Youth Soccer at Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park
12500 W. 119th Street,
Overland Park, KS
Soccer of Johnson County Park and Recreation District's philosophy
is to enrich the youth of our community via the game of soccer
while enhancing the social skills and team play in a fun and
exciting sports environment. Our youth soccer program provides
the community with a recreational soccer program for children
beginning ages 4 to 14 (8th grade). Games are primarily played
at Thomas S. Stoll
Park and possibly other offsite locations. Games are usually
played on Saturdays or Sundays in both spring and fall seasons.
JCPRD Youth Soccer Information
Pee Wee (Ages 4, 5 & 6) Meet for six games on Saturdays and/or Sundays
for a 25 minute practice and then play a 25 minute game.
Format is 4 v 4 with no goalie and volunteer coaches.
Max of 8 players on a team. Boys and Girls have separate
teams. Players in first grade must play in JCYS division.
Depending on league, games played at Stoll Park or New
Century Field House.
JCYS (Grades 1-4)
Boys and girls are on separate teams. A minimum of 1 practice
a week. Approximately 12 players on a team format will
be 7 v 7 with 2 - 25 minute halves and volunteer coaches.
Eight games at Stoll Park.
JCYS (Grades 5-8) - Gr 5-6 (U11, U12)
/ Gr 7-8 (U13, U14)
Boys and girls are on separate sanctioned teams.
U11 & U12 play 8 v 8, 30 minute halves w/roster of
U13 & U14 play 11 v 11, 35 minute halves w/roster
of 18. Game for this age group are played at Stoll, Stump
and Swarner Parks.
Jersey & Equipment: JCPRD
jerseys must be worn during games. Order a jersey for an
additional cost if you have not played in JCPRD outdoor
soccer before or if you have outgrown yours or have changed
to team of a different color. All teams moving from pee
wee to 1st grade in the fall need to purchase a JCYS jersey.
All players must wear shin guards.
Enrolled Today - Contact Us For individual, youth or team youth soccer information
contact Youth Sports Coordinator: Jamie Kempfe at (913)
826-2853 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The new 4 v 4 format for Pee Wee games is great! All the kids are more involved when they are on the field and the actual in game participation is wonderful, so Kudos on that! It even makes coaching a little more enjoyable, all the kids get more attention and to top it off the refs are helping us with the substitution schedule which is awesome!"
Larry, Youth Soccer Coach