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Lil’ Kickers Child Development Soccer Launches

Parents and children are invited to attend this fun-filled event to try a free class, meet the coaches and learn more about the program.

Soccer just got more exciting for kids around Murfreesboro with the launch of Lil’ Kickers, a national child development program that uses soccer to help kids ages 18 month to 9-years-old to tackle important developmental milestones through age-appropriate, fun activities.

Lil’ Kickers Murfreesboro will host a free community soccer event for kids at two locations:

  • Oakland High School Indoor Training Center (2225 Patriot Dr, Murfreesboro) on Saturday April 6th (9 a.m. – 11 p.m.)
  • MTSU Indoor Soccer Arena (1848 Blue Raider Dr, Murfreesboro) on Sunday April 7th (1 – 3 p.m.).

Parents and children are invited to attend this fun-filled event to try a free class, meet the coaches and learn more about the program. All kids that attend will receive a free Lil’ Kickers T-shirt.

“We are beyond excited to bring Lil’ Kickers to Murfreesboro,” says Lil’ Kickers Murfreesboro owner Josh Bowden. “This is an amazing program for children to participate in and enjoy a fun experience like no other.  Kids will have so much fun while learning soccer skills and life lessons. We cannot wait to embark on this journey and impact the lives of children in our community!”

Lil’ Kickers programming will run year-round beginning April 13, 2024. 50-minute weekly classes are led by highly trained, imaginative and energetic coaches who engage kids with high enthusiasm. They challenge and encourage the kids to learn and accomplish new things. The curriculum, based on renowned child development theories, is tailored to how kids learn at each stage of their development.

For more information, visit http://lilkickers.com.

 

 

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