Spring 2018 Recreational Soccer Full, but still room for Future Force, U4 and below!
2018 Spring Rec Soccer...Almost Full!
Spring Jamboree February 13
All U8 and U10 players registered for Spring Rec Soccer at IYSA are invited to join us for a Spring Jamboree hosted by Peter Duckworth. This will be a fun hour of small sided games to get your players amped for the season. Just bring a ball, shin guards, water and be ready to have fun!
U8 players are scheduled from 5:45 - 6:45 on fields 4A, B, C, and D.
U10 players will go from 7:00 - 8:00 on fields 7A and B
What's the Spring Schedule?
We're kicking off our Spring 2018 Recreational Season with our Spring Jamboree on Tuesday, February 13th.
The following weeks we will have our first U8-U10 clinics with Peter Duckworth on Tuesdays, the U6 clinic on Wednesdays at Future Force on Fridays from 5-6.
U6-U10 players will count these clinics as a single practice, with another weekly practice announced by their coach once the team is assembled, which will be by February 16th.
The first games will be on Saturday March 3rd.
For details on times and locations for your players' clinics, click here.
Introducing Future Force!
We are rolling out a new program to introduce your 2-4 year old to the great sport of soccer.
Future Force is a fun way for your young player to improve motor skills and learn about teamwork, camaraderie and respect....all while having fun.
Building Champions for 39 Years
Our Kicks for Tots program is geared towards 2-4 year olds who love to get outside and be active. It's a casual, fun environment where our youngest players can learn basic soccer skills and teamwork using fun activities.
At IYSA, soccer doesn't end with the last game of the season. We offer summer and winter camps to keep your players moving and having fun in between seasons. In addition, we often have special camps hosted by professional players and trainers.
Indialantic Soccer News
IYSA is very pleased to announce the addition of Peter Duckworth as Director of Youth Development. Peter brings with him a tremendous amount of coaching experience both locally and internationally. Peter has trained youth players as an English FA Schools coach, a Nike FC coach and for 8 years he was a youth coach at Manchester United. Locally, Peter worked with youth players at…Read More
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