If upcoming weather impacts your soccer class, Kidz Love Soccer has three ways of communicating class cancellations:
- The Kidz Love Soccer app lets you receive cancellation notifications automatically on your iPhone or Android device.
- Our class status page lists all cancellations as they occur for the current day.
- Our Class Status Hotline: 1-888-372-5803 provides a list by state of all class status updates.
The free Kidz Love Soccer mobile app is the only way to receive cancellation notifications on your smartphone. Whether the rain has flooded your field, your coach is out sick, or the class is on a scheduled holiday, the Kidz Love Soccer App keeps you up to date in real time!
As we begin each new season, be sure to update the app with your current class information.
On the app, click on the + on the top right to add a new class and receive cancellation notifications.
Don't have the app yet? Just go to the class status page and click the appropriate link at the top of the page to download it today!
Welcome to Kidz Love Soccer
For more than 30 years, Kidz Love Soccer has been providing communities in California, Oregon, Washington and now Texas with fun, organized soccer classes and camps for children ages 2 to 12 years. We create a lively, positive and safe environment for kids to learn how to play soccer and develop a lifelong love for soccer and sports. Just ask one of our 600,000 graduates!
Kidz Love Soccer has a team of trained instructors that love teaching and bring a lot of energy and enthusiasm to the soccer field. Using our field-tested and age-appropriate proprietary curriculum, our youth classes teach kids all the fundamentals of soccer in a high-energy, non-competitive program designed to encourage good sportsmanship and a love for sports.
This year, we're excited to expand our program to include classes for adults, beginning with a new training program for women.
Let's Play Soccer!
Kidz Love Soccer offers youth soccer classes and soccer camps in more than 160 communities throughout California, Oregon, Texas and Washington, often through local city recreation and parks departments.