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What is a clinic? A clinic is essentially a practice environment without weekly scheduled games.
This multi-week clinic is designed for 3 or 4 year old children. Special exceptions will be made for some 5 year olds that are not ready for U6. This program will aid in the development of your child's fine motor skills and spread the fun of soccer to each child and parent who takes part.
Primarily for 8 to 17 year olds. Click here for more information about local soccer camps
The only intramural program we have is the U6 coed program. It is called intramural because there are no away games. Teams practice once or twice a week, plus one game a week.
This program is for U8 to U14 teams and is a part of the Lebanon Valley Youth Soccer League, which is a traveling recreation league, against nearby clubs generally no more that 25 to 30 minutes away. A recreational team is a team where everyone gets a fair share of playing time regardless of skill level. This does not mean every player will have exactly the same amount of playing time, but that each player should ideally play 50% of a game. Of course there are exceptions to this objective such as sickness, injury, or a case where a game may progress and substitution is not allowed, like where the ball does not go out of bounds. These teams usually practice 1 to 2 hours a week with games on weekends during active league sessions. Teams may also take part in off season tournaments
This program is generally a higher level of play than recreational soccer and may travel further for away games (3 or 4, possibilly more for play-offs). Try outs may be used to limit the roster size. These teams usually practice 2 to 3 hours a week with games on weekends during active league sessions. Teams may also take part in off season tournaments
This is an event where the club gives back to the community as everyone is invited. It the past this has featured face painting, a bounce house. concessions and a 5v5 soccer tournament.