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November 14, 2011 10:56 PM

Indiana Soccer TOPSoccer program was named in the Indy’s Child magazine as one of the best athletic programs for individuals with special needs. The program started in Indiana a year ago and has over 100 people participating in soccer through several Indiana Soccer club members.   Among others, Indiana Soccer is thankful for clubs such as Dynamo FC, St. Francis, Fort Wayne Sports Club, Fusion, Elkhart Flames, Jasper and F.C. Pride who hold these programs throughout the year. Indiana Soccer hopes to add more program in the near future at Putnam County Youth Soccer, Bloomington Cutters and Blue River Soccer in Shelby County.
Indiana Soccer is proud to see that administrators of these clubs are striving for creating and developing the TOPSoccer program in their communities to bring the opportunity to hundreds of people that otherwise would not be involved in the sport.
To find out more about TOPSoccer, please go to and click on the TOPSoccer icon at the top of our homepage. If you need further information, you may contact Joy Carter ( or Jason Brown (

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Indy's Child Parenting Magazine serves as Indiana's number one parenting resource magazine and Web site. As an independent publication, we strive to make sure we give our readers exactly what they are looking for. We are a valuable guide for parents, educators and child care providers, and we are one of the only publications to be distributed to a majority of schools, libraries, child care agencies and other family-oriented facilities.
About Indiana Soccer
Indiana Soccer is the largest youth and adult sport organization in the state of Indiana and member of the US Youth Soccer, US Adult Soccer Association and United States Soccer Federation. The association registers more than 56,000 players, ages 5 to 19, and almost 3,000 adult players, ages 19 to 65+, and over 15,000 administrators, coaches, referees and volunteers. Indiana Soccer programs provide a fun, safe and healthy environment for players at every level of the game. For more information,