Outstanding high-quality experience for every athlete!

SOCCER

NEWS

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Starting on the weekend of April 4-5th (weather permitting) ending weekend of June 15-16th

U5-U8 play on Sundays at local area fields

SPRING 2019

  • Early Registration Fee $125
  • Season begins early April pending township approval of field quality (updates will be posted here)
  • Instructional practices as daylight allows for U7 and up
  • U5-U6 will play on Sundays. They will have 1/2 hour of practice and 1/2 hour game
  • U7-U8 games on Sundays at local area fields.  1 weekly practice (TBD by coaches) +  1 weekly training session with Perfect Touch Soccer.
  • U10 and up will have a weekend game and 1-2 practices during the week (TBD by coaches) plus a 1 hour training session with Perfect Touch Soccer.  The U10 and above will play in NVYSL - northern valley youth Soccer League.
  • Formation of teams depend on player numbers and volunteer coaches but we expect to field most age levels (updates will be provided)
  • Coaches/Administrators will reach out to parents with more team details and volunteer schedules when rosters are assigned (end of March).
  • Picture Day TBD

 

  • Provisional registration - we will still register players after the close of early registration (March 1st).  Players registered during this provisional period:
  • Are not guaranteed a roster spot - each registrant must be approved by the sport's administration.  Any player whose registration cannot be accommodated will be refunded in full by LMYA.
  • No longer receive the reduced rate ($125) but will pay the full rate ($145)

 

  • General Registration Notes
  • Please be patient as we learn the new system.  Email Dan Curtis at danbricurt@yahoo.com with issues.
  • Registration is not completed until payment has been submitted.  Players only qualify for early registration if payment is submitted prior to the start of provisional registration.
  • All online registrations require online payment.  (VISA, Master Card, Discover, American Express, and Paypal are acceptable forms of payment).
  • If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the LMYA Soccer Coordinator, Debbie D'Ottavio @ soccer@lmya.org

PROGRAM GOALS

IM Mission and Objectives

Mission: The purpose of the Lower Macungie Youth Association Intramural Soccer Program is to provide the opportunity for boys and girls to develp basic soccer skills and teamwork in a stress-free and fun environment. LMYA strives to promote sportsmanship and character in our players, coaches, parents, and fans. Our mission is to instill physical, mental, and emotional growth of the participants through the sport of soccer.

LMYA seeks to fulfill its mission through the pursuit of the following objectives :

  • All players should have opportunity to play.
  • Enjoyment, skill development, fitness and having fun are important goals for players, coaches and the program.
  • Passion for soccer -- "love of the game" -- is a specific goal for the program.
  • Sportsmanship is an important goal for the program.
  •  LMYA is "youth-centered" and promotes personal achievement, teamwork development and fair play.
  • We strive to have a soccer program of the highest quality.

Rules of Play

LMYA Soccer abides by the FIFA soccer rules of play.  These rules are modified for youth soccer withing the various intramural and travel leagues

Weblink:

U5, U6, U7 and U8 Rules

Attached you will find the rules and regulations for the U5-U8 program.

Any questions or concerns should be sent to soccer@LMYA.org

U5, U6, U7 and U8 Rules
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Small Sided Chart
Click here

TRAVEL Program Overview

For program goals and objectives, please see the attached document for the Fall 2015-Spring 2016 seasons. This document should cover most questions you may have and is handed out to each player at the beginning of the season or at tryouts.

Each group's coach(s) will also hand out a season overview at the time of tryouts and then again at the beginning of their seasons to communicate additional team related activities that are being planned. That will cover:

  • Number of Tournaments, idea of which ones
  • Trainer support
  • Financial requirements for the Fall/Spring seasons
  • Fund raising opportunities.
  • Leagues the team will be participating
  • Winter training options.
  • Summer camps: Group or team specific.

Lower Mac Soccer Philosophy

LMAC
Soccer Philosophy
“Develop & Compete”
LMAC Player Development Philosophy

LMAC soccer aims to be a regionally recognized model program for youth soccer development. We strive to prepare each and every athlete to reach his/her highest level of competition.
Our philosophy involves implementing age-appropriate training curriculum at all levels to ensure the best development of our young players. The focus is on the development of our players, and not the short-term goal of winning a game or medal.
We strive to be successful, and are committed to youth development, teaching life lessons, and community building, to help develop great kids who are great soccer players. LMAC brings experienced & caring coaches to teach and develop soccer players from the fun, through the passion, to the demands of the game.
We encourage you to take on the player development journey by taking advantage of all that our club offers by remembering that the best players WANT to practice and train.

