Indoor Kiddie Klinic Highlights...
The Orland Park Soccer Club mission statement is to provide a quality opportunity for the youth of Orland Park to play soccer.
In order to begin this mission, the Orland Park Soccer Club has developed a special program to introduce children into the game of soccer. Through a blend of instruction, demonstration, drills and application, the Orland Park Soccer Club's Kiddie Klinic is the first step.
This program is designed for Pre-K and Kindergarten boys and girls (typically 4 or 5 years of age) with a blend of instruction, demonstration, drills and application.
The Program begins in early January and ends in mid-March.
All events take place at the Orland Park Sportsplex, 11351 W. 159th Street, Orland Park, IL 60467.
Each session in the 10-week course presents a different aspect of dribbling, shooting, passing, receiving and teamwork to the child.
The program also affords the participant the opportunity to apply the presented skill sets each session in controlled and instructional gameplay.
Players will be contacted after the Coaches Meeting.
Indoor Kiddie Klinic is held on Saturdays (final times determined by overall number of teams registered).
IMPORTANT: A parent or guardian who is at least 16 years of age must be within the arena bleacher area for each session. A child who is "dropped-off" will not be allowed to participate in the day's events until a parent or legal guardian is on site.
All programs are open to Boys and Girls.
- Indoor Registration typically opens in early November (see Important Dates on our homepage)
- In-person or form-based registration is no longer being supported.
- It is important to use the same email address for both seasons (Fall/Winter) within the same soccer year, as this is the way in which the registration programs recognize every member. Using different email addresses in the same soccer year for two different seasons will result in the Yearly Family Fee being charged twice, and this fee is not refundable.
- Soccer is a contact sport. Please do not register your child for our programs if they are unable to participate in activities that involve contact with other players or equipment.
- If this is your first time participating in the OPSC, we require a birth certificate for age verification. The registration process allows you to upload a copy of your child's birth certificate.
- See the button in the left margin of our home page.
- If you are having difficulty with the online registration pages, please ensure that any form of popup blocking is disabled on your Internet Browser. Best results are achieved when Internet Explorer v5.x or later is used.
- Yearly Family Fee (paid once per immediate family, per soccer year): $70.00
- Pre-K and Kindergarten Indoor Resident Program Fee: $90.00
- Pre-K and Kindergarten Indoor Non-Resident Program Fee: $150.00
The Yearly Family Fee, which applies to one Outdoor and one Indoor season per soccer year (June 30th to July 1st), covers the replacement of nets, corner flags and other costs not associated with individual program costs at the discretion of the Board of Directors.
The Non-Resident Fee is mandated by the Village of Orland Park.
Registrants that have a current Non-Resident Program Card issued by the Village of Orland Park will be given an opportunity to enter the card number and expiration date at time of registration to waive the Non-Resident surcharge Fee.
NOTE: The Non-Resident Program Card provided to the OPSC at the time of registration must be valid during the entire program time frame - November through March. If the card expires during this period, the registrant will be expected to pay the Non-Resident rate.
- Age-Appropriate Shin Guards
- Soccer Socks (Must completely cover shin guards)
- #3 Ball
- Water Bottle (Please refrain from using sugary sports drinks)
- Outdoor Soccer Spikes (Baseball spikes - which have a toe cleat - are not allowed).
Special Requests will not be honored – no exceptions. Those sent as email will not be addressed.
Registrations are non-refundable. If you withdraw from the program, your fees are considered a donation to our not-for-profit organization.
For safety, participants are required to wear prescription sports goggles intended for soccer (must meet or exceed the ASTM F803 standard) if they are required to wear glasses while playing (Standard and flex-frame eyewear will not be allowed). Shin guards and spikes are also required for play.
ALL Coaches, Referees and Volunteers are required to pass a background check with our partner NCSI every season prior to the first day of practice. Those individuals not in compliance will not be assigned to a volunteer role.
Jewelry of any kind will not be permitted and should be removed by a parent prior to game.
If you cannot find an answer to your questions here, please send an email to
and a Board Member will respond to you within 48 hours.
Program changes are at the discretion of the OPSC Board of Directors.