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April 24, 2024

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Kick the Cold This Spring at Spartan Soccer Academy, Ages 3-15

Watch your little one discover and display their talents at such an early age. Begin with a strong foundation, sign up today! 

Whether you think you have a little "Ronaldo" or mini "Mia Hamm" at home, or you just want your child to learn the game of soccer in a safe and structured environment, Spartan Soccer Academy's the place for you.

DSC_3028_edited.jpgThere are two leagues with registration open now — the Mini Spartans for ages 3-5 and the Develoment Academy for ages 5-13. These 10-week seasons begin March 4 at Showtime Sports Academy in Franklin. Both leagues follow the same format with once weekly practices and games every Saturday morning.

Every program has a “drop-in” option for those wanting to try a session first, or to offer flexibility for hectic schedules. The coaching staff are experienced in working with children of all skill levels to ensure each player is progressing and having fun.


Children (ages 3-5) are placed in a competitive and fun training program where they will learn and understand the fundamentals of soccer and team dynamics.


Kids (ages 5-6, up to 13) compete in this competitive soccer league that is affordable for families, but with the professional training you’d expect from private lessons.

They offer programs year round and for all ages and skill levels. So, make sure to check out their upcoming spring camps, summer camps and small sided tournaments in Franklin, Murfreesboro and Spring Hill/Columbia.

Showtime Sports Academy is located at 119 Seaboard Ln Suite #402 in Franklin. Cost for the whole season is $150 per player OR drop-in for $20 per week. Use code: NASHPARENT10 for 10% off your first season! See website for more info or call 615-633-5967.



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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.