PARTICIPATION

TEAM SPLITS:

  • Team Divisions K-2

    3-4

    5-6

    7-8

LMS Travel Program U9 - U16+

Travel soccer is a year round commitment with a Fall and Spring season. Tryouts are in the May timeframe and if selected for the team, you are expected to be available for both seasons. Like the school year, not calendar year, we run from Fall to Spring. The Fall season is the primary season, lasts from Mid August to Mid November and the Spring season is the secondary season and runs from Late March to Mid June. The amount of games, number of nights the kids practice and number of tournaments varies depending on which season the teams are in.
We offer U9 through U16+ Travel teams. In some age groups, we will have an A and B team depending on interest and skill level of our kids in that group. Tryout performance determines this.
Most travel teams will play in the winter, indoors. These games are not sanctioned or governed by LMYA but LMYA does support those league programs, example: Iron Lakes.
Our teams participate in several different leagues: Lehigh Valley Youth Soccer League (LVYSL), the Upper Bucks Soccer League (UBSL), Philadelphia Area Girls League (PAGS) and DELCO. Games are within about 1 hour radius, some further depending upon the teams in a given league/division. This provides options for the various teams to participate in appropriate, yet challenging environments. At the U9-U10 levels, each player is loaned a uniform that must be returned at the end of the season.
For the Fall 2012/Spring 2013 seasons, travel tryouts were held during the first two weeks of May. Updates will be posted on the website regarding tryouts for the Fall 2012/Spring 2013 seasons by the week of April 23rd.

