The Atlanta-based group has offered youth programs for decades, including the more recent addition of Station Soccer at MARTA's Five Points Station. Youth programs are held at the downtown Atlanta field on weekends; see more information here.
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The organization with more than more than 5,000 players offers soccer programs for boys and girls from 3 to 19 years of age. It was formed by the merging of clubs in southwest, west and northwest Atlanta, and now includes programs in east and north Atlanta, as well as Savannah.
The nonprofit offers recreational and competitive soccer leagues for boys and girls ages 3 to 18 near downtown Atlanta. The club uses multiple fields located in Fulton County.
(Note: Georgia Soccer has a guide on how to navigate the maze of youth soccer.)
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