2020 INDOOR SOCCER BEGINS JANUARY 11
Indoor Soccer 2021 Program Information
The SAA Recreational Indoor Soccer Program is a subsidiary activity governed by the SAA Recreational Soccer Board. Participation in the indoor program is voluntary and is open to all members of the SAA Recreational Soccer Program, as well as other residents of Schaumburg and surrounding communities. The indoor program is separate from the outdoor program and players registered in the outdoor program are not required to participate in the indoor program. Registration is on an individual basis with teams formed by the program administration.
The indoor program will consist of a 10-week session for Kindergarten through 8th grade teams. A coed, high school league will also be formed, but no skills training will be provided. There are no practices, only games on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Wednesdays at 5:30, 6:20, 7:10, or 8:00.
All activities will take place at The Sport Center, the Schaumburg Park District's indoor facility located at 1141 W. Irving Park Rd. (next to the Schaumburg Airport). Game days will alternate weekly. All players will play at least one half of each game.
Indoor soccer is played a modern synthetic field turf. Players may wear either indoor soccer shoes or their outdoor soccer shoes, provided they are in clean condition. The league will provide a uniform consisting of a colored t-shirt and matching socks. Players will be required to provide their own black shorts which should be loose fitting and their length should be around the knees and shin guards.
Teams will be formed by player's grade. Players will not necessarily be placed with other players from their fall outdoor team. Teams will be Co-Ed for Kindergarten, 5th/6th, 7th/8th grade and high school leagues. Single gender teams between 1st and 4th grade will be setup provided there are enough players registered to accommodate this. Otherwise teams will be Co-Ed as well. Divisions will be formed for Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade, 3rd and 4th grade, 5th and 6th grade, 7th and 8th grade, and high school age groups. The indoor game is played with a smaller number of players than the standard outdoor game. Games of 4 vs. 4 (Pre-K-2nd), 7 vs. 7 (3rd-8th) and 6 vs. 6 (HS) are planned for the indoor program.
Questions? Contact SAA at (847) 352-7422 or email email@example.com.
SAA Rec Soccer will again field a girls High School Rec team(s) to play in the Blackmore League. While Games will be played home and away on Sundays vs. other recreational soccer leagues. This season will begin in August.
This league is composed of recreational soccer teams from the Far NW suburbs. Each team will play 4 home and 4 away games. There will be two practices per week. We understand that high school students are busy and may not be able to make every practice. While Blackmore is a recreational league, it is a competitive league and played at a high level. No players can be carded travel and play in Blackmore.
The Outreach Program for Soccer, or TOPSoccer, is a community based program for young athletes with disabilities to learn and play the game of soccer. TOPSoccer is open to any child ages 5 and up with a cognitive or physical disability. Our goal is to enable young athletes with disabilities to become valued and successful members of the US Youth Soccer family.
There is a $40 registration fee to cover the SAA mandated assessment.
Donations are welcome!
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Head Coach: Must be a positive influence and have the safety of the kids always in mind. Some of the duties of the head coach are:
*Conducting practices 2 times per week, (practice dates, times and location are decided between the league and the assigned coach)
*Coach at weekly games
*Work with Assistant Coach(es)
*Work with Team Parent/Manager
*attend coaches training
*Other responsibilities as included in the SAA Recreational Soccer Handbook
Asst Coach: Must be a positive influence and have the safety of the kids always in mind. The role of assistant coach is to help the head coach with the responsibilities and duties assigned to the head coach. Assistant coach is also encouraged to attend coaches training, and fulfill other responsibilities as included in the SAA Recreational Soccer Handbook
Team Parent/Manager: Responsible for coordination of and the communication between the coach/assistant coach and the parents, and management of the slush(snack) fund. They are also responsible for ensuring that all volunteer duties that their team needs to participate in have a parent assigned, such as, field lining, net set up and take down, snack order and pick-up; and field marshal, along with other opportunities or needs as they arise. It is expected that the team parent will coordinate with the other parents to ensure that at minimum two non-coaching parents are at every practice from start to finish, this is needed for the safety of all children on a team and so that coaches and assistant coaches can dedicate their time to coaching the players.
Help my child's team: When helping your child's team out it is expected that you will sign up for or accept the assignment by the team manager/parent to fulfill the different volunteer needs of your child's team. Some of the volunteer opportunities include, field lining (1 Saturday/child/season), field marshals (As needed), net set up and take down (After final game that your child played in), and other opportunities that may arise. The expectation is a minimum 4 hours of time to volunteering. In addition you will need to coordinate with the team manager to ensure that at least 2 non coaching parents are at each practice from start to finish, this is needed for the safety of all children on a team and so that coaches and assistant coaches can dedicate their time to coaching the players.
OPT-OUT: You can elect to opt-out of volunteering. The cost is $50, this money is put towards being able to pay someone to fulfill the volunteer duties of the parent who is unable or unwilling to volunteer.
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