Out of a abundance of caution we have decided it is going to be too cold, not only for the kids but the parents as well on Saturday. With the forecast of temps in the low 20's and winds of 10-20 MPH, the wind chill would be in the teens and that is just to cold for everyone. We truly apologize, but we are canceling SPENSA for this Saturday, 3/18/2023 and hope to see you all next Saturday 3/25 at the Soccer Park at 9:00 a.m.
What is SPENSA?
The Special Needs Soccer Association, SPENSA, is a Not-for-Profit, St. Louis-based soccer program for young people with disabilities.
This program is open to any boy or girl with a disability, ages 5-21. It is designed to bring the excitement and fun of playing soccer to players who traditionally have not had a place in the youth soccer system. Games are normally played at the World Wide Technology Soccer Park. The park is located at I-270 and Highway 44. If you require directions, please give us a call.
SPENSA is free of charge to all of these very special children. The program is privately funded through the generous donations of individuals and corporations, as well as many local Select Soccer Clubs.