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Welcome to the Stowe Soccer Club’s 2016 Spring Soccer season.
2016 spring registration is open!
Spring Soccer registration opens February 5th and closes March 4th. In order to meet Vermont Soccer Association’s spring league deadline, please ensure your child is registered no later than March 4th. We cannot guarantee we will be able to accept any late registrations.
The spring season is a competitive program. We play in a more competitive league, against competitive teams and travel up to 90 minutes to games for at least one game a week. This program is geared towards players looking to challenge themselves against other experienced players. This year for U10’s, U12’s and U14’s, depending on registration within each age group, we may divide the teams into teams by skill level. In that case, they would be evaluated by independent soccer professionals and put onto teams appropriate for their skill level. This will enable us to play in different divisions matching the skill level of the team. If your child is involved in other activities that will result in them missing practices or games, please indicate that in the notes section of the registration so the teams can plan accordingly.
Practices will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Polo Fields. Though the practice times will be set by each coach, we will try to have practices immediately following school. The Spring program is for grades 1-8 (U8 – U14). The program starts at the end of April runs through mid-June.
If you have questions that are not addressed here please contact:
Vermont Youth Soccer Association
The Stowe Soccer Club is a member of the Vermont Soccer Association (VSA). VSA provides liability insurance to cover all players, coaches and organizers from claims or lawsuits arising from the soccer program or related activities. Medical insurance is also provided for injuries or accidents sustained by participants. The liability and medical insurance benefits provide excess secondary coverage to any primary coverage. In the absence of any primary coverage the VSA insurance coverage will provide primary benefits. As with any insurance there are certain limitations and exclusions, but the coverage is well worth the premium VSA charges the club.