As 2019 draws to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on this incredible year! Join us in looking back on different partnerships, events, and accomplishments we’ve been making! Thank you for helping make all of the possible, we can’t wait to continue our journey into the new year.

Fall Season in Review:

  • Total Locations Hosted: 1,000
  • Total Classes Offered: 3,672
  • Total Kids Impacted: 30,000+

Super Soccer Stars is the Official Amateur Partner of the LA Galaxy

Super Soccer Stars is the Official Youth Program Partner of the Philadelphia Union for kids ages 1-6

We’ve partnered with MLS organizations to bring our specialized curriculum to younger players, while instilling a love and passion for the game and our community teams. This program provides families opportunities with upcoming MLS promotions, including discounted game tickets, newsletters, and the chance to watch their heroes in action.

Super Soccer Stars further expands its reach to the Tri-State area with the acquisition of Pro Soccer Kids and Soccer by Coach Fher

The acquisition of Pro Soccer Skids and Soccer by Coach Fher are the second and third companies this year to merge into the Super Soccer Stars business. With these additions, we were able to add about ten thousand children to our programs bringing us closer to fulfilling our goal of impacting over a million kids a year through Super Soccer Stars.

Super Soccer Stars partnered with Famer to bring our class curriculum and training programs directly to your mobile device!

Through Famer’s app, our coaches can now provide instructional videos on how to perform Super Soccer Stars’ drills at home, as well as assign weekly workouts and provide progress reports to Super Soccer Stars’ athletes and parents. This digital subscription service is available in seasonal packages, and will be a core part of the Super Soccer Stars training curriculum going forward.

Super Soccer Stars Mall Playspace

This year, we opened a new location at the Oxford Valley Mall in Pennsylvania. This is an incredible opportunity for our Community!

  • Our experiential mall store features:
    • Large, indoor play space
    • State-of-the-art turf field
    • Enhanced playing experience
    • Additional parent seating
    • New birthday party & specialized camp opportunities

Plus, parents can run errands or relax while the kids are having a blast.

Soccer Stars United Achievements

Our 2004 Galaxy team won the 2018 US Club Soccer National Championship and competed at the USYS Championship at the end of the summer 2019. 

They Subsequently qualified to participate in the 2019-20 National League for the first time! The USYS National League is the most competitive, elite youth soccer competition in the country. The Galaxy Team held the #1 ranked spot in the country for over 14 months and currently sit 3rd in the NY State and 15th in Region 1 which encompasses prominent teams on the East Coast. The team comprises of both a number of talented scholars who participate thanks to the support and generosity of the Soccer Stars Foundation, as well as a number of players who have participated in Soccer Stars classes since they were 3 and 4 years old!

  • National: 82
  • Region 1: 15
  • State (NYE): 3
  • Score: 39.46

Soccer Stars Foundation

This past June, Round Star Foundation became Soccer Stars Foundation. With this rebranding, the Foundation is now more closely aligned with Soccer Stars, the umbrella organization for both the Foundation and for Super Soccer Stars, which had become one of the nation’s largest soccer development programs for children. On the horizon for 2020, Soccer Stars Foundation will be redesigning their support coach program, offering more open soccer classes to the special needs community, and providing additional coach trainings across the nation. The Foundation will have a renewed focus on two core values: inclusion and access. Inclusion, meaning that everyone in the neighborhoods they serve, regardless of age, gender, ability, or socio-economic status, can experience high-quality soccer programming. And access, meaning that each player is given the individual support and resources they require to not only “be” in a soccer class but to fully and successfully participate.

Look out for the next installment of The Pitch, our quarterly newsletter!