We want everyone to have the opportunity to play a competitive sport. Whether you are a family member, physical/recreational therapist, parks and recreation coordinator, sports organization leader, or just someone with a passion - we will design a clinic specifically to fit the needs of the athletes and their families. With over 50 years of experience in coaching, playing, administrating, planning and developing teams at all levels - we are ready to add you to the power soccer family!
If you’re ready to start playing power soccer, but aren’t sure whether there’s a team in your area, check out the USPSA website. And if you’ve already learned there’s not one near you? We can help you get one started—contact us today.
Participants will have a hands-on learning experience by learning how to maneuver their wheelchair and the oversized soccer ball. They will learn essential tactics needed to effectively play the game. They can then put their newfound skills to use by playing in a scrimmage at the end of the clinic. Clinics are typically 3-4 hours depending on the number of participants. The participants are required to have their own power wheelchair, although specific sport chairs may be available. Minimum of 6 athletes must be registered for attendance.Download Hosting Guide
We will continue communication with our teams to ensure they are receiving support, encouragement and knowledge in how to grow their team. New teams will also be connected with a veteran athlete in your region that is well-versed in the sport and will be also be available to answer questions and offer guidance.
We believe in the power of many. In order to increase awareness of power soccer throughout the country - we want to share the sport with those who could help us make an impact. If you would like to increase awareness within your company or help us spread word within your community, we would love to get some more information on how we can help. We are a 100% volunteer organization so certain requirements must be met.Contact Us