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What is Kidz 'n' Kicks Soccer?

Kidz 'n' Kicks Soccer is an in-school program designed for kids between 2-8. Soccer is the tool that we use to teach responsibility, character development, balance, coordination, respect, caring for others and teamwork. 
Our innovative curriculum helps your child be physically active while learning about the global sport of soccer. Most scheduled sessions are during normal school hours, and Kidz 'n' Kicks brings the game to you, making it very convenient for parents as well as learning centers. 
We have also launched our "Neighborhood Soccer Programs". These sessions are at various locations and on the weekend. Our youngest class of age 2's is a "Parent/Child Participation Class". Parents get a chance to join in the the fun games and drills we offer their kids.
Quality is definitely our main ingredient and we are NOT interested on being average. Our coaches are professional soccer players, as well as high level college players, who are very enthusiastic and passionate about working with your kids.
Our goal is to make a difference in your child's life! Your kids will fall in love with our program because it is all about having fun while learning basic skills!!!


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Being 2008 Major League Soccer (MLS) champion with Columbus Crew, as well 2008 United Soccer League (USL) rookie of the year is testament of Stanley's dedication to excellence.

Born and raised in Zimbabwe, soccer has been a part of Stanley's life since age 3. He moved to the United States in 2003 to play college soccer on a scholarship. Countless number of people mentored Stanley to be successful in soccer, thus he understands the role that influence played in his life. 

Stanley developed a love for coaching and for over 10 years he has touched the lives of countless youths of various ages through the beautiful game of soccer. He founded Kidz 'n' Kicks Soccer as a way to help youth in the US develop a love for sports, as well as encourage an active lifestyle from a very young age. He is also a former assistant coach for the University of Oglethorpe's women's team and also former Head Coach of Georgia Tech's Women's club team.

Stanley also cherishes working with a number of kids on a one on one private basis level. One kid he coached was an integral part of the U17 and U20 US national team, and signed a pro contract with DC United at age 16. Also a 16 year old girl he has been working with currently accepted a scholarship to Vanderbilt (along with 55+ offers)



Aaron was born in Woodstock, Georgia. He played youth soccer in the North Atlanta in Marietta, and attended Etowah High School. In 2008, attended NCAA Division III Oglethorpe University where he was a starter for all four of his years. 

After college, Walker played for Georgia Revolution in the National Premier Soccer League in 2012 and 2013.

From 2013 to 2016, he played for BI/Bolungarvik in 1. deild karla, the second-tier professional league in Iceland.

On January 6, 2017, United Soccer League side FC Cincinnati signed Walker for their 2017 season. 

In 2018, Walker returned to his native Georgia to play for club Atlanta Silverbacks FC in the National Premier Soccer League. He served as captain for the 2018 season and notched six goals and four assists.

In February 2019, Walker, signed with Greenville Triumph SC in the third-tier professional league USL League One

Walker has been an integral part of Kidz 'n' Kicks mostly during off seasons and holiday breaks. He has also coached at all levels of club teams (U6 all the way to U18), and holds a USSF D coaching license. He loves coaching kids and having an impact in their early education.

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Taona was born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe and moved to the United States on a soccer scholarship to play in college in Montgomery Alabama. Taona started playing soccer at a young age and has loved the game since. He loves the opportunity that it gave him and knows the effect the game has and would love to share the joy and excitement the game has with the kids and help them nurture their talents while having fun. I love coaching kids and seeing the joy the game of soccer brings as you can see the big smiles on the kids faces.

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Born in Florida, but raised in Illinois, Caitlin began playing competitive soccer at age 11. She played club soccer for Team Chicago Santos and was a varsity player at Plainfield North High School. After moving to Georgia, she played club soccer for Chiefs FC in the Region III Premier League and was on the varsity team for Milton High School. She currently plays at the Division III Oglethorpe University women's soccer team and is a starter on the team. She enjoys coaching children in soccer, because soccer has influenced her life in a positive way and she hopes she can change other kids' lives through the beautiful game of soccer by teaching the youth the importance of teamwork and having a healthy and active lifestyle.



Anthony Matekenya was born in Zimbabwean born and has been playing soccer for over 20 years. As a teenager he excelled in a youth level club team playing as a forward. He then moved to the US, to attend Bethel University on a soccer scholarship. In his junior year, Tony transferred to Milligan College in East Tennessee. For both schools, he excelled playing on the Varsity team. After graduating, Tony developed a passion for youth soccer coaching. He has 2+ years of experience coaching little leagues soccer and has been a part of Kidz 'n' Kicks for more than 4.5 years.



Calvin was born in Harare Zimbabwe and moved to USA on a soccer scholarship at Goshen College, in Indiana. He played for 2 seasons there and was 2nd team conference honorable mention as well as Vice Captain. Calvin started playing soccer at 4 years old after he got inspired watching his dad play for a professional team in Zimbabwe. He loves working with the kids and growing their love for the game, as well as watching them smile when they are having fun. That makes coaching all worthwhile for him.

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Info coming soon!!!



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