Soccer program for kids 8-19, focus on skill development. The program is run through the Suffolk Soccer League.
Please read the below concerning our different programs to be sure you select the correct program and division for your child when registering.
For Travel and Inter-League registration, if you do not know what team to select, please select "Unknown"
Payment is only available via Credit Card - No checks or Cash.
REFUNDS WILL ONLY BE ISSUED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE ELWOOD SOCCER CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD. A $35 PROCESSING FEE WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM ANY REFUND ISSUED.
The Intramural program consists of boys, girls and coed teams based on divisions and age groups.
Boys and girls between four (4) and five (5) years old (Pre-K) play in the Pee Wee division on coed teams. They play four (4) on side with no goal keepers. Coaches are allowed on the field to help and guide the kids. A number three (3) size ball is used at this age level.
The goal of these teams is to introduce them to soccer and have lots of fun. No scores are kept for these games and referees are typically high school or middle school kids learning how to be a referee. All games are played on Sunday at the Elwood BOCES facility on Little Plains Road.
The goal of these teams is to introduce a little bit more about the game of soccer from the Pee Wee division and also have lots of fun. No scores are kept for these games and referees are typically high school or middle school kids learning how to be a referee. All games are played on Sunday at the Elwood BOCES facility on Little Plains Road.
A program that offers kids competitive soccer as players move from the Intramural program into the next level. Players get exposure to more experienced coaches who know the game. The players enjoy playing other local town clubs in their own age group as they look to advance their skill and experience through competitive games. Interleague teams begin at the 3rd grade level.
The Interleague program is run by Lou Sventura of Suffolk Soccer. This is a program of organized scrimmages. Coaches have a much greater latitude in how the games is played versus LIJ's travel program. For more information see the Suffolk Soccer Site: http://www.suffolksoccer.org
Commitment is a key factor on a travel team. Travel teams work hard to advance their skills and knowledge of the game. Playing other club's travel teams offers an exciting sporting event for players and families and provides a competitive atmosphere. Travel teams typically range from under-9 years old (U-9) through under-19 years old (U-19).
The Travel program is run by Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL). For more information see the Long Island Junior Soccer League Site http://www.lijsoccer.com/