03/13/20 COVID-19 Update:

Dear Customers

We are writing with an update on our response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While we believe the risk of exposure is very low, we want to ensure the health and safety of our valued customers and staff, especially with the over abundance of caution in the surrounding areas.

It is with the greatest level of health precautions that we have suspended all youth programming activities at Soccer City in Palatine (545 S. Consumers Ave, Palatine, IL 60074) until April 1st, effective immediately. We will continue to reassess the situation while providing further updates as they become available.

We are making the following adjustments to our Spring Seasons 2020:

  • Lil Kickers and Skilz Academy Classes
    • Spring Season 2020 will be extended by two weeks until June 20th
  • Juniors Program Winter 2
    • Your account will be credited for 3 classes (3/14, 3/18, 3/21)
    • Spring Season 2020 will begin on April 1st as scheduled
  • Gecko Goalkeeping School
    • Your account will be credited for 2 classes (3/14, 3/21)
    • Winter/Spring Season will hold its last class on April 4th as scheduled
  • Spring Break Sports Camp (March 27th)
    • Camp is cancelled
    • Your account will be credited for the cost of camp

*Any credit issued is good for any programming at Soccer City through December 31st, 2020

We will continue to support our customers, staff, and their families in any way we can, especially in this time of great uncertainty. We want to assure you that we continue to actively monitor this public health threat as well as local, state, and federal actions that may impact you, your family, and the facility. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate these extraordinary circumstances.

If you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call us.

Lil Kickers NWI*Skilz Academy*Gecko Goalkeeping*Juniors and Camps 847-788-5312

Soccer City Adult Leagues 847-788-5301

For more information on the coronavirus (COVID-19) and updates, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s website HERE.

Another valuable source of information is the World Health Organization and this comic released by NPR geared towards explaining important information about the coronavirus to kids in an engaging way.

In Health and Safety,

Director of Youth Programs- Michael Richardson