4ATX Foundation, the nonprofit arm of Austin FC, announced on Tuesday the return of “Clinics 4ATX” Presented by St. David’s HealthCare, a series of five (5) free soccer clinics for children ages five (5) to 11 to take place between April and October at schools across Austin.

“4ATX Foundation and St. David’s HealthCare believe in the power of soccer to help communities thrive socially, emotionally and physically,” said Austin FC President and 4ATX Board Member Andy Loughnane. “Removing barriers and creating opportunities to enter the sport at a young age is the perfect way to support our shared mission, and we’re excited to offer no-cost opportunities for young people to play soccer throughout Austin.” 

Clinics 4ATX, which first occurred in 2019, will kickoff the 2022 series on Tuesday, April 19 from 4-6 p.m. CT at Jaime D. Padron Elementary School.

“After a two-year pandemic, we’re excited to elevate these soccer clinics to the next level with the now-completed St. David’s Performance Center,” said Denise Bradley, vice president of communications and community affairs for St. David’s HealthCare. “St. David’s HealthCare and Austin FC share a commitment to serving the community and creating exceptional experiences for all, including children and teens.”

Click here to register for free for the first two Clinics 4ATX Presented By St. David’s HealthCare. See below for the 2022 schedule.

Clinic #1: Jaime D. Padron Elementary School

  • April 19, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
  • 2011 W Rundberg Ln, Austin, TX 78758

Clinic #2: Gilbert Elementary School

  • April 26, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
  • 5412 Gilbert Rd, Austin, TX 78724

Date, time and location for Clinics #3, 4 and 5 to be announced in the near term.