YMCA Youth Outdoor Soccer

Member Registration: May 2-22
Nonmember Registration: May 6-22
**$15 late fee applies after May 22
Practice: Starts the week of June 13 First Game: June 22-23 No games: July 4-5 (Shin guards are required. Cleats are optional.)

YMCA Youth Sports programs help kids become not only better players, but better people as well! With an emphasis on fair play and safety first, our program is progressive with age-appropriate rules to help teach the sport for kids and keep it fun. Our leagues build winners in life, emphasizing good sportsmanship, fitness, fair play, fundamentals and fun while implementing our core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.

The YMCA of Natrona County utilizes volunteer coaches who focus on participation and best experiences. While emphasizing fundamental skills of the game like dribbling, passing and defense; participation is key to the learning process and development gained through practices and games. Every child gets to play; and games are safe, exciting and fun!

Honoring the Y's core values

Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility - the YMCA of Natrona County provides a quality experience for players, coaches and families that promotes the development of each athlete to reach their highest potential through skill refinement, teamwork and sportsmanship. Youth learn new skills, make new friends and set individual and team goals, all the while improving self-confidence, promoting diversity and increasing self-esteem.

Character Development

Believing is the first step to being - At the Y, we believe everyone deserves the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential and live their best lives. The YMCA's core values - Caring, Respect, and Responsibility - serve as our guide, helping our members and participants to be more healthy, confident, connected and secure.
Character Development gives us the ability to meet our mission. By holding ourselves accountable and building character around our core values, we connect all people to their potential, purpose and each other.

  • Caring: show a sincere concern for others. Related values: compassion, forgiveness, generosity and kindness
  • Honesty: Be truthful in what you say and do. Related values: integrity and fairness
  • Respect: Treat each other as we'd all like to be treated. Related values: acceptance, empathy, self-respect and tolerance.
  • Responsibility: Be accountable for your promises and action. Related values: commitment, courage, good health, service and citizenship.