NORTH SALT LAKE RECREATION SPRING SOCCER
We are excited to announce the creation of a recreation soccer league for kids Pre-k- 2nd grade!
- Registration opens January 28, 2019 and is ONLY $45/player for NSL residents and $50/player for non-residents
- Register by March 1st to avoid a $40 late fee
- Location: All games and practices will be at Legacy Park (1140 West 1100 North, NSL, UT, 84054)
- Games: Saturday mornings April 6 - May 18, 2019
- Practices: once per week depending on coaches' schedules
Game times and teams will depend on the number of registered participants. An email will be sent 2 weeks before our league begins, detailing the entire season (Team rosters. Schedules, age breakdowns, coaches etc.)
NSL Recreation Soccer League is a 100% volunteer organization. All parents are expected to volunteer in one or more areas. Volunteer Opt-out fee = $15
Registration includes a jersey, shorts and socks, a ticket Voucher to go see the Utah Royals or Real Monarchs play, a Real player appearance, team picture and a participation award!
(See volunteer descriptions below registration button.)
GAME DUTY / VOLUNTEER DESCRIPTIONS:
COACH/ASSISTANT COACH- Attend coaches meeting prior to the start of the season. This assures we are all on the same page and running our games and practices efficiently. Plan and hold a 45-60 min practice once a week, at a time that works well for you and your team. During games, you will rotate players every 5 minutes to ensure all kids have equal playing time. Encourage and support all kids. Remove players who do not demonstrate good sportsmanship (cheating, rough housing, language, etc.) We do not teach complex techniques but keep it active and fast-paced. This is all about kids having fun and enjoying a team sport experience.
REFEREE-Time the games (stopwatch is a necessity). Players should rotate every 5 minutes to ensure fair play time. Be out on the field during game. Watch and remove rough play. Encourage and support all kids, no matter their skill level.
TEAM PARENT: Liaison between parents, coaches and NSL recreation director. Gather e-mails and/or phone numbers. Schedule team snack calendar for the season. Call or e-mail families before the game to remind them of their upcoming snack day. Help keep players organized during games. Help pass out jerseys during the first practice and awards at the last game.