For Parents


Photo packets were handed out to each coach at the coach meetings. The photos will be taken on the North side of Meyer Park on field 8.

  • COACHES:  PLEASE BRING A SOCCER BALL FOR PHOTOS – These photo days will be open  house, first come, first served. Please allow about 30-40 minutes to  assemble, check in and have your photos taken. 
  • At least one hour before  your game is recommended.
    Please note the beginning and ending times of  the photo sessions below. The busiest photo times are usually 8-11:30am,  please plan accordingly.

Saturday, March 21st & 28th 7:15AM until 12PM - 

• • Go to our Download webpage which is located under the MORE/ABOUT KSC section on the navigation tool bar at the top right side of website to download the Photography Schedule for all Spring 2020 teams.  



Phone: 281-353-1819 


Klein Soccer Club is a non-profit recreational youth  soccer league for children, ages  4–19. Our organization provides a fun sports environment that allows  children to develop a love for physical activity and fitness, while  learning the value of good sportsmanship, teamwork and respect. Unlike  other youth sports organizations in the area, all monies are reinvested  into our operating budget and go toward field maintenance, uniforms,  coaches training and certified referees. Because of the quality of our  organization, many parents who played as children now coach their own  children here. In fact, the biggest compliment to Klein Soccer Club’s  30–plus year history and philosophy is our second-generation of coaches  and parents.


As  a purely recreational league, scores are not kept for children ages  U4–U7. Additionally, children in this age bracket play on a smaller  field with a 4 versus 4 format (no goal keepers), which promotes more  touches on the ball and a more exciting environment for the child.

From  ages U8–U10: score keeping and referees are introduced. The field  becomes larger and an additional player is added for a 7v7 format  (includes goal keeper). Ages U11–U12: move to a larger field with 9v9  format, and goalies.  U13-U14: either 11v11 or 9v9 dependent on registration numbers, U15-U19: coed high school bracket.

This  progression of smaller teams at younger ages helps develop each child’s  coordination, ability and overall confidence. Additionally, we have a  progression of coach’s training that helps coaches teach age-appropriate  drills and fun games for practice.