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Skyline Soccer Association is committed to providing our players and their families with high quality soccer programs that allow each player to achieve the highest level of soccer that they desire in a fun, educational, and safe environment through the proper training and assessment of our coaches and players while operating the Club in a financially sound and prudent manner.
Skyline Soccer Association strives to be the most recognized and respected soccer association in Colorado through a wide-range of programming, affordable registration fees, well-trained and respected players and coaches, quality communication, and a friendly community.
Skyline Soccer Association was created in 1965 as a local soccer organization for the southeast Denver area. At that time, each neighborhood had their own soccer community. When Skyline was first started, SKY was our area’s phone number prefix known as SKY-line, then the last four digits of the number (i.e. SKY-1234). In Skyline’s first year of existence, the boy’s team won the Denver Youth Soccer Championship. In 1976, Skyline became a Colorado non-profit 501(c)3 tax-exempt corporation. Today, Skyline Soccer Association is still a community based organization in Denver. Many of our coaches are players who once played in the organization many years ago and now want their children to grown up within the same community they did. Skyline Soccer is the oldest youth soccer club in Colorado and is a sanctioned club member of Colorado Youth Soccer (CYS) and US Youth Soccer.
Our history tells a great story of the strong community we reside in. Today we focus our efforts on continuing that community atmosphere that has made us the organization we are.
Skyline Soccer Association (SSA) has been the heart of Denver youth soccer since 1965. In 1976, Skyline became a not-for-profit organization. Today, Skyline serves roughly 4,000 players each season ranging in age from 2.5 – 18 years old and provides options for all levels of players, from the beginner to the advanced. Skyline is the largest Denver-based sports organization serving all areas of Denver and surrounding suburbs. The association uses over 25 field complexes every season to host practices, games, camps and clinics.
The philosophy at Skyline soccer is: “To Teach, To Inspire, To Excel”. We implement this philosophy in all aspects of our programs. Through our soccer camps and soccer leagues, we develop a foundation for players to thrive and be creative and find success in whatever they aspire to do.
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our programs, camps and clinics, tournaments, or you just want to get involved with a non-profit soccer organization.
Develop Reliable and Innovative Ways to Ensure the Highest Standard of Value is Brought to our Members
Welcome and Appeal to Diversity Within Our Community
Teach and Encourage Quality Sportsmanship
Operate With Transparency to Members Through Collaborative Efforts and Open Communication
Demonstrate Fiscal Responsibility
Build Passion For The Game of Soccer in All Members and Families
Fields We Use
Below Is An Extensive List of All the Fields We Use For Our Programs. Actual Park Location Use Will Differ By Program.
Skyline Updates and News
Become a Sponsor of Our Association
Over the years, Skyline has attracted some very generous sponsors to our association and we are appreciative of their support to Denver youth soccer. These sponsors play a vital role in continuing some very key components of our operations. All sponsorship income is dedicated to two very important components within Skyline’s operations:
Scholarships: Skyline gives out around $35,000 in scholarships to children who could not afford to pay for soccer each year. We never turn anyone away from soccer because of financial constraint and sponsorships help us continue that.
Outreach: Skyline created Skyline International in 2013 as a way to help the underserved and underprivilieged youth in certain parts of Denver. We are currently organizing soccer in parts of Denver that typically have the highest obesity rates, lowest income, and lowest park space per capita than any other part of Denver. Through a grant, we have built an indoor facility so these children have access to soccer year ’round.
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a sponsor, please contact Neil@skylinesoccer.org.