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AJAX Kick Arounds for BOYS:


Wed June 1st 6:30 p.m. @ SLUH Football 2009 Boys Lawler
    2006 Boys Amsterdam
Thurs June 2nd 6:30 p.m. @ Bayless HS 2007 Boys Buck
    2006 Boys Lawler


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AJAX Kick Arounds for GIRLS:


Tues May 31st 6:30 p.m. @ SLUH Football  2005 Girls United

Wed June 1st 6:30 p.m. @ SLUH Football    2005 Girls United

Thurs June 2nd 6:30 p.m  @ Bayless HS      2004 Girls Heavey


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AJAX Saint Louis SC

We are a family friendly, community based club with affordable club fees that provides excellent training and personal development to children of all ages and skill levels who live in the central corridor of St. Louis, MO. We provide a soccer organization where your child will grow and develop, not only as a soccer player, but also as a person. It is our belief that children should participate in multiple sports and academic activities in order to nurture their athletic ability and self confidence. Our goals are to improve the skill level of each player and to nurture the "love of the game" in a positive and fun atmosphere.

Congratulations Nick Bokern

2014 St. Mary's HS Hall of Fame Induction Banquet

Congratulations to Nick Bokern, AJAX St. Louis Founder and Director, for his induction into the St. Mary's High School Athletic Hall of Fame.  After the induction banquet Nick's friends and family gathered at The Mack Neighborhood Bar and Grill, 4615 Macklind, 63109 - Home of AJAX St. Louis SC.  


Soccer News

Columbia Pride Invitational

06/25/2014, 10:00pm CDT
By Ajax St. Louis SC

Congratulations to the AJAX U-10 GIRL'S RED DEVILS for winning the Championship of the Columbia Pride Invitational in the 8v8 bracket.  The girls did not concede a single goal.  They outscored teams 16-0, winning the final 6-0.  Great job ladies!

"Researchers Bruce Brown and Rob Miller asked college athletes what their parents said that made them feel great and brought them joy when they played sports. Want to know the six words they most want to hear their parents say?"

I’ll be honest: I kind of hate a lot about kids’ sports. It’s one area where Kara and I hold different opinions. I’m the wet blanket in the office about everything from little league to major sporting events. Mainly I get concerned about the ways our culture obsesses about kids’ performance. All kinds of parental anxiety and dysfunction plays out on the sidelines and in the bleachers, and you only need walk to your local park to catch a glimpse for yourself. Sports have such potential to build character, perseverance, and skill. Sometimes they succeed, and other times coaches, parents, and mobs of hot-or-cold fans burn out or puff up kids in quite damaging ways. All that aside, my son’s getting ready to play T-ball this spring. I say getting ready, because after sign-ups we were informed that “spring training” would begin immediately this week. I didn’t sign up for that. They want kids there four nights a week, pre-season, to build skills prior to being placed on teams. Did I mention this was just at my local neighborhood park league, not “competitive” T-ball? In the midst of considering my own response to this, I stumbled across this great article by student leadership development expert Tim Elmore. In it he discusses research on what parents can say both before and after the game to encourage their kids, without making everything about performance (either positively or negatively). Elmore suggests: Based on psychological research, the three healthiest statements moms and dads can make as [kids] perform are: Before the Competition: Have fun. Play hard. I love you. After the competition: Did you have fun? I’m proud of you. I love you. It gets even better. Researchers Bruce Brown and Rob Miller asked college athletes what their parents said that made them feel great and brought them joy when they played sports. Want to know the six words they most want to hear their parents say? “I love to watch you play.” That’s it. Nothing aggrandizing like “you’re an all-star,” and nothing discouraging like “here are a couple of things I noticed that you can work on.” Just “I love to watch you play.” As I gear up for T-ball, band concerts, gymnastics practice, and everything else I’ll be watching my three kids do this year, I’m internalizing these six words. I’m sure I’ll say other things, some that are helpful and some that aren't. But I want my kids to hear that doing what they do, and learning about who God created them to be, is a joy to watch as it unfolds. Article found at:

  • Parents On The Soccer Sidelines

  • 02/08/2015, 12:00pm CST , By Jason Pratt
  • "It is hard to imagine too many people who would look into a mirror and admit that they are staring at “that parent”. Yet all I have to do is refer to “that parent” and you probably know who I am talking about and to what behaviors I am referring."
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