Autism Soccer

Physical Education


Classes available for kids for from ages(4- 7 years old ) (8-11 years old) (12-17 years old) (18-adults)


Groups of 5 children up to 15 children’s for 4 classes per month once a week for 1 hour $100


Classes for schools:
Up to 15 children every 30 minutes $ 10 per children’s 2 times a week (8 times per month) during physical education at school


Private lessons 40 Minutes individual up to 2 children $ 100 the time location to be determined according to the client.

(Price does not include the rent of the space if needed it).


Classes offered:
5inco Indoor Soccer 8081 W 28 Ave Hialeah Fl. 33016 from 12:00 pm to 3:00 PM and
“TBD” We continue working to open new locations


Registration costs $ 50 per child(the siblings are welcome at no cost). Schools registration per child $5


Uniform cost per person $35


It is a year-round program closed in summer, we offer summer-camps as a separate option.

All classes are required to be indoor to apply the Physical Education Methodology through soccer based on our proven method, tested with five thousand hours in the last six years and more than three thousand children with positive experiences.

Main Focus

Capture the Child’s Attention and Interest

Autism Soccer strives to make a life long difference in a child’s life. Children with Autism experience a multitude of challenges, but also many abilities. Autism Soccer will first work with each child to help him or her identify the roles and expectation of children participants and adult coaches. From this point, using ABA techniques as well as sports concepts, Autism Soccer will develop specific skills in each child as that which would be observed among typically developing children, but with the support these special needs children require to ensure success. Students with Autism benefit from experiencing a group activity, which reinforces language, social skills, sensory integration, gross motor work, motor planning, and ultimately bringing greater enjoyment of life moments.




  • Gauge motor skills, including rotation, directional movement, speed, balance.
  • Gauge language abilities in order to determine communication needs within the activity.
  • Record specific sensory needs in order to facilitate comfort in participation.
  • Individualized behavior plans should be developed by specialists in the fields.

Creation of Visuals for Children

Children with Autism vary greatly in needs and abilities, but most generally respond better with the presence of visuals to aid in communication. Visuals must be created in formats which are easy for children to understand what demand is being placed on them, and demands need to be broken down into smaller steps. So, for example, when warm up exercises are being taught, visuals of each exercise should be created, and each movement or pose modeled, then children provided assistance in carrying out the exercise. Always praise and reinforce effort, regardless of result.

Personnel Requirements

Coaches for Autism Soccer need to receive training in physical fitness and safety techniques, as well as in Applied Behavior Analysis, and possess a general understanding of the varied needs of children on the Spectrum. Towards this end, Autism Soccer working on future Certification as Clinical Coaches (CCC).

Individualization of Children’s Needs: Each child will have to have individualized protocols which take into account the various clinical areas which have to be addressed as services are rendered.


Such protocols have to be developed through the collaboration of multiple clinical specialties as needed for each child. Autism Soccer incorporates skills from various clinical specialties, including:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Applied behavior analysis
  • Speech therapy
  • Social skills therapy

Autism Soccer is not any one of the therapies mentioned above, but it does incorporate techniques, skills, and reinforces children’s abilities in all those areas.


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Registration + First Month

Autism Soccer is not any one of the therapies mentioned above, but it does incorporate techniques, skills, and reinforces children’s abilities in all those areas.

For more information such as opening a location near you, being a coach or information about classes and schedules
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  1. TEAM/PLAYER REGISTRATION RULES: All players must be registered on their teams’ registration form before the tournament begins. Any team or player determined by the event director to have falsified a player’s registration will be dismissed from the tournament. All players must carry identification, i.e.: player pass, driver’s license or passport, etc.

  2. ROSTERS: All rosters are final upon completion of the team’s first game.

  3. PLAYERS AND SUBSTITUTIONS: EIGHTEEN (18) for the MEN’S OPEN and TWELVE (12) for the WOMEN’S OPEN is the maximum number of players on a team. Teams playing more than 18 players for the men’s and 12 players for the women’s during the course of an event will be disqualified. Substitutes may occur at any dead ball situation, but players must be called onto the field by the referee and enter and exit at the half-field mark only.  Players must already be at the half-field mark when dead ball situation first occurs to be called on.

  4. GENDER: No males will be allowed to participate in any female divisions, except co-ed division. Co-ed division must have at least one female on the field at all times.

  5. EQUIPMENT: All players must wear shin guards. Any player without shin guards will not be allowed to play. Teams are responsible for providing game balls. All balls (size 5) must be approved by the game referee.

  6. GAME DURATION: The game shall consist of two 40-minute halves for the MEN’S OPEN and two 35-minute halves for the WOMEN’S OPEN separated by a five-minute halftime, OR the game ends when a team reaches an 8-goal lead. Pool games tied after regulation play shall end in a tie. Playoff games cannot end tied.

  7. PLAYOFF OVERTIME: If the score is still tied, the winner is decided by shootout with 5 players from the field of play.

  8. GOAL SCORING: A goal may be scored from any point of the playing field.

  9. SCORING (IN POOL PLAY): 3 points for a win; 1 point for a tie and 0 points for a loss. FORFEITS: A forfeit is scored as 3-0

  10. TIEBREAKERS: In pool play, ties between two or more teams will be broken by; 1) points; 2) overall goal difference in pool play; 3) overall goals scored; 4) Points in matches between tied teams; 5) Goal difference in matches between tied teams; 6) Goals scored in matches between tied teams.

  11. PLAYER/BENCH PERSONNEL EJECTION (YELLOW/RED CARD): Referees have the right to dismiss a player OR bench personnel from the game for continual disobedience or as a result of an incident that warrants sending off. RED CARD suspension = Rest of game PLUS next game. Tournament Director may dismiss player or bench personnel for rest of tournament. A team official guilty of misconduct will be shown a YC (caution) or RC (sending off) *; if the offender cannot be identified, the senior coach who is in the technical area at the time will receive the YC/RC .

  12. SPORTSMANSHIP: Players, coaches and spectators are expected to act in the nature of good sportsmanship at all times. Abuse of the referees will not be tolerated. Any instance of such conduct will disqualify the responsible team from the event.

  13. FORFEITS: A forfeit shall be scored as 3-0.