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HappyFeet is a pre-school enrichment program which opened in Vancouver in August 2018. We use familiar songs, stories, nursery rhymes and fun games to introduce soccer to children as young as two years old.  Our unique curriculum triggers your child's imagination by taking their soccer ball, Bob the Bobcat, on adventures to the zoo, the movies, and even an enchanted castle! Our philosophy and curriculum encourages children to tame their bobcat with their learned deceptive dribbling and ball striking skills.  We leverage creative play and the important developmental skills it provides to make fitness and soccer their favorite weekly activity!

By progressing through our age appropriate curriculum from Little Toes to HappyFeet your little one is ensured to have built a solid foundation we hope will lead to a life long involvement in sports and fitness and hopefully soccer! This approach to working with children provides the ideal environment for our little soccer stars to explore their bodies,  express themselves creatively, learn to work well in small groups, and develop their emotional and social skills...all while progressing through our time tested "story time with a soccer ball" curriculum!


-Meet your child's inherent need to move and play

-Inspire creativity and imagination

-Improve cognitive motor skills such as balance and coordination

-Allow your child to benefit from working in a team and improve social interaction skills

-Take advantage of the educational benefits of incorporating pre-school curriculum and physical fitness

-Most importantly let your child experience the fun spirit of HappyFeet

-All whilst developing their soccer skills!

Join our ‘Storytime with a soccer ball’ curriculum today and let your child experience the adventure of HappyFeet.


"All the coaches at Happy Feet are beyond incredible. They are fun, energetic, patient, and kind. The coaches are well-suited to the age group and provide age-appropriate learning strategies. Our child loves going to soccer and looks forward to it all week! I could go on all day about how great they are."

Maren, Parent

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