The Indian Land YMCA Youth Soccer League is for ages 3-11. This youth recreational league program allows participants of all levels a chance to play. At the Y, every child plays at least half of every game. The leagues will emphasize soccer skill development, good sportsmanship, character development, teamwork, and most importantly: FUN!
Age determination is based on the age of the participant on or before October 15, 2023
Practices and Games
One-hour practices are scheduled Monday-Thursday between 5:00 pm-9:00 pm. All age groups will play games on Saturdays.
Game times can range from, but are not limited to, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm on Saturdays.
Jerseys and Shorts must be ordered before the first game. Please use this link to order your jersey.
Members: $75 Non-Member: $150
Team/Coach info will be EMAILED on August 16th.
Coaches Meeting: Tuesday, August 15th @ 6:00pm
Other Equipment Required: Shin Guards & Cleats
We will break on September 4th. There will be NO games or practices. Make up for this day is September 8th.
Sick Policy: If your child is showing flu-like symptoms, please do not attend practice or games. Your child may return to practice and games when there are no symptoms.
- If the YMCA has to cancel any programming due to government mandate in the State of South Carolina or if the YMCA chooses to cancel due to rising cases or exposure within the program, then we would offer participants the option to have an online credit placed on their account or for a full refund back to their original payment method.
- If the parent or player cannot participate because they have been asked to quarantine or are sick, then a refund would not be given.
Weather Policy: Games and Practices are subject to being canceled due to weather. Games and practices may not be made up and no refunds will be given due to weather.
What to Expect for this age group:
- Proper Passing Techniques
- Development of Positions
- Introduction to One-on-One Defense
- Ball Control & Dribbling
The U8 program encourages movement through soccer-related children’s games. A young player’s soccer experience should be a positive and fun one. Competitive pressures should be discouraged and players should be focused on the “everyone wins” theory. U8 players will be expected to be able to dribble with both feet, develop a soft first touch, and be comfortable shooting and passing. More importantly, they will have fun and develop a love for the game.
Contact Information: Troy Love, Program Director
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