TRACOS Soccer School and FC TRACOS

TRACOS runs five soccer schools and one soccer club in Tokyo, and two soccer schools in Kanagawa for children and adults with learning disabilities/difficulties such as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, epilepsy, Williams Syndrome, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD). We keep the fun factor in training sessions to ensure each child and adult enjoys playing soccer.

NOTE: Learning disability and learning difficulties are terms that are commonly used in the UK. In other English speaking countries, learning disability is commonly called 'Intellectual disability', and learning difficulty is called 'learning disability'.
Cf. What’s the Difference Between Learning Disabilities and Intellectual Disabilities?

TRACOS Soccer School Fees

Admission fee 10,800 JPY
Annual Membership fee 10,800 JPY (From the 2nd year)
Monthly Fees 8,600 JPY /month

FC TRACOS Fees (Age 16 or older)

Admission fee 10,800 JPY
Annual Membership fee 10,800 JPY (From the 2nd year)
Monthly Fees 6,500 JPY /month

Our Coaches

  • Masayoshi Y.

    Masayoshi Yoshizawa
  • Mitsuteru F.

    Mitsuteru Fujinuma
  • Atsuko O.

    Atsuko Hagino
  • Motoki M.

    Motoki Matsui
  • Shusaku K.

    Shusaku Kume
  • Volunteer

    Volunteer Coaches
    Many volunteer coaches support us!

Schools / Club

TRACOS provides soccer training in Edogawa-ku, Koto-ku, Sumida-ku, Nakano-ku, Yokohama-shi and Fujisawa-shi in Tokyo/Kanagawa. Our certified coaches are always on hand to help the students/players derive a lot of pleasure from soccer.


TRACOS On-Site Soccer Classes

onsite soccer class
onsite soccer class

NPO TRACOS sends experienced and professional coaches to special-needs schools and events to offer soccer classes for children with special needs who can’t come to our schools because of distance.

Coaches carry fun inflatable soccer equipment, which helps children find sports fun and interesting. Our on-site soccer class is not only for children but also for their parents. Parents share information with each other and develop mutual feelings of fellowship before and after class.