Metropolitan Soccer is pleased to announce that more than 200 children in Indianapolis area are having access to a fun, exciting program, where the kids can recreate, stay active and learn the fundamentals of futsal and soccer. "I am excited to see so many kids having access to play the game they love through our comprehensive and fun clinics," Paco Espinosa, General Manager of Metropolitan Soccer, stated.
Everytime, there are more urban / inner city schools in which a comprehensive soccer program is not available, opening their doors to Metropolitan Soccer to give kids the opportunity to not only play futsal / soccer, but also, utilize the game as a way to be active, stay healthy, build character and have fun. "One of the biggest problems the U.S. currently faces in youth soccer, is the lack of comprehensive programs for children in low income / underserved communities, in which there is a tremendous amount of diverse talented citizens with a tremendous desire to play," Espinosa, started. "We are looking forward to continue expanding our blue print that will create a pipeline for hundreds of thousands of more children in the country, to have access, be identified and developed to help them succeed in the level they are able to get to play." Espinosa, concluded.