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Spotswood Soccer Club Calling All Soccer Players

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SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood Soccer Club's registration for the fall recreational season is open for children ages four through 12. Children from area towns are welcome to join the club, which features a youth, junior, senior and premier level. The club does not impose residency restrictions and the price is the same regardless of whether or not the player is a Spotswood resident. Fees from now until August 31 are $75 for regular registration. However, the fee for late registration from September 1 through September 30 is $100. Multiple child family discounts are available.

The youth level is for players in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten. Participants must be four years of age by October 1. The junior level is for players in first and second grade while the senior level is for participants in grades three and four. The premier level is for players in grades fifth through eighth. Depending on the age group, some levels may have a weekly practice.

Games are typically played on Saturdays on either the Inland Container Fields on Summerhill Road or the Spotswood High School fields. The fields on the Immaculate Conception School's facility have also been utilized in the past during the fall soccer season.

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A shirt, shorts and socks are included in the registration fee. Players will enjoy a ten-week season, photo day and an end of the season pizza party with awards.

Registration can be completed online at the Spotswood Soccer Club website.

 

 

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