LMS Tryout Process

Tryouts are held to select players for Travel teams. The purpose of these guidelines is to ensure a fair and consistent manner for selecting these players. Thus, coaches are expected to conduct tryouts in a manner consistent with these guidelines.
Travel soccer tryouts shall be open to all eligible LMYA soccer players. Therefore, the Soccer Coordinator and Technical Director must be notified of all tryouts prior to conducting them to ensure the information is properly distributed in a timely manner.
What are travel tryouts?
The Travel tryout is a process designed to create and sustain Travel soccer teams by selecting players based upon their relative qualifications for competing in Travel soccer leagues. Players are evaluated against a number of soccer-related criteria under the general attributes of physical, technical, tactical, and psychological skills.
Why are tryouts held?
The Travel program is designed for the more dedicated player seeking advanced skills development and competition. LMYA Travel teams compete against travel teams from other soccer clubs and youth associations. In our area, the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association (EPYSA) regulates Travel soccer and limits the size of each teams roster and the extent to which players can move between teams. EPYSA also fosters a competitive environment to further soccer development in American youth.
These facts impose three reasons why tryouts are needed:
  1. Roster sizes are limited (currently; maximum 14 players for 8 v 8 teams ; 18 players for 11 v 11 teams)
  2. Players need to be suitably qualified for the physical, technical, tactical, and psychological demands of Travel soccer. Tryouts provide a relative player assessment against criteria based on these general categories.
  3. Players develop best when they are with their peers. Tryouts facilitate getting like-minded and similarly skilled players together.
When are tryouts held?
There are two events that warrant a tryout:
  1. The formation of Travel teams for the Fall. All Travel teams dissolve after August 1st , and new ones must be created.
  2. To fill an open position on an existing Travel team. Travel teams are strongly encouraged to carry at least 80% of the full roster. In the event a player drops from the team (for example, in the Spring), a tryout should be offered to fill that open position.
The time and place for tryouts will be announced with sufficient lead-time so all interested players can plan to attend. The announcement will usually be a mass E-mail to the appropriate age group, a posting on the LMYA web site, and a flyer made available during the appropriate registration period.
For Fall tryouts, the supervising evaluator must provide at least two tryout dates to the Technical/Coaching Director by May 1st. These dates must fall within the time frame put forth by LMYA Soccer for that year and will typically be the time between Fall signups and the end of school (mid May to mid June). The Technical Director will select the tryout dates if none are received from the supervising evaluator by May 1st.
Tryouts designed to fill open positions during the year can be held anytime (though typically February and March), keeping in mind any deadlines for completing necessary paperwork.
Thus, tryouts will typically be held between May through June and December through March.
Where are tryouts held?
Tryouts for creating Fall teams will be held outdoors at one of the following LMYA-approved field complexes; Quarry, Creamery, Wild Cherry, and LMT development pocket parks. If the tryout needs to take place at a location other than those listed above, please contact the Technical Director for approval prior to scheduling the tryout.
Tryouts held to fill open roster positions during the winter months may take place indoors.
Who is eligible?
Tryouts are open to all qualified players. This means that:
  • Players must be of the appropriate age range and gender for the team for which they are trying out.
  • Players must be registered for the LMYA Soccer season in question. Unregistered players will not be permitted to tryout.
If there is an open position on a Travel team in a gender and age group in which there is more than one team, then players on those others teams are also eligible to try out for the open position. However the following points should be considered:
  • Player movement between teams should not adversely affect the roster size of any team.
  • Keep in mind EPYSA limits on adding and transferring players
  • Existing Travel Players may be moved to another team at the coaches discretion.
The supervising evaluator is responsible to make sure all participants are eligible
Who is involved and what are their responsibilities?
Overall Soccer Coordinator
  • Responsible for administering the tryouts guidelines
  • Ensures selected tryout locations are approved for use by LMYA
  • Presides over coach/evaluator selection process and any arbitrations
  • Facilitates interpretation of the guidelines
Technical Director
  • Collects current rosters and coaching information
  • Collects and publishes tryout dates via web site notification and mass E-mail to appropriate age-groups
  • Maintains, updates, enforces tryout guidelines
  • Recommends and selects coaches and evaluators, if needed
  • Facilitates interpretation of the guidelines
Soccer Registrar
  • Provides and maintains web database
Supervising Coach
  • Adheres to relevant guidelines
  • Selects tryouts dates and location
  • Communicates tryout date to Technical Director and Overall Coordinator
  • Participates over seeing evaluations
  • Clearly communicates tryout format and expectation to evaluators, players, and parents
  • Conducts tryouts according to guidelines
  • Responsible for the safety of the players
  • Ensures fairness and impartiality
  • Delivers timely results to participants
  • Meets with Technical Director and selects players
Evaluators (including independent evaluator)
  • Adhere to relevant guidelines
  • Attend all tryouts in their entirety
  • Evaluate as many players as possible using agreed upon system
  • Ensure fairness and impartiality
  • Dress and conduct themselves in a professional manner
At least one independent evaluator selected by the supervising coach or the Board will attend all tryouts and selection meetings. Independent evaluators should not have children participating in the tryout and can be a qualified evaluator from outside LMYA. Assistant coaches should also attend and participate in the selection process. Other evaluators may attend at the supervising coachs invitation or at the Boards request.
Normally, the incumbent head coach of that age-group supervises the tryout. However, the Soccer Board may assign this duty to someone else. In the case of more than one incumbent head coach the Soccer Board will select the supervising evaluator. The incumbent coach may also request someone else assume the role of supervising evaluator.
The supervising evaluator is responsible for organizing the tryout. This includes defining the activities and the evaluation criteria, providing the necessary forms, identifying the evaluators, and presiding over the tryout meetings.
How are tryouts held?
There will be a single series of tryouts for each gender and age-group regardless of the number of incumbent teams. For example, if there are two incumbent teams for u-12 Boys, there will only be a single series of tryouts for u-13 Boys. The number of tryout participants and their relative ranking will determine the number of teams and the team rosters.
Tryout procedure and criteria for selection
All participating players must wear a numbered/colored bib or jersey that uniquely identifies them from the other players. Small adhesive tags are not acceptable. Relying on distinguishing articles of clothing or other characteristics is also not acceptable (i.e. the girl with blond ponytail or the boy with the purple shoe laces).
The tryout consists of a minimum of two, (preferably three) sessions lasting between one and two hours during which players will be asked to participate in various soccer-related activities to assess them in the following attributes;
  1. Technical
    • Passing, receiving, dribbling, etc.
  2. Tactical
    • 1 v 1, 2 v1, small group play
  3. Physical
    • Speed, strength, agility
  4. Psychological
    • Competitiveness, desire, commitment
Prior to the first session, the supervising coach should hold a meeting with the parents to describe the tryout procedure and the level of commitment expected from selected players, and to answer any questions.
The evaluation should emphasize individual skills and small-group games. A tryout may consist of a practice-type format:
  • Warm-up
  • Individual skills exercises
  • Small-group games (3 v 3 to 5 v 5)
  • Large game (8 v 8 to 11 v 11)
Another tryout format focuses on small-game play during which all elements can be evaluated (technical, tactical, physical, and psychological):
  • Groups of 4 or 5 v 2
  • 4 v 4 or 5 v 5 play for possession then to goals
  • 7 v 7
  • 11 v 11
Tryouts should NOT consist exclusively of timed runs, measuring distances on kicks, counting juggling touches, etc. These are tryouts for soccer players not track athletes nor circus performers.
Evaluators should assign a numerical rating using 3 or 5 levels. Subjective evaluations such as creativity and group skills are done with small-sided games or scrimmages. The criteria to be evaluated should be clearly defined.
Typically, a top rating is reserved for the outstanding player. This player should be clearly a notch above the others and be likely one of the top ten players in the tryout. The middle rating is appropriate for the player who shows some of the technical, tactical, physical and psychological dimensions of the game necessary to play at a high level, but may be lacking in one or two of the areas. The bottom rating is assigned to the player who is deficient in three of four areas and is clearly not yet ready to compete with the better players at the tryout.
The supervising evaluator will communicate the tryout format to all participating evaluators, players, and parents.
After each tryout session and after all the sessions are completed, the supervising evaluator should collate and organize all of the raw scores for each player. The Technical Director will collect the raw scores and final report.
Selection
Selection shall be made by the team of evaluators and will be based on the players cumulative performance from the tryout sessions, and from the evaluators personal observations and experience.
The top tier of players will comprise the Travel team. In the event there are sufficient numbers to field a second or third Travel team, the selection will continue according to the players rank in the evaluation.
Notification
Notification should consist of an invitation to join the team. In the event a selected player does not accept the invitation, the first player in the ranking not in the original selection should be extended the invitation. Once all invited players accept, then all other players should be notified they did not make the team.
The Supervising Coach (Lead) is responsible for notifying players. Players trying out for the travel team should be notified of the results soon after the completion of the tryout and before the end of the school year. Notification should be withheld until the current spring team has completed all its spring competition (including tournaments). Notification can be done face-to-face, by telephone or mail.

