Lil' Boots Juniors (Ages 3-4)

All players will receive a Golden Boot Soccer t-shirt to celebrate our 20th anniversary season in 2018.

Classes will be held at the JCC of Northern Virginia, 8900 Little River Turnpike in Fairfax.

Registration for our indoor Winter Session II is open.

Our Lil' Boots programs fill quickly and can develop a waitlist. If you are interested in a class, we encourage you to register for the waitlist, as spots may open up or a new section may be created. If we are unable to accommodate your player, we will issue a full refund of your registration fee.


Winter Session II (February - March)


 9:00-10:00 am

 2/3-3/17  Jewish Community Center  $170 Click here to register

 10:00-11:00 am

 2/3-3/17  Jewish Community Center  $170 Click here to register


Winter Session I (December-January, with no classes Dec. 18-Jan. 1)

Saturdays  9:00-10:00 am  12/2-1/27  Jewish Community Center  $170 Click here to register
Saturdays  10:00-11:00 am  12/2-1/27  Jewish Community Center  $170 Click here to register

Lil' Boots is the perfect introduction for children ages 3-4 to the wonderful game. It is a program specially designed to initiate a positive experience for young players while learning the basic fundamental skills of the game. The program focuses on teaching soccer fundamentals through fun activities and small sided games. Lil' Boots Juniors builds self-esteem, confidence, and promotes sportsmanship and fair play all while developing a child's coordination, physical, mental and social skills in a non-competitive environment.

Lil' Boots players are also introduced to age-appropriate cognitive training techniques to help develop the mental skills they need for soccer: attention, awareness, communication, decision-making, memory, and more. By training the body and brain together, players develop a stronger set of skills to help them on and off the field.


  •    Introduction to the fundamental skills of the game.
  •    Builds confidence and self-esteem.
  •    Improves physical abilities such as coordination and balance.
  •    Develops social skills and learning how to interact with peers.
  •    Develops cognitive skills such as multitasking and problem solving.

  •    Teaches sportsmanship and fair play.
  •    Excitement and fun playing the beautiful game.


  •    Innovative curriculum consists of age-appropriate fun soccer-related activities.
  •    Low trainer-to-player ratio
  •    Experienced, enthusiastic and patient staff.