Registration is Open!
Open registration closes March 1st
Fee: $150.00. New players to Ela Soccer Club will need to purchase a uniform $65.
Current Competitive/Travel players are not permitted to participate in the Recreational program.
Team, gender and age combinations in any given season may vary based on registration to form developmentally appropriate leagues. Players are sorted by geographic locations and schools. We do our best to balance teams. Date of registration is considered for team formation decisions. Late registrants are placed on teams with openings . Specific team or friend requests are not taken. If there is a specific extenuating/carpool need we will do what we can to honor the request, however the request must be reciprocal. Both families must make the same request. If a school or neighborhood does not have enough parent volunteer coaches, then players are put on teams in neighborhoods that do. All head coaches receive a $25 credit for volunteering. If practice days and times are important please consider volunteering! If more parents volunteer to coach at an age level than there are teams, then not everyone will be able coach. If we are short coaches at an age level we will request volunteers come forward. If no one volunteers the team is disbanded and players spread out among other teams.
Ela Soccer Club has the right to change any of these rules or make a decision that would be in the best interest of the participants.
Fee: $150.00 (New players are required to purchase shorts & socks -$27)
Under 4 and Under 5
Designed to introduce the game of soccer, each weekly session begins with 30 minutes of instructional, fun drills taught by professional trainers in group form. Players then split in to their pre-assigned teams with a volunteer coach for a 25 minute game. The games are played in a 4v4 format with no goalkeeper. The games are overseen by the professional trainers. Date of registration is considered for team formation decisions.
Designed for beginners and those graduated from the U5 sessions, the first 30 minutes consists of a practice about the fundamental techniques and skills of soccer taught by the professional trainers in group form. Players then split in to their pre-assigned teams with a volunteer coach for a 30 minute game. The games are played in a 5v5 format including a goalkeeper. To expand on the rules of the game throw ins and goal kicks are enforced and every game has a referee. The games are also overseen by the professional trainers. Date of registration is considered for team formation decisions.
Weekday skills sessions are also offered for players U4-U6 (see schedule)
All participants of ESC shall play in a league according to their grade.
A year is from Sept 1st through Aug 31st – encompassing the fall and spring outdoor season and the winter indoor season. No participant shall be allowed to play at a level below their age (play down) except in the case of extreme physical limitations. These exceptions need to be documented and approved prior to the season.
A participant requesting to play at an age level above his age (play up) can only do so by one of the following:
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