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Register Today for the Summit Area YMCA Youth Soccer Association!

Join our Fall Youth Soccer Association! Our Youth Soccer Association is the perfect place to build your child’s endurance, enhance their soccer skills and teach the importance of sportsmanship. The Youth Soccer Association of the Summit Area YMCA is a co-ed, noncompetitive youth sports program designed to teach kids age 3 – 8 years old the basics of soccer while building confidence, developing team building skills, expending youthful energy in a positive way. Volunteer parent coaches are able to support their kids and the community by teaching the basic skills of the game.

Children meet each week for recreation at the lower field of Summit High School on Sundays so that busy parents are able to bond with their children on the weekends.

“The YSA is a great place for kids to start their athletic career.  They learn individual skills and how to work on a team. They meet new friends and they have fun,” says Volunteer Coach Terry Hayes.  “YSA is also a great way for families to meet and get integrated into the community.  Allison's work in planning,  coordinating, and communicating weekly makes things simple for players, parents and the coaches.”

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Save money and bring a buddy!  Get a new buddy to sign up for the Youth Soccer League and you both get a $15 online credit on your YMCA account good to use toward any Summit Area YMCA program.  Just let us know when you sign up that you referred any friends.

Registration Dates:  June 5- September 1

Fall 2017 Season

WHO:      Ages 3-8 year olds
WHEN:    Sundays, September 10 – October 29
TIME:      Games between 12PM and 5PM
WHERE:   Lower Field of Summit High School
COST:      Before Aug 7th:  $170 Members/$255 Nonmembers
               After Aug 7th:    $190 Members/$275 Nonmembers

NOTE:  To participate, all players need to purchase a red & black jersey for an additional $10 per shirt at the Front Desk.

To register, please visit: https://www.thesay.org/Programs/Detail/28/Youth-Soccer-Association.

For more information, please contact Allison Zeimann at (908)273-3330 X1196 or Allison.ziemann@thesay.org.  

 

The Summit Area YMCA is one of area’s leading 501c3 organizations. Through the generosity of our members, donors, and partners, we are able to offer financial assistance for our programs and services to those with demonstrated need. To strengthen your community and provide others with the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive, make your tax-deductible donation today at www.theSAY.org/give.

 

 

 

 

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