The registration fee covers both halves of the season and your childs soccer uniform which is theirs to keep. It also covers fields and referee fees. (u8 and up)
When and where are games
We try and adhere to the following game days and fields, although they are subject to change:
Scooter Shooters: Sundays and Wednesdays on the big fields at Kyte Monroe (north side of the park)
U6: Mondays and Wednesdays at SCS Civic Arena
U8: Mondays and Wednesdays at Heritage Presbyterian Church or Masonic Heights Elementary
U10: Tuesdays and Thursdays at Harmon Elementary
U12: Saturdays, Sunday, Wednesdays Fields include Kyte Monroe as well as opponent fields
U14: Saturdays and Sundays, Fields include Kyte Monroe as well as opponent fields
What is Scooter Shooters?
Scooter Shooters offers new players ages 3 1⁄2 to 5 years old the chance to learn soccer basics. Important early skills such as ball control and safety will be taught. Each session is an hour long with the time divided between skills development and an inter-squad game. There are 8 sessions each half. This program is limited to the first 50 children that sign up.
Do I need to buy any equipment for my child?
The only thing that is required is shin guards. You must buy your own, the league does not supply them. Soccer cleats are highly recommended but not required to play.
How long is the season?
Our season consists of 20 games (weather permitting) broken down into two halves. The first half is in the fall and the second half is in the spring.
When does the first half start?
Games for the first half typically start after Labor Day
When are practices?
Practice schedules vary per each coach.
Where are the fields?
All of the game fields for Scooters through U10 are in St. Clair Shores. Check our web site for schedules and field locations. Maps to our fields can be found on our Parent’s Information page.
What are the division age groups?
Under 6 (u6), Under 8 (u8), Under 10 (u10), Under 12 (u12) and Under 14 (u14). All of our age groups are co-ed.
What is Metro Travel?
Metro Travel is what we call our U12 and U14 divisions. These divisions play other rec teams from neighboring communities like Grosse Pointe and Roseville. There are home games and away games. Please see web site for field locations.
What are small sided games?
These are soccer games with fewer players competing on a smaller sized field. These are fun games that involve the players more because fewer players are sharing one ball.
Can I coach?
Volunteers are always needed, contact a board member to find out availability of open coaching positions or fill out coaching section of registration form.
When’s the picnic and does my child get a trophy?
Our end of the season picnic is typically in June at Memorial Park in St. Clair Shores. All players receive a trophy or medal. Please refer to the web site for up do date picnic information.