Rising/Future Stars in Training U3-U4
Updated Tuesday October 1, 2019 by Bart Polster.
U3 & U4 Information
Hello U3 & U4 Parents!!!
Reminder: Please report 10 minutes prior to your 30 minute registered time slot.
Rising Stars / Future Stars will be played on the following dates:
- Sunday 9/15/2019
- Sunday 9/22/2019
- Sunday 9/29/2019
- Sunday 10/6/2019
- Sunday 10/20/2019
- Sunday 10/27/2019
- Sunday 11/3/2019
- Sunday 11/10/2019
- Sunday 11/17/2019
If you don’t remember the time you registered for, log into your account here to view it:
Most sessions are at the player/coach ratio recommended maximum limit. We highly encourage you to train at your time slot you registered. If you cannot make a session, you don’t need to notify anyone. We do understand at times the times may not work on a given day. You can attend another session but please notify director of program prior.
Each group will have a trainer for each session and will take the kids through fun games to teach basic soccer skills. Sessions run 30 minutes in length. Please exit the field promptly so the next session can begin on time. You are responsible for staying at the field with your child. Please don’t leave.
We will train on Sundays (typically) @ the Waverly Avenue soccer fields. When you walk onto the complex from the parking lot; we will be training to the left of the complex. Please Review our Field map for player location area.
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your time so we can direct you to your coaches and check them in.
If we have to cancel due to weather, we will post a message at www.sysl.org.
Children should wear shorts, tee shirt, soccer shin guards, and soccer cleats or sneakers. If it is chilly, sweat pants and sweatshirts are okay also.
Due to insurance regulations, NO Jewelry (ear rings, etc) of any kind are permitted! Ear piercing should be done outside of the season, children will have to take them out to play, no band aid covering is allowed as it violates player insurance regulations.
BRING A "SIZE 3" SOCCER BALL & SHIN GUARDS. Make sure your child's name is on the ball. Many of the drills and games call for ball sharing which is something that can cause problems for 3/4 year olds that have identical balls.