KIX4KIDZ is a recreational soccer program open to boys and girls 4 to 8 years old. it is designed to:
KIX4KIDZ is developed for kids. our purpose for this program is to encourage self-expression and creativity in a fun and safe environment. we aim to shape positive self-images where kids can be playful and feel comfortable socializing in a group setting.
Sat. Nov. 13, 2021 – Sat. Jan. 15, 2022
9:00am-10:00am (exclusion dates Sat. Dec.25/21 & Jan 1/22)
Prime Athletic Centre (PAC):
1192 Martin Grove Rd., Etobicoke, ON
Registration Fee: $159.99 + HST
Official Macron Kit (jersey, shorts, socks) included.
Our coaches are trained staff who are supported both on and off the field by the academy’s technical coaching team. Our KIX4KIDZ philosophy:
All KIX4KIDZ registrants receive:
Designed by our experienced team behind Bryst Football Academy, KIX4KIDZ was developed to provide a safe, positive, and friendly environment where players are introduced to the beautiful game. Once players master the skills of the KIX4KIDZ Program, they are identified and graduated into Bryst Football Academy Soccer School. Players will learn soccer skills and develop confidence. Young players are inspired to grow and be involved in the game, enjoy playing, and stay in the sport. It is also a great opportunity to make new friends! In addition to being grouped by age, players are taught the appropriate skills at each level. Players wishing to advance their game will be challenged to higher levels.
Bryst Football Academy Soccer School is a skills development pathway for players who aspire to advance their game to higher levels and where players are identified for Bryst Football Academy Teams Program. Our Development Program will build upon the foundational skills and strengthen overall abilities. Players are then identified and graduated into our Pre-Academy Program which prepares the player with technical skills for our Bryst Football Academy Teams Program.
Refer to our Player Development Pathway to see the progression of a player through the different stages of Bryst FA development.