Brookline Soccer Club

Fall 2014 Registration

Registration is now open

The Boys and Girls Coordinators have begun to notify families about tryout results. Please check to see if your player’s age group has been sent out. (NOTE: All boys and girls placement emails have been sent. If you have not received information regarding your child, please email the boys or girls coordinator).

Please note the deadline for Fall Registration is July 21. If you register after the deadline, although your child’s spot is still guaranteed for one week, you will incur a late fee. After July 28, player placement on a team is not guaranteed, so please register early.

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Your Coach

The coaches have your information and will contact you directly in the upcoming weeks to answer any questions you might have. If you have not heard from your coach by July 31, please contact the appropriate Coordinator.

BSC Uniforms

If you are new to the program, your child will need a uniform. Please follow the procedure on the uniform page to order your child’s kit. Do not leave it to the last minute because your child will not be allowed to play without the uniform and could miss the first game of the season.

Withdrawing from BSC

If your child has chosen not to play with us this fall, we ask that you please contact the appropriate Coordinator ASAP to allow us to offer the spot to another child.

Note: When you register, please make sure you select the button next to “Fall 2014”, not “Summer Skills 2014”

Please contact the Registrar if you have any questions concerning registration.

Summer Skills 2014 Registration

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First session begins the week of June 23

The Summer Skills program, now in its 4th year, is a great way for kids to play soccer over the summer and keep their skills fresh — while having fun. Each age group has a 4-week schedule with practice every day from Monday through Thursday and a scrimmage on Friday. (If space allows, parents are welcome to participate in the scrimmage.)
For the U9 and U10 age groups, coaches will work on the fundamentals of passing, dribbling, and receiving. The older groups will work on more advanced skills in keeping with their developmental level.
The Summer Skills sessions have earned a reputation of being fun and productive for all the kids who participate. Rob Sprague and Chan MacVeagh are highly rated coaches who provide quality training. In addition, they hire and supervise coaches and assistants who are dedicated to youth soccer.
In past years, the younger age programs (U9 and U10) have filled up quickly. Please register early to avoid disappointment.