Spring 2021 Recreational Soccer
Registration for Spring Soccer is Now Closed.
What is Rec Soccer, how does it differ from Travel?
Recreational soccer (or rec soccer) is an intramural program. Teams are comprised of Sharon residents; sessions are organized by grade level. Travel soccer is a tryout program in which players travel to play against teams from other towns.
The spring rec program, like the fall, will bring small groups together for modified scrimmage/game play for 45-minute sessions on Saturdays at Gavins Pond Fields. The season will run from April 10 to June 5. There will be no soccer on April 17 due to school vacation week. If two or more sessions are cancelled due to inclement weather, one session will be added on June 12.
● PreK, U5 session 8:30-9:20 AM
● Kindergarten, U6 session 9:45-10:35 AM
● First Grade, U7 session 11:00-11:50 AM
● Second Grade, U8 session 12:15-1:05 PM
● Third & Fourth Grade, U10 session, 1:30-2:20 PM
Rec is not a drop off program, a parent or guardian must remain on-site. As of March 2021, due to MYSA restrictions, each player may have two adults spectators accompany them to the field complex. Siblings are also permitted.
Following each session, the parking lot will need to be fully cleared to allow for the next session to arrive. Please note the transition time between sessions to allow groups to clear the field before the next session arrives.
Complete information on our COVID-19 protocols can be found here.
Sessions will consist of approximately 20 minutes of instructional work (drills), a short break (for water and hand sanitizing) and 20 minutes of scrimmage/game play.
Masks & Equipment
Masks are required. Players, coaches and parent spectators must wear masks for the duration of the session. Player masks must be the ear loop kind, player masks cannot wrap around the neck. Players must also wear typical soccer equipment: shin guards with socks worn over them and athletic shoes or cleats. Players should bring their own ball (U5, U6, U7 and U8 use a size 3 ball, U10 uses size 4).