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Welcome to the Stowe Soccer Club’s 2017 Fall Soccer season.

Stowe Soccer’s aim is to develop players’ skills and appreciation for the game of soccer all while having fun.

The fall program is recreational. We play other recreational teams within Lamoille County and it is intended to meet the needs of players at all levels where they can play together. The fall program includes grades K-5 and runs from September through October. Kids are broken into teams by age group.

Training session schedule

Group

Location

Times

Kindergarten

SES Fields – Memorial Field

Saturdays 10:15-11:00

1st and 2nd graders

SES Fields – Memorial Field

Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 and Saturdays 9:00-10:00

3rd and 4th graders

Polo Fields

Mondays and Wednesdays 3:15-4:30

5th grade boys

Polo Fields

Mondays and Wednesdays 3:15-4:30

5th grade girls

Polo Fields

Mondays and Fridays 3:15-4:30

Game schedules

  • Games schedules for boys and girls in grades 3-5 are posted on http://www.morrisvilleyouthsoccer.com/
  • Games for 1st and 2nd graders will be scheduled and communicated by your coach as the season progresses.
  • Kindergarteners scrimmage each other but do not play in games with other towns.

·All players are required to wear cleats and shin guards and should bring a soccer ball and a water bottle to every training session and game. Players should have a small, healthy snack before the start of practice. (Kindergarteners do not need cleats, but do need shin guards.)

Important Safety Notes

  • Coaches are not responsible to ensure your child makes to it to practice, whether that is the walk from SES or to the Polo Fields. Please ensure they have adult supervision until practice begins.
  • The Polo fields have no shelter. Vermont weather is often unpredictable, appropriate clothing should be worn to all practices and if thunderstorms are threatening, parents should be standing by or have an adult ready to immediately retrieve their children.

 Additional Info

Your coaches will have team specific information and will be reaching out to registered players, as well as being available at training sessions.

If you have questions that your coach doesn’t have the answer to and are not addressed here contact: Sarah MacDonald, sarah_macg@hotmail.com

Vermont Youth Soccer Association

The Stowe Soccer Club is a member of the Vermont Soccer Association (VSA). VSA provides liability insurance to cover all players, coaches and organizers from claims or lawsuits arising from the soccer program or related activities. Medical insurance is also provided for injuries or accidents sustained by participants.  The liability and medical insurance benefits provide excess secondary coverage to any primary coverage. In the absence of any primary coverage the VSA insurance coverage will provide primary benefits.  As with any insurance there are certain limitations and exclusions, but the coverage is well worth the premium VSA charges the club.