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Soccer can help kids with autism gain confidence, improve social skills, and develop better coordination. Improvements in balance and motor skills often go hand in hand with progress made in cognitive function and academic achievement. Sports and exercise can improve proprioception, or the body’s sense of where it is in space and where the parts of the body are in relation to each other, which is important because autism often affects sensory processing Exercising and playing sports gets more oxygen to the brain, helps kids stay in shape, improves sleep habits, and can improve relaxation and decrease aggressive behaviors. And most importantly, soccer is fun.

Murrieta Youth Soccer League has begun registration for the Fall 2024 TOPSoccer Program. Games will begin August 23rd and end on November 1st. All games will be played on Friday nights at Los Alamos Sports Park in Murrieta from 5 pm to 6 pm. The cost is $25 per player. You must register for TOPSoccer online. In order to register, please go to the following link and select “sign up player”:

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Children must be born on or before January 1, 2020. The TOPSoccer program can accommodate only 25 players, so space is limited.

What is the Murrieta Youth Soccer TOPSoccer Program?

• Community-based training and team placement program for young athletes with disabilities organized by youth soccer association volunteers.

• Program is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl, who has a cognitive or physical disability.

• Goal is that every young athlete with disabilities will become valued and successful members of the Murrieta Youth Soccer League family.

Please don’t hesitate to contact Jeff Kirshberg with any questions regarding the TOPSoccer Program.