2O23 Lollipops

Lollipop season starts Oct 7 at the Cape Coral Sport Complex (off Trafalgar Blvd).   

Check in will be under the green pavilion near the concession stand about 10 minutes before your first session. You will be provided a Jersey at this time.

Street Address:
1410 Sports Blvd. Cape Coral, FL 33991

The season dates are:
Oct 7, 14, 21, 28 Nov 11 & 18   (Trophy ceremony to follow Nov 18 session)  

Nov 4 no soccer City event at the park. 

The girls will play from 8:45 to 9:45.

The boys will play from 10:15 to 11:15.

 At the starting time above The Coach will blow a whistle to bring all the kids in and get them started.

Players will need a size 3 soccer ball and shin guards. 

Bring plenty of water for the kids to drink.

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About the Program

The Lollipop program is an entry level program designed for players that are being introduced to the game of soccer. Lollipop kids play for one hour per week on Saturday’s. This program is run by licensed coaches with some help from volunteers.  The players are not on individual teams.  There will be a pool of players at the field and we will call them in at the starting time.  We will have 5 stations with soccer related activities set up for the kids.  We will break them into groups and they will spend about 5 minutes at each station.  The coach will blow a whistle for the kids to rotate from station to station. If you come late and the players are already in their stations, look for a coach to assist you or go to the station with the fewest number of kids. 

After the players have been to each station we will call them in again and break them into groups for small sided games.

Small Sided Games:  Games will be 4v4 or 5v5 with an emphasis on learning the game of soccer and having fun.   We are looking for the parents to cheer on the players and refrain from coaching them during this time.

If you want to help run one of the stations please get to the field 15 minutes prior to the starting time.  We are always looking for volunteers such as older sibling to assist.  Community service hours can be given to high school students that help out.