U13 Boys - Fall 2018/Spring 2019 Season

This team is primarily constructed of U12 players and plays in the Lehigh Valley League B division up a year in order to sustain depth and get an early start on the 11 v. 11 format with a larger field.  The team practices 2x per week in the spring and fall and 1x over the winter.

This team is coached by Pat Armstrong and assisted by Dan Curtis.  Both coaches are former players and have coached together with the same core group of players for three years.  This team has taken advantage of playing up and effectively has an early start on working within the 11 v. 11 format.  It is anticipated that this team will remain at the U13 level for the '19-'20 season and benefit from the current challenge of playing against older players on a larger field.

 

U14 Boys Union Team - Fall 2018/Spring 2019

Our U14 Boys Union team is coached by Kevin Fanning.  This team will practice twice a week for 90 minutes each session.  Typically they play a preseason tournament in August and a season ending tournament in November.  For winter they play at Iron Lakes and train with Perfect Touch Soccer.  Kevin has been coaching for 11 years.  Fall 2018 will be Tim Billowitch third year coaching and Travis LaSorsa's second.  At this time, they tentatively plan to play in  the Reading/Berks League in the fall.

U14 Boys Strikers Fall 2018/Spring 2019 Season

This team plays in the EDP premier league after having historically playing in the top level of both the delco and intercounty leagues.  The team finished in the top of their EDP division and have continued to elevate their play.  This team practices 3x per week and weekend games can involve a fair bit of travel to NJ, DE, and Philly area.

This team plays in 2-5 tournaments a year and plays year around with 3x a week practices in the fall and spring and 1-2 times per week in the winter.

This team is coached by Eric Ervin and assisted by Callie Brown.  Eric is a former collegiate and professional player with advanced licenses from both the NSCAA and USSF.  He has been coaching soccer for over 20 years.  Prior to his kids beginning to play ng at LMYA he served as the director of coaching for the Quakertown Soccer Club and well as the Head Coach for the u19 Lehigh Valley Premier team and guest trainer for Emmaus High School.

Callie is also a former player at Upper Perk high school and holds a coaching license from the NSCAA.

