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RECREATION SOCCER

Note: If a player has been on a travel squad in the past year (Players in grades 3-8) then they must register prior to July 31, 2013 or they cannot play rec. soccer.

 Click here for the 2013 Soccer Registration Form!

 

DIRECTIONS TO SOCCER FIELDS

  • Clinic is for children enrolled in kindergarten, but we occasionally make exceptions for someone younger than 5.

 

  • Whistle is for children in 1st and 2nd grade, players should be less than eight years old (in soccer terminology U8, which means under age 8).

 

  • Division 5 (D5) is for players in 3rd and 4th grade, in soccer terms U10 (under age 10). Eight players are needed to field a team. 

 

  • Division 4 (D4) is for 5th and 6th grade players, in soccer terms U12 (under age 12). Eleven players are needed to field a team. 

 

  • Division 3 (D3) is for 7th and 8th grade players, in soccer terms U14 (under age 14).  Eleven players are needed to field a team. 

 

  • Soccer leagues are organized around two year cohorts; a player can play up (in the next older division), but not down (in a younger division). 

 

  • Teams for D5, D4, and D3 are determined by August 1st  of the current year and that teams cannot be added after that date; hence it is important to apply before the end of July. 

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
SOCCER


Youth soccer is a soccer program primarily devoted to the
enjoyment and development of soccer players without the emphasis on travel or high-level competition. The purpose of recreational soccer is to provide an opportunity for the participants to have fun, learn the sport and develop life skills including a lifelong love of the game.


When does the season start?

Practice for most teams begins in late August.  Practice can be once or twice per week, depending on the availability of the volunteer coach.  Players in grades 3-8 begin league playin Warren County the first Saturday after Labor Day.  Whistle players (1st and 2nd grade) begin intramural games the first Saturday after Labor Day.  Clinic players (kindergarten) do not practice and begin developmental sessions the first Saturday after Labor Day.  
Parents are usually contacted about the beginning of the season, practice schedules and games via email. 

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What days of the week will we practice and play?


Teams will practice on weeknights (based on field assignments) Practice schedules are left to the discretion of the individual coach at each level.
Games are held on Saturdays with the exception of rain dates, which are made up on Sundays.
Field Assignments are as follows:
Kindergarten - Washington Boro Park
Whistle Teams - Washington Boro Park
3rd & 4th Graders - Washington Boro Park OR Vara Field
5th & 6th Graders - Warren Hills Middle School
7th & 8th Graders - Warren Hills Middle School
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What equipment do I need to provide and where can I get it?


Starting with safety, if you wear braces, consult your orthodontist about protective mouth gear. If you wear eyeglasses, consult your optometrist to determine if they are appropriate to wear during sports.
Soccer cleats and shin guards are required. Children are also welcome to bring their own ball to practice with and are encouraged to practice at home as well.
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Who can I call to become a coach or if I have more questions?


Our programs are run entirely by Volunteers. Parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to participate in making the Boro Recreational Soccer program a success. There are many ways in which your time can be donated: Coaching, Assisting or Fundraising. Please consider this as the success of our teams largely depends on it. Coaches must be Rutgers Certified. This training is paid for by the Boro.
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If you are interested in volunteering or have additional questions, please contact Victor Cioni @ V_Cioni@yahoo.com or cell #: 908-619-0274

 

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