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Tiny Tigers Program (born 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014)

Manhattan Soccer Club Tiny Tigers Program

For boys and girls, ages 2 - 5 years old

MSC Tiny Tiger’s primary objective is having fun. We strive to create an environment that promotes skill building as well as a love for this beautiful game. Children will take part in classes that will introduce soccer skills, balance, and coordination. Fun soccer oriented games teach ball control and help to learn fun and easy. Our friendly and creative coaching staff loves showing how fun playing soccer can be in this great introduction to the sport.  We offer conveniently located classes on the Upper West Side throughout the year, indoors and outdoors, including the summer months.

For details regarding times and locations, please call Carl Turner (757-613-1494) or email Carl Turner, Director of the Tiny Tigers Program at


Fall Schedule begins Monday, Sept 9th.

  • Children as young as 24 months are eligible to join the program as Tiny Tiger (TT) cubs.
  • Each child will receive a yellow, blue or green TT shirt and complimentary MSC soccer ball.
  • Your child will learn to love soccer by playing games that teach the basic skills and movements of playing soccer.
  • 50-minute sessions.
  • Each class meets once a week.
  • $385 for 8 classes, $550 for 12 classes, $700 for 16 classes.
  • Sessions are billed on a rolling basis. Meaning that you can register now or at any point in the season.  You would then be eligible to attend 8, 12, or 16 classes before having the option to be rebilled for another 8 classes at the tail end of the fall season if you desire.
  • Flexible make-up policy, however, the missed classes must be made up before the end of November

Fall 2019 Schedule (Sep 9 thru Nov 17)


3:15PM-4:05PM (Frederick Douglass Field 102nd St and Amsterdam) 


10:00AM-10:50 AM @ Central Park East (inside Park at 99th St and 5th Ave)

4:00 PM-4:50 PM @ Central Park West (inside Park at 100th St and CPW)


10:30 AM-11:20 AM @ Central Park East (inside Park at 99th St and 5th Ave)