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General Information
  • Includes U4*, U5 and U6 divisions. 
  • There are 2 seasons for Mites – fall and spring
  • Teams consist of 5/6 players
  • Each season (Fall and Spring) runs for eight weeks
  • One hour a week broken into two parts - first half hour to practice and second half hour to play a game
  • You can sign up your child for either Friday nights or Sunday afternoons. 
  • A jersey, pair of shorts & pair of white soccer socks are provided to each player as part of the registration fee.  
  • The player is responsible for providing shin guards (Shin guards are required to be worn by all players) otherwise they will be prevented from playing
  • The player can play in sneakers or cleats – no other kind of shoes please.  
  • Girls are not allowed to wear earrings or metal type of hair accessories (barrettes etc.)
  • The player should also bring a size 3 soccer ball to each game and a water bottle
  • Games are held at East Center Street fields

Fall Season
  • Season runs from the beginning of September for 8 weeks, weather permitting           
  • Fridays – games start @ 5:30 pm
  • Sundays – games start @ 3:00 pm
Spring Season
  • Season starts late April for 8 weeks
  • Fridays – start @ 5:30 pm
  • Sundays – start @ 3:00 pm 



 * U-4 Divsion format: of the U-4 division will convert to a Parent & Child experience. It will require parent involvement (grandparents, nannies, aunts/uncles are welcome to substitute) during the entire session, unless other arrangements are made in advance. Parents and children will gather in small groups at stations setup around the field. Kids at this age will get the opportunity to be in frequent contact with the ball and constantly changing stations will help to keep them focused. A professional coach from Everson Soccer Academy will be there to introduce the stations to parents, keep track of time, and offer pointers to parents throughout the session.
 
We believe this approach is simpler and more supportive for our youngest players. We hope this will create a more enjoyable family experience while enhancing the gross motor development and self-confidence in your child. We also believe this will help you to better determine the level of interest of your child. 

 

For questions about the Mites program you can contact Nicole Goad, WYSL Mites Director