Just For Kicks is the premier indoor soccer experience in the Naperville, Aurora, & Plainfield area!
Built around a passion for soccer, Just For Kicks offers all levels of competition for youth and adult soccer
leagues. In addition, we host the Lil' Kickers youth soccer development program, 3v3 leagues, adult pick-up soccer games, and birthday parties. Our fields are available for events, practices, games, and much more.
May 8, 2015
English Championship player, Eric Lichaj, visited our facility today with his
daughter (sporting the same number 2 as her dad). Eric is Coach
April 28, 2015
The 3v3 Summer Showdown is a little more than a month away! 3v3 is a great way to stay in shape and get extra touches on the ball this summer! Check out the link below for information:
Recognize this referee from any of your games at Just For Kicks?
Congratulations to long time Just For Kicks referee Keith Angel for being selected as one of the officials for the NAIA National Collegiate Championships down in Boca Raton, Florida!
November 23, 2014
Congratulations to the Illinois Wesleyan Women's Soccer Team on advancing to the Final Four today! Wesleyan has several players from the surrounding area and we wish them good luck on their next game. More to come soon...
November 20, 2014
Registration for the Lil' Kickers Winter session is NOW OPEN! Register early because classes are filling up fast! Want more information about the program? Check out the quick video below.
ATTENTION: Wolfs Crossing Rd. to the East of Just For Kicks (towards 248th Ave.) will be closed from October 14 through October 16 due to construction. Please use Eola Rd./Heggs Rd. to the West of our facility to get to Wolfs Crossing Rd. during the construction.
September 28, 2014
Only one week left to register for the upcoming Columbus Day 3v3 Tournament!
Have any questions? Call us at 630-904-4505.
September 11, 2014
Registration for the Lil' Kickers Late Fall session is NOW OPEN! Register early because classes are filling up fast! Want more information about the program? Check out the quick video below.