FALL CLASSES

SEPTEMBER 12 - NOVEMBER 5 (Nov/Dec session to follow)

EIGHT AMAZING WEEKS

OF COAST SPORTS FUN

CLASSES:

ATOMS

2.5 - 3.5 Years Old

FUTURE ALL-STARS

3.5 - 5.5 Years Old

SOCCER

3.5 - 6 Years Old

Back to school, back to work, back to schedules, and bedtimes, and life flying by way too quickly.  Take an hour a week and slow it down.  Bring your kid out to one of our Soccer, Future All-Star or Atoms classes.  Sit on the sideline and just smile, watching your kid have a blast running, kicking, throwing, and most of all, laughing.

 

Our experienced coaches teach without teaching, and our kids develop skills and confidence through games that are original, imaginative and often, over-the-top silly.  Choose from a menu of weekly classes or get a group of friends and create a class of your own.  You bring the kids, we’ll bring the fun.

 

About to enter our 20th year, we celebrate the thousands of families who have supported us all along the way.  What began as a class with one ball, ten kids and laughter so loud it could be heard across time and space, has grown into an empire of fun.  Sign up and see for yourself...

ACTIVITIES

Each day is unique at Coast Sports’ fall classes, but here is a sample of some activities your kid(s) will enjoy! Trust us, they’ll be asking for more, and we always come up with new ideas to make the day even more fun!

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MEET THE COACHES

Our coaches are the heart and soul of our program.

 

With Christian, Tracey, Pete, Ricky and Cooper, we have a team that is experienced, responsible and committed to sparking a love of sports in all of our kids  Christian, Pete and Ricky are high school and club soccer coaches of considerable renown.

 

Cooper enjoys a reputation as the premier basketball, flag football and baseball coach on the Westside.

 

And there is no one more creative than Tracey when it comes to nurturing the artist in all of us.

ABOUT COACH STEVE (MASTER OF MIRTH)

 

Coach Steve took an unlikely and circuitous path to his present career destination. Determined from an early age to break into the movie business, he ran the Yale Film Society during his tenure at that small and obscure Ivy League school. Coming out of college he found himself traveling the world producing television commercials then spent a decade as a terminally aspiring screenwriter before stumbling into the world of youth sports. With an energetic four year old wanting to play soccer, Steve fell back on his distant high school experience and with a bag of balls (and a few How-To books), he brought Evan and a dozen of his friends out to the wilds of Barrington where together they dipped a toe into what has become an endless sea of soccer.

 

What twenty years ago began as an excuse for father-son bonding has turned into a year round enterprise that includes weekly classes, summer camps, holiday clinics and private lessons. And while this might not be the precise realization of Steve’s silver screen dreams (though the videos in our Video Gallery and on YouTube and Vimeo are not half bad), it does fulfill his aspirations of reaching a widespread and appreciative audience every day.

 

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