U15 Boys Steel Team - Fall 2018/Spring 2019

Coach Jose has been with LMYA for 5 years.  He started at intramural and took the team to Travel level even with many roster changes.
Currently he holds a level 5 license and is looking to get a higher level.  This team practices twice a week for about two hours each practice.
They like to play at least one tournament per season.  For Winter they play at Iron Lakes.

FIELDS

Lower Mac Soccer Fields

Creamery Park: 

Route 100 to Spring Creek Road. Take Spring Creek Road West towards Alburtis, the second left will be Creamery Park. Field MAP

Wild Cherry: 
Brookside Road to Lower Macungie Road. Take Lower Macungie Road East towards Emmaus. Take a left on Wild Cherry Road just before crossing over 476.

Spring Ridge:
Brookside Road to Lower Macungie Road. Take Lower Macungie Road East towards Emmaus. Take a right on Wild Cherry Road just before crossing over 476. Take a right on Spring Ridge, field will be on your right.

Hills of Lockridge:
Fields are located at the corner of Schoneck Rd and Scenic View Drive Macungie.  Going south on Rt 100 take right onto Schoeneck Rd.

Lenape Park:
From Macungie to Rte 29 South towards Upper Milford. Take Rte 29 to Kings Highway towards Old Zionsville. Take a left onto Kings Highway past the large stone church, turn right in approx 200 yards into Lenape Park. This is a tight turn and easily missed

Jasper Park: From Emmaus and the intersection of Cedar Crest and Rte 29. Take Rte 29 East towards Emmaus, take a right on 10th Ave at the Pizza Hut/CVS. Take a right on Pennsylvania/Vera Cruz road. Park is 1 mile on the right as crest a hill.

Quarry Lane Park:  7909 Quarry Road, Macungie PA

Bethany Church ~ Macungie Campus 3801 Brookside Rd. Macungie, Pa. 18062

St Joes -  1879 Applewood Drive, Orefield, PA 18069   Go 309N. Left on Snowdrift Rd/Main St. Left on Applewood. Field on left.

Northwestern Fields - Ontelaunee Park   7344 Kings Hwy   New Tripoli, PA  18066
Go North on Rt 100. Left on 309N. Left on 143N.

TRAINING/DEVELOPMENT

IM Lower Mac Soccer Academy Expectations

Why Academy Style Training?

More fun for players

Long term player retention

Easy to recruit coaches

Less stressful for coaches

Easier to administer

Great way to educate parents

Coaches are not focused on winning

More playing time for players

Players are empowered and allowed to make decisions

Enhanced level of coaching players

Expectations:

The expectation of each volunteer coach is to provide a program that allows the participants to enjoy a fun & friendly introduction to the game of soccer, especially at the U5/8 age group (some players will be attending for the first time). The focus should be the FUNdamentals of the game, dribbling is the key for U5-8 age groups, teaching this technique should be your primary focus.

All games played after your initial session should not be competitive, do not keep scores at all, congratulate all aspects of the players development, winning and losing are not part of development at the rec level, understanding the game is the most important factor. Going to the next level, travel, may be a goal for a small percentage of these players.

The older age groups, U-10 & older are more developed, again a focus will be on FUN and understanding the game, winning is not important, building friendships and team comrade is the most important development at this age group. The expectation of each player is defined in them having fun and returning to the next season to continue their involvement.

Expectations of every coach is to build a lasting memory for each player and also most importantly for each coach to enjoy their experience. The only expectation is to follow the guidelines and leave your legacy with the players you will be interacting with. Each player should remember you for the time you have given & the impact you have left with them. This is Rec, not competitive soccer.

Coaching Assistance:

LMYA INTRMURAL SOCCER will be providing the following for each volunteer coach: Youthsoccer101, our designated session providers will provide a weekly email that will be directed at specific age groups throughout the Spring Season. We ask that you follow the program to the best of your ability. The email will include a description, You Tube Video link and a Graphic link, that can be downloaded and printed.

This is a new direction and hopefully it provides the volunteer coaches with the additional tools to create a fun & friendly environment for players & coaches alike.

