Back with popular demand...
11th consecutive year, with great success. Tiny Tot
Soccer comes to Danville Soccer Association for the spring
seasons. Any child can play. Tiny tots ages 1-4 on or after
1/1 (current season year) . Those older than 4 also on
January 1 of current year, can play in our regular DSA
Thank you for registering with us and Welcome to
DASA Tiny Tot soccer.
Tiny Tot soccer
philosophy is: “If
you can walk, you can play!” even if it is only a step or
Tiny Tot is a parent-child activity and is very low impact,
no knowledge needed to participate. The parent-child “team”
is a good way to get parents involved early in their child’s
sports life. And, the parents develop a certain knowledge
and skill as well! We will have instructional DVD’s for each
participating family to help the learning process.
What to Do & Expect:
On Opening day of the season and every game day after, 9 am
to close, stop by the concessions area and pickup your
child’s jersey, socks, and specially designed ball with Tiny
Tot in mind then head to Tiny Tot secured and private area
to enjoy quality time with your child in our specially
designed area filled with activities specially designed for
this program. Spend as much or as little time as you like,
come and go as you please and as often as you like. Always
try to make time to visit us at the concessions food area
for a variety of snacks and drinks to help fund and maintain
Tiny Tot has its own private secured fenced in area, just
west of the DSA concession stand in Winter Park (just south
of the sand volleyball courts). There will be 10 (or so)
different activities for the kids. Each focuses on a very
basic soccer skill (passing, dribbling, jumping, etc). We
have different 'cartoon' type characters, each one teaching
a different activity (Sponge Bob tells you to dribble around
the plankton; Kermit the Frog has you hop from one lily pad
to another; Spiderman instructs you to pass the ball into
his web). Kids will do each with the assistance of their
parent or guardian.
A “tiny tot supervisor” will be in the area, but will not do
formal “coaching”. Soccer volunteers will help in the area
to help kids get familiar with the stations. As of now, the
Tiny Tot program is slated to be active on all game days.
There are no scheduled practices or games; it is simply
soccer related activities for our youngest children, not yet
old enough for the DSA leagues.
We are really excited about the program and
as we thought and hoped it's a goal. For their fee,
each child will get a jersey, socks, instructional
DVD’s, and a soccer ball with their registration - as
well as access to the Tiny Tot area every Saturday
during soccer season (Spring and fall ).
With Cleats on, Thank you for registering with us and look
forward to seeing you and your child on the field.