May 22 TBD
The league is currently postponed until further notice due to the building be closed. Games are still planned to resume this Summer and will continue until all weeks have been made up. The schedule may be adjusted to meet safety guidelines, and we will pass along that information once those guidelines have been set.
The 5-on-5 league exposes youth players to team dynamics and develops their intermediate and advanced skill levels. Through game play and organized practices, players learn new techniques and improve existing skill levels. Each player is assigned a coach who works hands on with the players and their teammates to encourage team discipline, proper fundamentals and core concepts of the game. Teams meet for two hours each week. Schedules are provided the first week of the season, 3/13. Evaluations will be held 3/6 from 5:30-7:30PM.
LEAGUE & TEAM ORGANIZATION: Teams will be separated into three divisions: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Coaches and players are randomly assigned to teams. Participants will play against opponents of equal skill and experience. Size and safety are also considered when organizing divisions and teams. There is no age requirement for divisions. One player request may be made per person, but no players are guaranteed to be on the same team. Teams consist of 8-10 players with equal playing time required. Teams failing to comply with the shared playing time rule will be penalized. Teams play a 8 week regular season and 2 weeks of playoffs. Games are held Friday evenings between 5:30-7:30PM. Each team meets for a one hour practice prior to game time to work on drills, philosophies and teamwork. League fee includes a jersey and a medal at the end of the season for each player. If you would like to volunteer as an assistant coach, please mark your registration form accordingly and a league manager will contact you to discuss details and openings. Volunteer coaching is on a first come, first serve basis. Boys and Girls.
Space is limited. register by February 28
Note: Sections may be combined based on skill level and enrollment