Our NYC team has been up and running since fall of 2018, and holds practices every Sunday when school is in session. We welcome players of all levels from all five boroughs of the city. In warm weather, we practice at Cadman Plaza Park in Brooklyn. We will be kicking off our fall 2019 season on Sunday September 15th at 09:00am. CP Soccer NYC is honored to partner with New York Red Bulls to provide coaching and training for our players.

Please register below to learn more about our team.


Cadman Plaza Park
Turf in front of War Memorial
Brooklyn, NY 11201


Sundays 9:00 to 11:00am starting September 15th 2019


Click here to enroll or to learn more about our team.


Team players click here to see schedule and update attendance.


Our Team

Founders, Coaches and Advisors

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Jacqueline Chen

Jacqueline is the founder of the CP Soccer NYC team. She was a co-founder and General Manager at a center for children with special needs in Beijing, China. Her son Eliott has spastic diplegia and is a soccer fanatic who’s been playing soccer since he was 5.


New York Red Bulls

CP Soccer NYC is excited and honored to partner with New York Red Bulls to provide coaching and training for our players. New York Red Bull’s commitment in offering unwavering support and education to youth soccer communities in the New York area is very much aligned to CP Soccer’s missions.

New York Red Bulls is a loyal supporter of the CP Soccer program and has partnered closely with CP Soccer NYC through their training camp and fan experiences. In summer 2019, New York Red Bulls helped deliver CP Soccer NYC’s first summer day camp to much success, coaching players to be better athletes, soccer players and sports persons.

New York Red Bulls are combining their player development philosophies with CP Soccer pedagogy to deliver trainings tailored for our team.

CP Soccer NYC Summer Day Camp 2019

CP Soccer NYC ran our first soccer day camp in July 2019!

We began each morning with tailored warm ups and then it was some serious soccer drills and skills followed by scrimmages. Then it was a round of yoga to cool down. Our camp included a study to measure the physical and emotional impact of soccer and team sports on kids with cerebral palsy. Players wore heart monitors to measure their activity and efficiency. At the end of the week, they were all better athletes, soccer players and sportspersons!