Stay in Touch with Little League Soccer

Keep up to date with the latest Little League Soccer news by following us online and subscribing to our newsletter, push notifications and more!

As Little League Soccer has grown, it’s become increasingly important that we can get important messages and announcements out to players and parents across our centres in the Klang Valley. That’s why we now offer multiple ways for our members to receive the latest updates.

Whether you’d prefer to stay in touch via email, Facebook, Instagram or our website please ensure you’ve got our latest details so you don’t miss any messages.

Scroll down to find out how you can stay up to date with Little League Soccer.

Website

All announcements regarding training, changes to the schedule, upcoming events and more can always be found at www.littleleague.my The best place to look? Our red ‘Announcements’ bar found on the Home and Schedule pages. 

Social Media

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @littleleaguesoccermy to get not only the latest club news and training notices but also the best photos and videos from the Weekend Friendly Series, our FC Kuala Lumpur teams, and other Little League Soccer events.

Email

Major announcements, such as a training venue change or a Weekend Friendly Series registration form, are sent out via email. We do our best to keep the email list up to date, however if you are not receiving our messages please ensure you complete the form below.

You may wish to add ‘marketing@littleleague.my’ to your email contact book so our emails make it to your inbox.

Push Notifications

Viewing the Little League Soccer website on a laptop, desktop or Android device? You can subscribe to our push notifications so important news is sent directly to your computer or mobile. If you’re on a compatible device you should see a pop up asking if you’d like to receive messages from us. Click ‘Allow’ and push notifications will be turned on for littleleague.my

Don’t worry we’ll only send notifications when we need to get important information out to our players and parents.