Spring 2022 Recreational Soccer

SPRING REGISTRATION 2022 IS CLOSED!


We are using GotSport System for registration. All paperwork will be completed online. Make sure you fully complete the registration process by signing and complete the payment in full.
Click on the link below to register for all programs: https://system.gotsport.com/programs/315T02493

What is Recreational Soccer and Why it is Good for Kids?

Recreational soccer primarily devotes itself to the enjoyment and development of soccer players without the emphasis on high-level pressure to win. The purpose of recreational soccer is to provide an opportunity for the participants to have fun, play with a sense of team and community, learn the sport, and develop life skills including a lifelong love of the game.

Recreational Player - a player who is randomly assigned to a team without regard to his/her abilities and skills. Recreational Team - teams formed randomly to play soccer.

Fun! - It is critical that players involved in youth soccer enjoy the game in which they are playing.

In Florida, we define recreational soccer as inexpensive soccer programs created for fun, exercise and development of all young players in environments where competition is firmly deemphasized. Individual players all play for different reasons, but a successful recreational soccer program must effectively encompass all three major elements of fun, healthy exercise and learning. 

The Benefits of Recreation Soccer

·         Recreational soccer provides a rich and enjoyable environment where children can be introduced to the sport in a nurturing and supportive way that allows them to learn the game, experience the game and grow to love the game.

·         Low pressure, fun filled activities are essential to the development of basic skills and tactical awareness and recreational soccer provides just that model. 

·         Players get to play with their school and neighborhood friends

·         Guaranteed 50% playing time

 makes it a  starting place for all young players

·         Recreational programming for the younger players is the very lifeblood of the sport. The youngest players in soccer, all enter as recreational players.

·         Young people who have constructive and useful activities are less likely to have social problems.

·          Initial development of the future elite players later down the road for those who choose that level of play.