HURRY!

Last chance to join parish soccer teams

From staff and wire reports
August 02, 2007 at 4:53 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

The time is now to register your son or daughter for the the St. Charles Soccer program.

Registration will continue for the program through Aug. 3.

Applications must be postmarked by Aug. 3. Information and fees and registration forms are available online at www.stcharlessoccer.org.

The SCS organization is run by volunteers and all of the funding is from the registration fees and some donations and the club is a part of the Louisiana Soccer Association and all league divisions are regulated by the rules of the LSA.

However, the In-House program - ages 4 to 9 - is a youth program that follows all guidelines by the United States Youth Soccer Association.

Unfortunately, these players are not registered with the LSA and therefore can not travel outside St. Charles Parish to play games.

The SCS program consists of four leagues: Fall Rec U5-U10 (In-house), Metro Rec (U10), Rec League U12-U14 and division 1 (U11-U19).

For more information, visit www.stcharlessoccer.org.

 

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