2018 Recreational Soccer Program - Registration is OPEN!!
2018 Recreational Soccer Program
Welcome to the 2018 Recreational Soccer Program registration! We have another great season in store for our players, coaches and families. Our season starts in early May and lasts until mid-to-late July. Many of the great parts of our program remain the same, however there are several updates to make you aware of:
*The Town of Irondequoit will open the New Fields at Camp Eastman for everyone's enjoyment this season. Nearly every age group will have considerable opportunity to play there on the newly built natural grass fields!
*A new Beginner program for our youngest players with no soccer experience is now available and will take place on Saturday mornings
*Our U6-U8-U10 programs will all be Irondequoit-based and will allow for children in those age ranges to play with friends in the same grade (for December birthdays)
*Our 10 & Under program is switching days to hold Girls on Monday/Wednesday and Boys on Tuesday/Thursday - all other age groups remain the same
*Our 10 & Under thru 19 & Under teams will each be wearing full uniforms from Capelli Sport that include matching shorts and socks to go with a jersey with a full color logo
*Our 6 & Under AND 8 & Under players will receive a size 3 soccer ball with their registration this season
*Our 15 & Under and 19 & Under teams will participate in a full-field recreational tournament held at Camp Eastman during the first weekend in June
TOPSoccer Program launches through the Irondequoit Soccer Club!
Welcome to TOPSoccer!
What is TOPSoccer?
TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a US Youth Soccer program focused on helping players with special needs enjoy the great game of soccer! TOPSoccer enables children with impairments to play soccer with the support of 'buddies' who work directly with them on their skills. TOPSoccer is a national program that New York State West Youth Soccer Association (NYSW) has supported throughout Western New York - and they are supporting ISC in offering a TOPSoccer program for children in the Rochester area.
Who can play?
Players from ages 5-15 (born 2003-2013), regardless of where they live or go to school, who have a diagnosed disability who wants to be active and enjoy the most popular sport in the world! Our coaches and 'buddies' will provide 1-on-1 support (or more) for your child to ensure they get the attention they deserve and have the opportunity to develop skills they can be proud of while they learn at their own pace. Overall physical fitness, self-esteem and social skills will be promoted with each child. Disabilities include (but are not limited to): Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebal Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Visual or Hearing Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury
Any player age 13 & older who are currently registered in an Irondequoit Soccer Club program (Travel 2017-18, Futsal 2018, or Rec 2018) or an adult who has registered as a coach (register here)
Where & When?
ISC TOPSoccer will be offered this winter and spring at All-Star Sports in Irondequoit. Each 5-week session is $50 and includes a TOPSoccer shirt. Each player should wear shorts, shin-guards, and their choice of footwear that they are comfortable in.
Winter - 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM - January 9, 16, 23, 30, February 6
Spring - 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM - March 27, April 3, 10, 17, 24
Futsal is a fast & exciting version of indoor soccer. It is played around the world and is credited with helping some of the game's amazing players. Click here to see a video: How is futsal different from 'soccer'?
Players must wear shin guards and flat shoes (no cleats or high tops). Balls will be provided by the club.
Registration is limited and teams will be formed combining boys and girls, dependent on birth date, size and skill as factors in order to create the optimal challenge for each player. The youngest players will be scheduled in groups earlier in the day, the older players will be grouped and scheduled later in the day.
Registration closes on Sunday, January 7, 2017 and schedules for each player will be announced during that week.
Questions? Contact Josh Phillips at 585-957-2949 or email@example.com
Winter MicroSoccer Registration - Last Session Starts 2/20!!
Winter MicroSoccer 2018
ISC is focused on advancing the technical skills of our players. This program meets weekly for 5 weeks. The Micro Soccer Program's focus is on skill development. Each group will be separated by their grade in school. There will be no teams, no formal games and no referees. Each session will consist of drills developed by ISC Director of Coaching, Jon Poulakis and MicroSoccer Coordinator, Mike Doyle. Our goal is for ISC players to further develop their soccer skills, while having fun with their friends.
The Winter MicroSoccer Program will be held Tuesdays
Fee: $40 each session, includes t-shirt or cinch sack. All players are required to wear shin guards, bring a water bottle and wear sneakers or outdoor cleats. Each player is encouraged to bring a soccer ball, there will be a very limited supply on hand.
PARENTS: Your assistance is needed to help coach the MicroSoccer Program. If you are able to help coach, you will receive a $10 discount on your child's registration fee.
If you do not hold a current NYSWYSA Risk Management Pass, you will receive an email shortly after submitting your interest to coach Micro Soccer to apply for a RM pass. This must be completed and then authorized by NYSWYSA to coach with ISC.
To help prevent physical assault and verbal abuse in the leagues and clubs within the New York State West Youth Soccer Association (NYSWYSA, or Association); the Association has adopted a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY. This policy applies to all coaches, players, parents, spectators and other supporters and referees effective immediately. Abusive and obscene language, violent play/conduct, fighting and other behavior (including, but not limited to sarcasm, taunting, etc.) deemed detrimental to the game between the above mentioned groups will not be tolerated. The ultimate responsibility for the actions of coaches, players and spectators resides with the member clubs.
It is the responsibility of the coaches to provide referee support and spectator control, and it is the responsibility of the member clubs to provide instructions to their coaches on how they are expected to carry this out. This policy applies before, during and after the game at the soccer field and its immediate surrounding areas.
Click here to review the Zero Tolerance Policy (NYSWYSA version) for all ISC Players, Coaches, and match spectators.
Click here to review the Zero Tolerance Policy (RDYSL version) specifically for all Travel Players, Coaches, Managers, and travel match spectators.
How do I access my account or create a new account?
To access your ISC family account:
Click on Edit My Account (located at the bottom of the tabs on the left). Enter your email address and password to log in. If you've forgotten your password, leave that field blank and click Sign In, and the website will send your password via email. Once you have logged in, you may:
- Make a payment on your family balance
- Change your notifications
- Update your contact info
If you are already in our database but have changed your email address,
with your email change and we will make the change for you.
If you are new to ISC and would like to create an account:
If you want to register your child in one of our programs, at the beginning of the registration process, enter your email only and click Sign In. A temporary password will be emailed to you. Once logged in you can change your password. ***Important, FIRST create you and your spouse as Adult/Parent members and THEN create your child as a Player/Child member.
If you just want to be added to our database to be notified of future registrations,
with your name and email address.