Pre-K Description | Wilton Soccer Association
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Overview of the Pre-K Intramural Program


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  • In cooperation with Wilton Soccer Association (WSA), Mickey Kydes Soccer (MKS) will be running Pre-K clinics for 4 year-olds in the Fall of 2016. MKS is currently in charge of the WSA’s K-2nd grade intramural program and has over 25 years of experience working with children ages 3 to 20 years old. MKS also is in charge of Pre-K programs in Westport and Old Greenwich, CT. Our one hour clinic is a fun introduction to movement, flexibility, coordination, balance and the game of soccer. Each session has a different topic and is run by seasoned youth soccer clinicians with years of experience working with youth soccer clinics and camps. Players receive a t-shirt and love of the game. Please bring a ball, water, shin guards and appropriate soccer shoes. Please Note: Each player registered in the WSA Pre-K Clinic Program must be accompanied by an adult.

Important Registration Information: During the Pre-K registration process, please put a -2 or -1 in the grade field when you are asked to input your child's grade (Pre-K -2 has two years of pre-K soccer, Pre-K=-1).


Participant Birthday should be between 11/30/12-11/30/13


Program Highlights

  • 60 minutes per clinic
  • Once a week
  • 8 weeks long (no make ups)
  • Limited enrollment

Clinic Dates

Weekly Day Options

  • Monday: 1:45 – 2:45 pm
  • Wednesday: 1:45 – 2:45 pm
  • Friday: 1:45 – 2:45 pm


  • Allen Meadows #4


  • $180.00


Tots and Pre-K Soccer Developmental Clinics


Program Emphasis:

  • Basic Skill Development
  • Personal Development
  • Motor Skill Development
  • Fun – Enjoyment

Player Responsibilities:

  • Bring an inflated soccer ball
  • Bring soccer shoes and shin guards – SAFETY
    • We will not let a child participate if we feel it is unsafe
  • Bring water
  • Be on time
  • Good Attitude
  • Have Fun


  • Each child in this program must be accompanied by an adult
  • Parents are welcome to observe all sessions
  • Stay off training area during sessions, unless coach requests your assistance
  • Viewing on one side of field only (By the tree at Allen’s Meadow)
  • Please follow all parking area rules – Be very careful in parking lot!
  • For cancellations call the hotline: 203-221-2216
  • Coaches are free for questions before and after sessions - Not during sessions!


Week 1
Emphasis:  Fun, motor skills development, basic dribbling
Week 2
Emphasis:  Fun, motor skills development, dribbling (keeping ball close to you)
Week 3
Emphasis:  Fun, motor skills development, dribbling
Week 4
Emphasis:  Fun, dribbling (protecting ball)
Week 5
Emphasis:  Fun, dribbling (foot contacts)
Week 6
Emphasis:  Fun, dribbling & changing direction, independent decisions
Week 7
Emphasis:  Fun, dribbling and scoring, independent decisions
Week 8
Emphasis:  Fun


1. Small Sided Scrimmages
2. Everybody is involved and running
3. FUN