KickN It Logo + CN & SJKick'N It Summer Program

      Introducing the beautiful game in a community-oriented environment.

      Kick'N It Summer Program is a FREE event for U7 kids to go out and play at the Kaiser Permanente Thrive Court inside PayPal Park! This summer program will be made up of teams that have been chosen from individual clubs in District 2. 

      Kick'N It is an excellent opportunity for teams to provide more playing opportunities for their players while creating a vertical pathway to competitive teams for players. This opportunity will feature awesome perks like attending Quakes II games & Movie Nights presented by CEFCU. 

      Find Out More About Kick'N It Summer Program

      Program Structure

      Kick'N It will be made up of teams that have been chosen from individual clubs.

      Kick'N It an excellent opportunity for teams to provide more playing opportunities for their players while creating a vertical pathway to competitive teams for players.  

      Possible structure:

      2x15 w/ 5 min half

      10 mins btw games

      Game 1

      4:30 - 5:05pm

      Game 2

      5:15 - 5:50pm

      Game 3

      6:00 - 6:35pm

      Game 4

      6:45 - 6:20pm

      Game 5

      6:30 - 7:05pm

      Game 6

      7:15 - 7:50pm

      *Game 7*

      8:00 - 8:35pm




      Open To

      Teams must be registered with a Cal North member league in order to be accepted. If not already registered, Cal North can guide you through the registration process. The team’s playing league requirement can be fulfilled by playing in Cal North affiliated and approved recreational leagues. 

      This league will form as a U7 boys and girls playing league.  The number of registrations will determine the number of teams in each division.  


      Age Groups

      U7 Boys and Girls 

      Competition Dates

      League Competition dates for Kick'N It will be:









      Application Deadline

      All Ages and Teams:

      Deadline is May 1st , or until brackets are filled, whichever comes first. Initial schedules will be released by (schedule release date coming mid May).  Final schedules will be released (final schedule date - late May) 


      Rosters must be made up of players that participated in your leagues recreational program during the fall of 2022.  Clubs are not allowed to bring in players from other clubs to participate.  

      Entry Fee

      Kick'N It is 100% FREE! 

      The only cost will be individual player registration fees. 

      Recreational - $11.25

      Competitive - $18

      Kick'N It Benefits

      Following are the benefits to leagues that participate in the Kick'N It Summer Program:

      • Attend Quakes II games
      • Movie Nights presented by CEFCU 
      • More soccer opportunity for recreational players
      • Community-oriented opportunities
      • A connection between the recreational and competitive divisions of a club
      • A training ground for volunteer coaches to move up to higher levels of coaching
      • A developmental step for recreational players who aspire to move into the competitive environment
      • Additional club/league revenue for the organization

      Frequently Asked Questions:

      What is Kick'N It Summer Program? 

      Fun, Free, 4v4 Summer League for 2011s

      Can we do COED teams?


      Will there be referees officiating these games?


      Do Coaches need to complete Risk Management Requirements? 

      Yes they will need to complete Livescan, Safesport, Background Check, and Intro to Safety

      What will the function of game day look like?

      Street style soccer, only registered players can participate

      What is the roster size look like: 

      4 players on the field

      Max # of Players: 10

      What will be the game times?

      Games will be played from 4pm - 8pm. 

      Can we watch the movie and play soccer?

      Yes! Movie will be playing from 6pm - 8pm on big screen 


      CEFCU Movie Night Series Schedule

      CEFCU Movie Night Series Returns to PayPal Park

      Award-winning movies to be displayed on large video board

      SAN JOSE, Calif. – The Movie Night Series, presented by CEFCU, will return to PayPal Park for the sixth consecutive year from June 13 – July 25. The Movie Night Series will bring films to the stadium’s large video board during six Tuesdays this summer, creating a family-friendly event where moviegoers of all ages can share an outdoor viewing experience. The viewing parties are free to attend by clicking here.


      The six movies to be featured in the 2023 Movie Nights Series are Minions: Rise of Gru (June 13), The Lego Movie (June 20), Raya and the Last Dragon (June 27), Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (July 11), Lyle, Lyle Crocodile (July 18), and Spider-Man: No Way Home (July 25). Showtimes will begin at 6 p.m. PT for all six screenings, with gates opening at 5:30 p.m. PT. Movie watchers can park in the Audi Lot behind the stadium.


      CEFCU and the Quakes Foundation will also be accepting back-to-school items and digital donations at the main gate of PayPal Park on each movie night, benefitting local students in preparation for the upcoming school year. Additionally, two equipment sales will take place on-site during the June 13 and July 25 screenings.




      TIME (PT)



      Tuesday, June 13

      6 p.m.

      Minions: Rise of Gru

      Food Truck

      Tuesday, June 20

      6 p.m.

      The Lego Movie

      Quakes player appearance

      Tuesday, June 27

      6 p.m.

      Raya and the Last Dragon

      Free face painting

      Tuesday, July 11

      6 p.m.

      Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

      $2 hot dogs for first 100 fans

      Tuesday, July 18

      6 p.m.

      Lyle, Lyle Crocodile

      Quakes player appearance

      Tuesday, July 25

      6 p.m.

      Spider-Man: No Way Home

      Free ice cream for first 100 fans


      Minions: Rise of Gru follows the origin story of the iconic supervillain sidekicks and the journey to find a new evil boss to serve. Minions: Rise of Gru was awarded the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Family Movie in 2016.


      Set in a world made entirely of Legos, The Lego Movie follows the story of an ordinary guy mistaken as an extraordinary being and the key to saving the world. The Lego Movie was awarded Best Animated Feature Film and earned an Academy Awards Best Original Song and Grammy nomination for “Everything is Awesome.”


      Debuted in 2021, Raya and the Last Dragon is set in an ancient world of magic and dragons, and the journey of a lone warrior trying to save her world from sinister monsters. Raya and the Last Dragon earned nominations for Best Animated Feature Film at the Academy Awards and for Best Motion Picture at the Golden Globes.


      Puss in Boots: The Last Wish follows the back story of the star cat Puss as he seeks to restore his lost honor after being blamed for a crime he did not commit. A year after it was released, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish won the Blimp Award for Favorite Animated Movie.


      Taking place in New York City, Lyle, Lyle Crocodile tells the story of a young boy’s struggle to fit in until he makes a new friend who so happens to be a crocodile. Starring singer Shawn Mendes as Lyle, the movie was nominated for Best Family Movie at the Movieguide Awards.


      Spider-Man: No Way Home debuted in 2021 as the third installment of the Spider-Man series starring Tom Holland. In the movie, Spider-Man encounters his biggest challenge yet when he is exposed to new heroes and villains from different multiverses. The film was nominated for 59 awards and won 24 of them.