If you have any questions please contact soccer@LMYA.org

TRAVEL

Player Development Path (Updated April 2015)

LMYA SOCCER
Player Development Path

Stage 1Fundamentals (ages 5 – 7): The main area of focus: movement education, starting the process of learning to master the ball, and developing a love of the game. Movement skills and technical development remain the most important stage at this age. A 6 year-old needs parental approval, understanding, praise and encouragement. Pushing too hard or expecting too much can result in the child becoming tense and nervous.
Areas of Focus:

  • Fundamental Motor Skills
  • Agility, Balance & Coordination
  • Introduction to ball mastery
  • Individual Technical Ability

STAGE 2 – LEARNING TO TRAIN (AGES 8 – 10): The main area of focus: mastering the ball, learning to train properly, and creating a foundation for team work. This is a critical time for developing advanced competency in basic techniques and this platform allows for the introduction of more advance skills. Some basic tactical appreciation can also be introduced. It is also very important that players are encouraged to take part in unstructured play & other sport introduction is encouraged. The main activities are developing ball control while learning how to problem solve individually & with teammates. Players learn several new activities that create a foundation for their training environment as they progress over the years. Different variations of passing & dribbling. Each activity can build into higher level variations that help to develop technical abilities & combination play. Aerobic capacity training can begin at stage 3.

STAGE 3 – TRAINING TO TRAIN (AGES 10 – 14): The main area of focus: continuation of mastering the ball and learning principles of play. Players transition in to a Training to train Phase now that a foundation has been set from previous years of playing. New tactical concepts: Principles of Attacking & Principles of Defending. Several of these principals are complicated and at this stage of development the focus is creating a foundation based on these principles.

  • Principles of Attacking: penetration, providing support, movement off the ball, width & depth, and improvisation/creativity.
  • Principles of Defending: Pressure & Cover, delaying, balance/team shape, compactness, control & restraint (no diving in)

STAGE 4 – TRAINING TO COMPETE (AGES 14 – 16): The main area of focus: developing tactical concepts of the game while continuing to develop technical abilities. Practice sessions will be similar to Stage 3 with the areas of focus becoming more complex. Continue to consolidate the performance of fundamental and advanced individual skills. Players should now be receiving more in depth tactical instructions, particularly in understanding playing positions. Players should continue to experience different positions on the field. It is also a good time to introduce strength training for girls. Players should also play other sports, but soccer should become the primary sport during the soccer season for the serious & committed players.

Areas of Focus in addition to Training to Compete Phase

  • Ability to improvise within game situations
  • Independent decision-making
  • Further development and refinement of soccer specific skills
  • Automatic and consistent performance of soccer specific skills
  • Development of effective competition strategies and ability to adjust within games
  • Successful tactics, strategies, and necessary variations needed to win games
  • The importance of variation/options on set-pieces in attack & defense
  • Maintenance of physical capabilities with the view of maximizing performance

ADMINISTRATION

VOLUNTEER

Looking to get involved with soccer?  Our program runs on volunteers.  We can use your assistance and are always looking for:

Coaches- instructional leaders: YOU introduce students to soccer and encourage their individual development (we sponsor your training; 1-day for younger teams)

Assistant Coaches- instructional assistants: YOU support the coach and reinforce basic concepts (many future coaches start here)

Team Managers- team parent/organizer:  YOU communicate schedule/events to team; also, fundraising and league registration  (travel)

Age Group Coordinators- manage schedules/events and ongoing communication with coaches/families/administration.  YOU keep us organized

Volunteer Coordinators- organize and create "soccer-wide" events in collaboration with administration, YOU sustain our program and build our future

If you are interested or have additional ideas, please reach out to soccer@LMYA.org

SCHEDULES

Lower Mac Soccer Schedules

Your primary resource should be the Teamsnap application for practice and game schedules.  Teams cannot be assigned until after registration closes.  Coaches will reach out to teams within two days of team assignments and develop a schedule ASAP.  Please be patient and allow us one week to organize following the registration deadline before contacting us with questions about teams/schedules.
Please contact your coach/team manager Creamery Home Game Schedule   Schedule is not uploaded yet.  Due to the rain and the cancellations it is a work in progress. Contact Kelly for availability.
Game Schedules change constantly. The link is normally updated weekly throughout the season. Please check with Kelly Lineberger, Field Scheduler, with specific questions.  kelly.lineberger@outlook.com

(Fall of 2018) Creamery Practice Schedule. Click Here.

LVYSL Schedule at LVYSL.org.

RBJSL Schedule at rbjsl.org.

ROCK Schedule at  crusa.net/tournaments-and-leagues/rock-spring-league.

PAGS Schedule at pags.org.

Delco Schedule at delcosoccer.org.

TEAMS