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Little Tekkers:           

Northwest FC is proud to announce our Little Tekkers program for 2 to 5 year old players. What is a Tekker you may ask? A Tekker is a soccer player known for their technical ability on the ball. Yes the word is a little goofy, but we want to have a fun, low pressure environment for the players. Our staff will be dedicated to running a meaningful session with your players and do everything possible for your Little Tekker to have fun while learning great technical skills with the soccer ball.


-All players will receive a NWFC shirt to wear during their training. 
-Ages 2-3 will focus mainly on basic fundamentals of controlling the soccer ball and parents are encouraged to join in on the fun.


-The program will consist of eight 45 minute sessions, starting April 6th-May 25th. Any participant who shows exceptional Tekker skills will have the option to move to the hour long class if space allows. Soccer balls will be provided.
-Ages 4-5 will be focused on more advanced skills with the ball.


-This program will consist of eight 1 hour sessions, starting at 11:00 am on April 6th-May 25th.  Players in this class will learn technical skills, to set a foundation that will follow them into their competitive soccer experiences as they get older.


Paul Rider Fields at Hillard Municipal Park.

3750 Veterans Memorial Dr., Hilliard, Ohio, 43026



Each Participant pays a $70 fee for the 8 sessions. (rain out sessions will be rescheduled to the best of our ability) Each session is tailored to be fun and educational with an emphasis on fun. Most sessions your child will learn fun soccer related games with teaching emphasis on becoming a better, more skilled player. All sessions end with free play on our designated mini field. No score will be recorded and teams will be randomly chosen each session. 


Players may wear tennis shoes or outdoor cleats. Shin guards are not required but are recommended. There will be water breaks every so often so make sure the players bring their own water