Volunteer coaches are needed to make CAP soccer programs a success! Volunteer coaches are needed to make CAP soccer programs a success! If you are interested in coaching please contact Jordan Nichols, please plan on attending our coaches meeting on August 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the CHS Lecture Lab. Coaches in attendance will receive the 50% off coaching discount!
Dates: Saturdays, September 17 – October 15
Location: CES Soccer Fields
Fee: $30 R / $45 NR (before August 17)
$40 R / $55 NR (after August 17)
In this fun, exciting, recreational soccer league your child will learn fundamentals, rules and basic plays. Games are played at 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., or 11:00 a.m., depending on registration numbers. Practices are held for the different teams at the discretion of their respective coaches. You will be contacted by a coach regarding your child’s team assignment. Shin guards are MANDATORY at all levels. Cleats are not required but are helpful.
Open to children currently in 4K, this division is a 4K only group that is the base level introduction to the sport focusing on a few skills. This group will only meet on Saturdays and will be in a practice format (with parent involvement). Full games will not be played.
Open to children currently enrolled in kindergarten or first grade. U6 is intended to be the next progression in the soccer skill development, with continued focus on the fundamentals of the game and having fun. This division will practice weekly and also play on Saturday mornings. Children will play small sided soccer (3 on 3) on small sized fields (25 X 30 yards). They play four 8 minute quarters; referees and goalies are not used at this level.
Designed for children in grades 2 and 3; children will continue to develop basic skills, while also learning advanced gameplay and strategy in a fun relaxed environment. Teams will play 4 on 4, on a 30 X 35 yard field. They will play four 10 minute quarters; referees and goalies are not used at this level.
The U10 program will be offered to children in grades 4 and 5 with the intent of this division to continue growth in the sport, while also preparing players for the next progression to either GDU or other more organized soccer leagues. This division will practice at least one day a week outside of regular scheduled games.