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Intramural Soccer Divisions

South Country Youth Soccer League

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For all of our divisions, uniform and shin guards are required at every practice and games, meanwhile cleats are also strongly encouraged. Bringing lots of water is also strongly encouraged. 

Please note: Cleats should be soccer specific cleats.

PeeWee

The Pee Wee division is for players aged 5 and 6 years old.

Pee Wee players have an eight-week training season in the Fall AND an eight-week training season in the Spring. Parents only need to register once. 

All practices are held on Sunday mornings at a pre-determined time that remains the same throughout the season. 

At each practice, players will practice for approximately 30 minutes per session and will then scrimmage for the remaining 30 minutes. The scrimmage will be managed by a professional trainer. 

Division 1

Division One is for players that are approximately 7 and 8 years old.

Division One players have approximately an eight-game schedule in the Spring AND an eight-game schedule in the Fall. Parents only need to register once. 

Each player is provided at least one hour of professional training per week throughout the season, with the option for a second hour available. 

Games consist of four 12-minute quarters and are held every Sunday morning at either 9.00am, 10.00am, or 11.00am. 

All games are against other club players and are played in an environment that places fun as its number one priority. There are no scores or standings. 

Division 2

Division Two is for players that are approximately 9 and 10 years old.

Division Two players have approximately an eight-game schedule in the Spring AND an eight-game schedule in the Fall. Parents only need to register once. 

Each player is provided at least one hour of professional training per week throughout the season, with the option for a second hour available. 

Games consist of two 25 minute halves and are held every Sunday morning at either 9.00am, 10.00am, or 11.00am. 

All games are against other club players and are played in an environment that places fun as its number one priority. There are no scores or standings. 

End of Year Festival

In addition to playing our last games that day, we will once again use this day to celebrate a year of fun.

A BBQ will be set up once again.

There will be a DJ playing music.

The trophy presentations for every team & child continue throughout the day. And we will draw our annual raffle prizes. 

We are in desperate need of volunteers to become part of our festival committee as well as helpers on the field that day. With your help, this can once again be a huge success.