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Updated Thursday February 19, 2015 by Henry Villadiego.

What is Intramural Soccer?   

The Lynbrook/East Rockaway Intramural Program  meets weekly on Saturdays at Greis Park., Lynbrook  for eight sessions from September to November (in the Fall) and March  to June (in the Spring)  Sessions are led by professional trainers who lead the children through fun exercises and skills games.  

Who is Eligible?

Children who attend PreK through fifth grade are eligible.

What Does This Cost?  

PreK and Kindergarten: $100 for the Fall,

$80 for returning players in the spring ($100 for new players in the spring)

Uniform costs and gear are not included in the registration fees.

U7-U10: $180 for the year.  (No half year registrations)

             Players are allowed to play for only one season, if desired, but they must register for the full school-year. 

(Even if a player only plays half a year, the cost is less than $10 per hr.)

When are the Sessions?

Spring 2015 -Saturday Session Dates:  

         Week 1: March 29

          Easter/Passover: April 4 (No Soccer)

          Week 2:April 11

          Week 3:April 18

          Week 4:April 25

          Week 5:May 2

          Week 6:May 9

          Week 7:May 16

          Memorial Day: May 23 (No Soccer)

          Week 8:May 30

          Week 9: June 6


Session Times:

          Pre K (U5)          11:15am-12:00pm      (use a Size 3 soccer Ball)

          Kindergarten:    1:00pm-2:00pm          (use a Size 3 soccer Ball)

          Boys U7/U8       9:00am- 10:00am        (use a Size 4 Soccer Ball)

          Boys U9/U10     10:00am-11:15am      (use a Size 4 Soccer Ball)

          Girls U7/U8        12:00-1:00pm              (Use a Size 4 Soccer Ball)

          Girls U9/U10      10:00am – 11:15am   (Use a Size 4 Soccer Ball)

Where Do I Register: Register at this link:

What Gear Do I need?

          Shin guards, soccer ball, water bottle.  Put your name on everything.

How do I get a Uniforms?

          The club uses American Challenge (Bayshore, NY) for uniforms.

            You only need the Intramural Jersey, Intramural Shorts, and Intramural Socks


            Some children like the hooded sweatshirt and the backpack, but they are optional.

Who are the Coaches?

          Most coaches are willing parents who step up to coach and help organize the team.  

Who are the trainers?

          Our long-time trainers are from FC Inter Soccer.  Jason Miradoli and Clive Williams

How is my child’s team determined? 

PreK has no specific teams.

Kindergartners are randomly assigned teams to make new friends.

U7through U10 players are selected by the coaches themselves before the Fall season

            begins.   Players who register after the teams are created are assigned to whatever teams

need players to balance the teams.

How Does my Child Earn the Presidential Patch?

            Presidential Patches are awards to players who:

- have perfect attendance at Saturday sessions (and Monday practices for U7 and U8 players)

- show up on-time, with their gear, ready to play

- always try their best

- are nominated by their coaches as being good teammates

-show good sportsmanship

Points of Contact:

Joe Carroll :

Weather Cancellations:

          We play in the rain. We cancel sessions in cases of lightning or field flooding.

          Check the website up to  30 minutes before your session.

            You can also text alerts in the sportssignup system.

            If you have not heard via email that soccer is cancelled, then it is not cancelled.

Refunds: The club does not make any refunds, to any person, at any time, for any reason.

Why do we play” small-sided” (Young players often play 3 vs 3 and 4vs 4)

  1. We want our young soccer players to touch the soccer ball more often and become more skillful with it! (Individual technical development)
  2. We want our young soccer players to make more quality decisions during the game! (Tactical development)
  3. We want our young soccer players to be more physically efficient in the field space in which they are playing! (Reduced field size)
  4. We want our young soccer players to have more involved playing time in the game! (More opportunity to solve problems that only the game presents)
  5. We want our young soccer players to have more opportunities to play on both sides of the ball! (More exposure to attacking and defending situations)
  6. We want our young soccer players to have more opportunities to score goals and make saves! (Pure excitement)

The “Small-Sided” environment is a developmentally appropriate environment for our young soccer players. It’s a FUN environment that focuses on the player.

These are the reasons why US Youth Soccer endorses “Small-Sided Games” for U6, U8, U10 and U12 players across the board…across America.

Pre-K Soccer FAQ

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Any Travel related registration questions can be sent to our Travel Registrar, Larry Tormey (

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TOPSoccer Special Needs Program - Fall 2017/Spring 2018

This Program is for children ages 5 through 19 who may not be able to keep up with the pace of the regular intramural program, due to a special need, but wish to play and enjoy the game of soccer.

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