Weekend League Program

Our seasonal leagues provide the perfect opportunity to learn and practice skills in a game setting. For one hour each weekend, our professional coaches work the field with your kiddos as family members cheer from the sidelines. Leagues consist of a 30-minute HappyFeet class followed by a 30-minute, non-competitive games (15-minute Parent-Stay-And-Play replaces the the game for the two year old's). Form a team with friends or let us set up one for you.

Class & Games

Each session begins with a HappyFeet class with a skill introduction session, followed by a non-competitive soccer game.  The session structure and included components progress from LittleToes for 2s to HappyFeet for our 5s in a way that maximizes skill development while ensure all children are allowed to develop and excel at their own pace.

Form a team with friends or register your little one and leave the team building to us! This program is ideal for both HappyFeet veterans and those new to soccer!



2018 Details:

Summer    July 14th - August 4th  8350 E 141st St, Fishers, IN 46038)

Fall         September 16 - October 27 (8350 E 141st St, Fishers, IN 46038)

Please review this CDC Heads Up before registering


8350 E 141st St, Fishers, IN 46038

WHO: Boys and Girls 2-8 Years Old (6-8 year olds, Advanced)

WHAT:  Each session is one hour long and consists of a 30-minute HappyFeet class directly followed by a non-competitive game. Little Toes for 2s is 45 minutes of songs, games and adventures with a soccer ball.

REGISTRATION:  Cost includes a jersey, clinic certificate, and a drawstring bag for their gear!


Each clinic will be held on a Saturday morning, with two sessions running 9:00-10:00 and 10:15-11:15

You can reach us at info@happyfeetindy.com or by calling 317-660-1714. Office hours are 9-5, Mon-Fri.


UNIFORM: Each child will receive a HappyFeet League jersey that will be color specific to their team. They will need to wear shorts and shin guards (Little Toes 2s do not need shin guards). They can wear soccer cleats if they want, but tennis shoes are fine.


Please review this CDC Heads Up before registering