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2012- 2013 Winter Indoor Soccer Academy
We are pleased to announce that our 5th year of winter indoor soccer academy training will begin this November. For more details, please click on Winter Elite or Winter Recreational Soccer Academy Training on the left navigation bar.
What is Lexington Indoor Soccer League and Academy?
Lexington Indoor Soccer League and Academy was founded by Garrett Stark an avid recreational, competitive, high school, and college player / coach for over 26 years.
Our leagues are designed to give players of all ages and skill level the opportunity to play indoor soccer at an affordable price.
Winter leagues are offered in the following age groups:
Youth Rec: U5, U6, U8, U10, U12, U14, Middle School, JV, and HS Varsity.
Youth Comp: U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, Middle School, JV, and HS Varsity.
Adult: Mens Open Rec and Comp, Under 30 Coed Rec and Comp,
Over 30 Coed Rec and Comp, Over 40 Rec, and Hispanic Rec and Comp.
Men's leagues will primarily play on Monday and Wednesday evenings.
Coed leagues will primarily play on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Our indoor leagues play with touchline boundaries, no walls, and a low bounce ball so it closely matches the outdoor game. Outdoor soccer players can refine and maintain their control skills and touch. It is superior to walled soccer in terms of developing better skills and technique. In traditional American walled soccer, players regularly whack the ball (and sometimes their bodies) against the boards which promotes improper technique and too often rewards errant play. In our leagues, players are constantly reminded to play the same quality control game that is required for success in the outdoor game. Because our leagues are designed as a great skill developer, demanding quick reflexes, fast thinking, pin-point passing, and a four-second limit on all play restarts it is an exciting game for children as well as adults. With our leagues using a special low bounce ball, players have to use their ball striking skills, rather than the ball's bounce, to propel it.