KICS Community League is a volunteer coaching, recreational soccer league for boys and girls ages U4-U14 years. Players are divided into divisions and teams based on age and skill level. In addition to KICS teams, local public elementary and middle schools partner with KICS to enter teams in the league to serve as an extension of school athletics.  Our community league aims to offer an educational and fun league experience that teaches the basic soccer skills to youth players with help from our parents, friends, family, neighbors and directors.  

Founded in 2006, the program serves over 1,600 near south and near west families with year round, volunteer based community soccer. The program serves families from the South Loop, Chinatown, Pilsen, Bridgeport, West Loop, University Village, Bronzeville, Kenwood and Hyde Park.

What is KICS Community League?

KICS Community League is a non-profit, volunteer coaching, recreational soccer league for boys and girls ages U5-U14 years. Players are divided into divisions and teams based on age and skill level. Participation in each league season includes 8 practices, 8 games and uniform (jersey, shorts and socks).

Goal & Values


Goal
To offer an educational and fun community league experience that teaches the basic soccer skills to youth players with help from our parents, friends, family, neighbors and directors.

Values

  • Community:   
    Bringing people together, sharing experiences and helping each other.
  • Involvement:   
    Every kid can play and everyone has a role.
  • Equality:          
    Equal playing time for everyone.
    Equal rewards – participation is always rewarded.
    Fair competition based on age and skill.
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