Spring Soccer Clinic 2014 for U-6 & U-8
REGISTRATION OPEN <-- Click Here
IMPORTANT - PLEASE confirm your email address on your account is correct. This is our main form of communication.
Clinics will meet once per week on Tuesdays or Fridays, from April 29th to June 6th.
U6 Player sessions from 6 – 7 pm
U8 Player sessions from 7 – 8 pm
Please select your preferred day to attend when registering. All players will be placed on a wait listed until we have 10 participants for each session.
$40 per participant for 6 weeks - maximum of 12 players (minimum 10) each session so register early!!
We have use of the Martin School gym for training so players will need to have regular sneakers or indoor soccer cleats. Outdoor cleats will not be allowed in the gym. May 2 and May 23 clinics will be held on the soccer fields weather permitting.
Each player will need a ball, shin pads and a water bottle.
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION NIGHT
The Revolution will be taking on Philadelphia Union
Tickets are discounted to only $17 each - FREE Parking close to the stadium & FREE Tailgating
Game kick off is 7:30 -
All Players, Families and Friends are invited to join us for the Rev vs Union match this spring. No limit on the number of tickets you can purchase.
Orders will be taken through April 15 for the best seating.
Travel Director(s) - We are looking for one or 2 people to work together who will co-ordinate the travel soccer season. They will send communications between the South Coast Soccer League and the coaches for SYS. Time commitment is approx. 15-20 hours. Monthly SCSL meetings held with travel expenses being reimbursed by the league. For more information contact email@example.com
Field Assistants - We need 4-6 people to help the field director set up the fields, which includes painting the fields weekly during the season (fall and spring), repairing nets as needed, checking fields on game day. It would be weekly for 8 weeks approx. 1 hour a week. if you think this is something you can help out with please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Seekonk Youth Soccer is 100% volunteer driven from the board members to the coaches.*
* Without volunteers we will not be able to offer the programs we do. Please volunteer today!!*
BLACK GOOSE SOCCER REGISTRATION - CLOSED
You are committing to 4 home games and 4 away games for the season. We do not know the location of the away games until the schedule is released.
http://southcoastsoccer.org/ -Link to the South Coast Soccer website including the schedule.
If you volunteer when registering your child - Every volunteer for the Seekonk Youth Soccer league must complete and pass a CORI check and complete the free concussion course online BEFORE they can be considered to coach or assistant coach. We can not accept volunteers, coaches, asst. coachs, etc. until they have passed a CORI check and passed the concussion course. We will select our coaches/asst coaches from those who have submitted the proper paperwork. Please be sure to fill out a CORI form for the town for each season. Click Here--> CORI. Click Here ---> Concussion course. Please print this form and complete. Forms must be returned to the team assignor along with a copy of your license atleast 3 weeks prior to the start of the season. Completed CORI forms and Concussion Course certificate can be mailed to Seekonk Soccer, P.O. Box 411, Seekonk, MA 02771. If you need to contact the team assignor - Click Here
3 things listed below must be completed by every volunteer for the league.
1) Town of Seekonk CORI form with a copy of a valid driver's license
2) MYSA CORI---please use the following link: Massachusetts Youth Soccer CORI/ KIDSAFE Form
3) Ceritficate of completion for the concussion course (link on Seekonk Youth Soccer website)
Next Board Meeting:
All are welcome to attend the Seekonk Youth Soccer board meeting. All meetings will be held on the first Monday of every month at Aitken School at 7 pm.
No Meeting in the months of July and August
Just a Little Soccer Boy
He runs toward the goal with his heart pounding fast.
Dribbling the ball and hoping to make it past.
Mom and Dad cannot help him, he moves all alone.
A goal at this moment would send the other team home.
The ball meets his foot; he kicks and it misses.
There is a groan from the crowd, with some boos and some hisses.
A thoughtless voice cries,, "Take out the bum."
Tears fill his eyes; the game's no longer fun.
So open your heart and give him a break.
For it's moments like this, a man you can make.
Keep this in mind when you hear someone forget.
He's just a little boy and not a man yet.