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Registration InformationUpdatedMonday July 30, 2018 bySachem Youth Soccer League.
Fall 2018 Dates:
Soccer Speed and Agility training!
Space is limited.
Sessions are Sunday Mornings at 10 AM (SYSL reserves the right to add a session at 11 AM based upon registrations)
2/2, 2/9, 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29
Girls 2010 ID Clinic:
When: Sunday March 1st
Time: 2-3:30 PM
Where: Chippewa Elementary.
The spring season will begin in late March /early April
Intramural soccer is a great way to introduce the game of soccer. Games are played each weekend at the Waverly Avenue soccer complex.
New Coaches are always needed. Please volunteer when you register your child.
Sachem has entered into a partnership with Long Island Professional Soccer to provide a professional training curriculum for all Intramural Players and is included in your registration. Coaches are required to bring their teams down to their age group practices each week and will follow an age appropriate curriculum designed by Long Island Professional Soccer.
There will be optional Professionally run training sessions for all Intramural players
On game day, all children must wear their SYSL uniform.
In addition, children must wear sneakers or soccer cleats and shin pads.
NO Jewelry of any kind can be worn. No exceptions for newly pierced ears.
The Future Stars and Rising Stars programs are designed to introduce children to the basic skills of soccer. It is developmental in design, consisting of 30 minute sessions with professional trainers. The trainers use fun games and props to reinforce soccer skills. Program is run on Sundays. Children need soccer balls and soccer shin guards. They can wear soccer cleats or sneakers. No uniforms are needed. You are not permitted to switch sessions. You are required to attend the session you child is registered in.
Thanks and enjoy the program.
The spring season begins in late March / early April
SYSL Travel - Fall 2019 / Spring 2020
Travel Soccer is a tryout based program. You should only register after completing tryouts and being accepted to a team
Interleague is the recreational travel division of soccer. Teams typically alternate home and away games against neighboring leagues. The spring season will begin in late March / early April