Upward Soccer launches this Fall!

All ages 3 – 5th grade boys and girls are invited to join us for a fun-filled Fall of soccer!
Register today for the best price!
VBS special! – $20 for first player in the family, $15 for each additional player

 

Important dates:

  • Sunday, August 8 – Early registration discount ends
  • Saturday, August 28 at 9am – Skills evaluation session
  • Saturday, September 18 – First practice
  • Saturday, September 25 – Second practice
  • Saturday, October 1 – First game
  • All games will be on Saturdays (7 games total)
  • Once games begin, practices will be one weeknight each week.
  • Saturday, November 13 – final game and season celebration to follow.

We will have 3 divisions by age –

PreK – (3 years old – Kindergarten)
1st – 2nd grade
3rd – 5th grade
All skill levels are welcome. Boys and girls. Anyone can play! 
Skills evaluation day will help coaches draft teams that are balanced.
 

Registration cost includes for each player:

jersey, soccer socks, mesh bag, weekly and season awards
 
 
Questions? Email Jonathan.Chaney@gracemh.com or call 704-827-8600
 
About Upward –
Founded in 1995 out of a church in Spartanburg, South Carolina, founder Caz McCaslin had a passion for sports and a deep desire to reach his community. He created a sports experience, that met the unmet needs of children and their families, focused on the sports experience and sharing the love of Jesus Christ. This vision for one community quickly grew into a team of individuals committed to supporting churches everywhere to maximize their unique resources and personalities to serve and meet the needs of their communities.

Today, there are over 2,800 Upward sports experiences across the U.S. serving hundreds of thousands of young athletes playing basketball, soccer, cheerleading, volleyball and flag football. What began as a local, recreational basketball league focused on reaching the surrounding community with the message of Jesus Christ has grown into a nationwide movement helping churches use sports to engage their local communities with the gospel.