Spotswood Soccer Club's Spring Registration Is Open


SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood Soccer Club is inviting players to hit the field and get their game on for the spring season. Registration is open on the club's website for players in grades pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Late registrations will not be accepted. Registration will run now through March 18.

The spring soccer season will be played on Saturdays from April 1 through June 17. The cost of the program is $60. A 50 percent discount will be offered to any players whose parent volunteers to be a head coach. Each players will receive a Spotswood Soccer Club jersey as a part of the registration fee. However, each player must provide their own shorts, socks, shin guards and cleats. Players will not be permitted on the field without shin guards. Sneakers are allowed through cleats are the preferred footwear. The club also requests that the soccer socks be black if possible.

The soccer club offers teams in the following divisions:

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  • Youth - pre-kindergarten and kindergarten - players must be four by April 1, 2017 to participate
  • Junior -first and second graders
  • Senior - third and fourth graders
  • Premier - fifth through eighth graders - teams in this division are dependent on the number of players registered

To register a child for the spring soccer season, simply visit the Spotswood Soccer Club website. For registration questions, email For questions regarding the recreational soccer program, email

In November of 2016, the Spotswood Soccer Club partnered with Sheffield Wednesday, an English professional football club, in conjunction with Global Image Sports.

The partnership provides the Spotswood Soccer Club with a wealth of opportunities, including:

  • Unique Player ID camp, and summer camp opportunities
  • Opportunities to attend Sheffield Wednesday elite and developmental trips in 2017/2018
  • In class coaching support and coaching study
  • Sheffield Wednesday Academy Tours
  • Team wear partnership
  • Webinars
  • Mailing list with updates on news and happenings with Sheffield Wednesday and Global Image Sports

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