The MLBTBSC Recreation Program objectives are simple: Build Skills and have FUN! Our philosophy promotes the development of the player through good physical conditioning, promotion of sportsmanship and enjoyment of the game while developing knowledge and skills in soccer. The club’s goal is to form as many teams as possible to accommodate all interested youth pending the availability of qualified volunteer coaches and assistant coaches.
Fall 2015 Recreation ScheduleCLICK HERE
Registration Forms are accepted until June 1st. After this date, late registration will continue until the season begins, however, after June 1st if teams have reached capacity a waiting list will be formed. There is no guarantee of placement after the June 1st deadline. Registration is now done completely online.Click Here to Register
The Recreation Program encompasses youth from 4-14 years old. (Participants must be 4 years old by July 31st of the current year to participate — NO EXCEPTIONS!!). Practices occur after 4:00 PM at least once a week. Games are played on Saturdays beginning the weekend after Labor Day until the middle of November. Players are placed in divisions based on their age during the season. Division Coordinators create teams with balance in mind. Accommodations for team placement requests will not be honored unless “special needs” consideration is requested in writing to the Registration Coordinator (and deemed necessary by the registration committee).Current Age Classifications: CLICK HERE
Each player at the recreational level will be provided with a team shirt, shorts and socks. Players MUST provide their own shin guards and footwear. Cleats are preferred (NO METAL) but sneakers are acceptable. Teams are provided with a game ball. Players should bring their own soccer ball to all practices. (Size #5 for Division 3, Size #4 for Division 4 & 5, and Size #3 for Division 6 & 7).
Each player should be punctual in attendance at all scheduled games and practice sessions. Come prepared for practice; includes appropriate clothing, shin guards, soccer ball and water bottle. Players should encourage all teammates and be respectful of coaches. Players and parents responsibility includes courteous behavior towards other players, coaches, referees, and fans.
Our goal at the recreational level is to permit the maximum number of community youths to participate in team play at their appropriate age level. Every child at the intramural level will be offered play for at least one-half of each game but time need not be continuous play (assuming player’s attendance and behavior have been acceptable).