Spring Season Registration Opens February 6th!
Pee Wee Soccer League
Call 425-587-3336 for more information.
The pee wee soccer program is offered two times per year during the fall and spring seasons. Each season consists of seven weeks. Each player will receive a team t-shirt to wear during the season and a medal.
Pee Wee Soccer League - ages 3 to 6
Emerson High Field, 10903 NE 53rd Street, Kirkland
132nd Square Park, 13159 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland
Pee Wee Soccer is designed to develop and improve your child's soccer skills. The league is focused on fun, participation and socialization. Games are played on Saturday mornings, between 9am and 2pm on the hour and take 60 minutes with the first part of the hour dedicated to practice. Each player will receive a team shirt and a medal. Choose from two locations, either Emerson High Field (formerly known as BEST High School) or 132nd Square Park located in the Evergreen Hill area (formerly known as Kingsgate). The league uses volunteer coaches and is composed of teams of 10 children.
Over the last three years the program has increased in popularity and participation, from 80 children to over 200. We encourage early registration which can be done by logging on to our registration website
or calling 425-587-3336 between the hours of 8am and 4pm.
Are you interested in volunteering to coach (or assistant coach) a team?
We are always looking for patient and enthusiastic volunteers for our program. Although it helps, volunteers do not need to have soccer experience to be a great coach. If you are interested, please download our Volunteer Application and return it to 12421 103rd Avenue NE, Kirkland, WA 98034. You may hand deliver the documents or send them via postal mail. Unfortunately, emailed copies are no longer accepted.
Inclement weather for pee wee soccer
Games will be played in the rain if the field is in good condition. If the field conditions are poor, putting safety in jeopardy (or if raining heavily), we will cancel games for the day and reschedule. On-site staff is required to evaluate the fields when they arrive to determine the field conditions. If they deem the situation unsafe, they will begin calling all coaches to notify them of the cancellation. It is then the coach's responsibility to contact all players/parents and relay the message. Parents and coaches can also call our community center front desk after 8am at 425-587-3350 for field conditions.