Kinderkick

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General Information

  • Kinderkick is Hollywood Soccer Club's special soccer program for children currently enrolled in Kindergarten.
  • The program includes fun activities and informal scrimmages with teammates.
  • Kinderkick is offered in the Spring and Fall.
  • Registration includes a team jersey.
  • The one-hour per week program meets for multiple consecutive weeks each season.
  • The program focuses on skill development, ball touches and small-sided games.
  • Contact our Kinderkick Coordinator for more information.

Spring Season

  • Cost: Spring 2020 fees are $45 per player, plus an additional $1 transaction fee.
  • When: Three sessions of Kinderkick will be held in May, most likely on consecutive Thursdays. Dates and times tbd.
  • Where: Location tbd.
  • Also: The program gives priority to returning Kinderkick players.

Fall Season

  • Cost: Fall 2019 registration fees are $55 per player.
  • When: Fall Kinderkick will be held on six consecutive Thursdays from 5 - 6 pm. The dates are: September 12, September 19, September 26, October 3, October 10 and October 17.
  • Where: Beverly Cleary Fernwood Campus, 1915 NE 33rd Ave, Portland, OR 97212
  • Also: Fall Kinderkick is only open to players who will be enrolled in Kindergarten during the 2019 - 2020 school year and is not intended for younger Pre-K enthusiasts.

Pierced Ears

PYSA has a no jewelry policy for games for safety, and players must remove their earrings and other jewelry before the game starts - no earlobe taping, flat plastic earrings or exceptions are allowed!


Even under ideal conditions, pierced ears can take a minimum of 6 weeks to heal completely, and often need more time. Removing earrings from newly pierced ears for the duration of a game can lead to pain when they’re replaced, or even worse, closed holes.


To avoid the potential heartbreak, discomfort and expense of dealing with pierced ear complications, we recommend waiting until soccer season ends to get ears pierced. And a group ear piercing expedition could be just the thing for soccer friends to wrap up a season.