Outreach Program for Soccer, is a nationally run organization under the U.S. Youth Soccer organization. It helps get soccer programs for children with physical or intellectual disabilities started in communities.This program adapts to the needs of each individual and allows each child to gain experience in a team sport in a non-competitive environment.
The CBAA TOPSoccer program is offered to children from 5 to 14 years of age (exceptions can be made for older children). The program consists of six to eight weekly one-hour sessions that provide a fun learning environment in which the players can develop soccer-related skills, learn how to play within a team, and build self-confidence in a positive and nurturing environment.
The exact schedule for all sessions will be determined prior to the start of each season and is posted on our team website.
If you believe your child would have an interest in this program, or if you would like to volunteer to help us with this program, please register.
How Can You Help?
Volunteer Buddies are essential to make the CBAA TOPSoccer program work. Please consider becoming a buddy:
If you would like to volunteer, please register now. If you do not have a child participating in the TOPSoccer program, simply select the "Register as a Volunteer" option on the online registration form. Your help is greatly appreciated!
What do Buddies Do?
Buddies are responsible for leading up to 2
Who is Eligible to Participate in the CBAA TOPSoccer Program?
Any elementary school age child with a disability is eligible to participate in the CBAA TOPSoccer program. Disabilities might include, but not be limited to:
- Down Syndrome
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Cerebral Palsy
- Sight or Hearing Impaired
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Why Should Your Child Participate?
- 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 based upon ability!
- It is going to be a lot of FUN!
What is Expected of the Parents?
- Be Present at All Sessions
- Mark Equipment with the Player's Name
- Provide Adequate Information about Your Child's Needs
- Get Involved
- Be Positive
- Make Equipment Safe
- Prepare Your Child
TOPSoccer Needs Buddies!
If you know someone 14 years of age or older who would like to help our players learn to play and enjoy soccer, please ask them to sign up as a volunteer.
Click here for more info.
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