All games will be held at George Bush Park - FFPS Soccer Complex located on Westheimer Pkwy off Fry Road in George Bush Park. Practice times and location are coordinated by your coach, but typically practices are at the game location. Review the Season Schedule on our Parent Info page for more information about ages, games and practices and when your coach will call.
Our program focuses on a Fun, Fair and Positive experience for all. We promote our philosophy by playing:
Fun - 5 players per side (lots of ball time
Fair - Every player plays equally
Positive - Encouraging and safe
We provide two ways to sign up - online and by phone. If you don't have a computer, try the library or use our toll-free phone-in option at (1-800-828-7529 ext. 555) and we'll set you up! We can take your credit or debit card information online or over the phone, but no checks. If you don't have a credit or debit card, we recommend purchasing a VISA or MC gift card from stores like Kroger, CVS or Walgreens.
Today through Full
1 PAYMENT $74
2 PAYMENT PLAN (*)$39.00due today, $39.00 due in 30 days
(*)View More Fee InformationLate Registration: Register before 3/24/2015 for guaranteed placement. Otherwise, late registrations are first come, first serve.
Testimonials from our Youth Soccer Program in Katy
FFPS is a great league that excepts any ability to play soccer. I believe it prospers relations of those which have disabities and those without.
RICHARD S. - KATY AREA SOCCER
FFPS is great for all family member to join and have fun.
ALEX A. - KATY AREA SOCCER
Fantastic experience for all children.
JOSEPH C. - KATY AREA SOCCER
World Cup Day for both my teams was awesome! Team 708 rooted for Mexico, and the players made a poster collage and flags to wave. During halftime, we had some anthem music going and we were dancing to the beat with our spray-colored hair.. . For Team 1002, we rooted for Brazil. We colored our hair yellow and green and painted our faces. We also made a poster collage and flags. The best part was during halftime when we shared some Brazilian empanadas, pastries and treats.It was a fun experience and surely bonded our families together. . . I noticed several teams didnt participate on this special day, but FFPS should continue to encourage the Coaches to get everyone excited and engaged in this kind of event. Its just sad to see those children who missed out on the fun.. . Hopefully, through the years, World Cup Day will become a full-pledge FFPS tradition. And I already have cool ideas for next year!
HERMA A. - KATY AREA SOCCER
Every child is a central part of their teams identity and feels valued by all their teammates! The proof is in their smiles!