We are still planning to have the soccer games today (Saturday, Oct. 7).
    However, due to standing water on the U10 field and in the parking lot - the U10  game will be held on the U12 field by the pond.
    Please make sure your child dresses in layers and wears cleats. Tennis shoes are OK, but they might slip more often on the wet grass. ​
    Also - the official will cancel the game if there is heavy rain/downpour or thunder/lightning. Please be respectful to the decision. 

    For practice and game schedules, click on the youth soccer schedule Fall 2017:

    Youth Soccer Schedule Fall 2017 (updated 10/6/17)

    For a listing of parent volunteers for home games, click below on Parent Volunteers:

    Parent Volunteers for Home Games

    Addresses for Soccer Fields (away games)


    Join youth soccer to build on the fundamentals of the game and to be able to play a little more competitively as a team. Our purpose is to promote good sportsmanship, teamwork, achievement, excellence, self-confidence and fun for players and their families through the game of soccer.

    Fall 2017 U10 (4th grade), U11 (5th grade), U12 (6 th grade)
    Boys & Girls combined
    Start Date: August 14, 2017
    Location: Secondary School Soccer Fields
    Fees: All Players: $65.00 registration fee plus uniform fees if applicable.
    Teams: Based on the number of players for the season, coaches will make adjustments as needed with team rosters and/or playing up/down so that each team has enough players. If there are enough players for each game, no playing up/down will occur.
    Please see the Community Education website for more information on the club and its philosophy on team development.
    Uniforms: All players must be in matching uniforms for all games. Uniform details are on registration forms/online. 
    Equipment: All players are required to bring their own soccer ball (size 4), shin guards, and soccer cleats (NO baseball cleats are allowed) to practices and games. Players cannot wear tennis shoes. Players with glasses will need to wear a sports strap during all games. 
    Practices: Practices will be Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays (5:30pm to 7:00pm). However, practices are based on coach and field availability and are subject to change if needed. Practices will vary once games begin. 
    Games: Games will be in September and October. Games may be played Monday thru Friday evenings or Saturdays. 
    Other: In order to keep program fees lower, all families are asked to volunteer each season for line judging and/or fundraisers. There is a $50.00 check deposit fee due per player when the season begins in August. If parents wish to not volunteer they can donate the $50.00 to the program. More details will be emailed out as we get closer to the season. -
    Refunds: There are no refunds after the program has started.




    How are practices scheduled?

    Typically practices are on Mondays and Thursday so that players that are involved in other sports can balance soccer as well. Practices may be changed due to coach’s availability and registration signups for the season. Once games begin practices can vary. 

    When are games scheduled?

    The Community Education office schedules all games with our partnered communities. Games are played Mon-Friday evenings and or Saturdays. Soccer does not schedule specific days every week for games. Scheduling with this sport does not allow that option.

    How is season information communicated?

    Coaches make the decision at the start of each season if they want to be responsible for weekly schedule updates or if they wish for the committee to handle this task. Coaches communicate with parents as needed during the season for any other issues with the team. Coaches contact information is given to parents at the start of each season.

    Is there soccer after 6th grade?

    LCWM partners with Loyola to offer a great soccer program for players 7th thru 12th grade. The club provides information to all incoming 7th graders to get started.

    How can parents volunteer?           

    Anyone interested in helping can contact the Community Education office at 726-2673 for all the details! Our program cannot exist without volunteers!