2017 Recreational Program House League, Micro/Mini/Full Field & Adult
The Recreation Season
Meet & Greet with the coach and team is alwasys the last week of May.
Regular Season games will start the first week of June and run through August. Wind Up Day - Saturday August 26, 2017 (more details to follow later in the season)
Regular games are played Monday - Thursday evenings starting at 6:30 pm. Teams play one game and one practice per week (younger divisions have a practice prior to the game). Regular attendance is expected to ensure a successful season. In order to balance teams in the various divisions, the Club reserves the right to transfer players between teams. We will endeavour to complete the balancing by mid June.
We offer a youth soccer program for all children 4-18 years old.
Adult Soccer Program
We are pleased to offer another fun filled summer for players to enjoy the wonderful game of soccer. We are planning to run a Ladies and Mens Division again this year. Both divisions are open to adults aged 19 - 99.
Ladies Sunday Night Recreational Soccer Program Games take place on Sunday evenings. A practice will be held at 6:30 pm with the games starting at 7:00 pm.
Ladies Travelling Teams We have 3 teams that play in the Durham Soccer League. Games take place on Wednesday evenings starting at 7:00 pm or 9pm travels along the 401 corridor between Cobourg & Pickering and some times up to Uxbridge. All players must register with the Cobourg Soccer Club to participate.
Mens Wednesday Night Recreational Soccer Program We would like to start a recreational program for men. Games will take place on Wednesday evenings. Games will start at 7pm each week with time for a short practice prior to the games.
The Club supplies a complete uniform (shirt, shorts and socks) that is to be worn by the players. Players must wear shin guards that are completely covered by soccer socks. Soccer jerseys should be tucked into the shorts during play. Jewlellry (watches, rings, piercings, etc) cannot be worn during the games because of potential injury. Playing with casts and orthopedic devices will need to be approved by the Technical Director / Board of Directors.
Created by: Yvonne de Graaff -- Last updated:Jul 21, 2017