Winter Soccer Session #1 Registration Now Open

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We are pleased to once again offer several unique soccer skills programs to grade K-8 players during the indoor period from November to March. All of these programs will take place right here in Sudbury at The Field House. There will be three 5 week sessions offered the season. Winter Session #1: Runs From 11/9 to 12/20 (no sessions 11/23 to 11/29). Winter Session #2: Runs From 1/4 to 2/7. Winter Session #3: Runs From 2/8 to 3/21 (no sessions 2/15 to 2/21). 

These programs are a great way for your soccer player to keep playing the sports they love when it it cold and snowy outside! Please visit the Indoor Programs page to learn more about the grade level specific offerings ranging from Soccer FUNdamentals ($105 per player) for the younger (K-1) players to Winter Development School ($105 per player), Futsal ($75 per player) and Academy Squad Training ($105 per player) for Academy Squad players. 

Some sessions have limited available of 12 players per group, so make sure to sign up today! Please note that the Winter Development Schools are Co-Ed. When possible, we will make every attempt to balance the number of boys and girls in each session.

Safety continues to be our top priority as we transition into the winter season. While the Field House performs state level guidelines, SYSA is requiring additional steps to help ensure the safety of our players and staff which are described below. 

  • No spectators allowed during sessions-Drop off and pick up only
  • Limited session participant sizes (7 players per Futsal Team and 12 players per Development School)
  • All players must wear masks and have an extra mask on hand
  • All players bring their own ball and hand sanitizer
  • By sending your child, you are self certifying that your child is healthy
  • Additional filtration systems in place at the Field House
  • No cross over of players between sessions. We will allow time in between sessions with no occupants on field space
  • Coaches will sanitize equipment between sessions
  • Physical distancing when possible

Register For Our Indoor Program Here

Fall 2020 Season is Underway

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Our fall season is finally upon us and we are pleased to be able to provide our players and families our unique in-town program. To make this season successful, fun, developmental, and safe for the kids, we need your help.

Many of you participated in the informational ZOOM call with our Technical Director, Ross Duncan, a few weeks ago. With all the changes made to our program this season, we have created an overview video for you below.

We encourage all families to PLEASE watch the video below and remember the following safety guidelines: 

  • by bringing your child to sessions, you are "self-certifying" that your child is healthy
  • player provides their own mask
  • player provides their own ball
  • player provides their own sanitizer
  • player must wear a mask at all times
  • players must stay socially distant (6") on the sideline
  • spectators must wear a mask at all times
  • spectators must stay socially distant (6') and only one family member per family is allowed
  • spectators must bring their own chairs (benches and bleachers will not be available)
  • carpooling is not allowed

If you have any further questions about the upcoming season after watching the video below, please reach out to Ross at: [email protected].

If you are a volunteer coach, details about registration, safety certification and CORI review process can found at the link below.

SYSA Fall Season Overview Video                 Coaching Registration

Fall 2020 In-Town Program Overview

cleatsThe health and safety of our players and families is the priority of Sudbury Youth Soccer, therefore, we are  moving forward with an in town only program for the Fall season for all grades, including the Academy soccer program. The season will begin on September 8th and end on November 8th. In this way, we are all doing our part to keep the COVID numbers in Sudbury as low as possible. 

Given the fluidity of protocols and guidelines for the next several months, an in town program also allows us a level of flexibility to enhance the program or pull back as necessary (ex: small sided scrimmages or 100% socially distanced) and ensure compliance, which is much more difficult to achieve if we are playing other towns. 

As a player development program, this is a great opportunity to do just that – develop our players.   

Here’s what the season will look like: An eight week season beginning 9/8 and ending on 11/8.  There will not be any soccer activities on Columbus Day weekend.  The schedule of game days, times will be available shortly.

  • Grades K-1 will be comprised of 1 session per week, 30 minutes of training and 30 minutes of games. 
  • Grade 2 will be comprised of 2 sessions per week consisting of 1 midweek training session and 1 game on Sunday. 
  • Grades 3-4 will be comprised of 3 dual age group sessions a week consisting of 2 practices mid-week and 1 game on Saturday. 
  • Grades 5-8 teams will be comprised of 3 sessions per week consisting of 2 practices midweek and one game on Saturday’s with volunteer coaches, no group nights with a New England Revolution coach.  Practices and games are with each individual grade and not combined with other grades. 
  • Grades 5-8 Academy Squads will be comprised of 3 sessions per week consisting of 2 practices midweek and one game on Saturdays with their New England Revolution coach. Practices are with each individual squad and not combined with other squads. 

**Grades 5-8 games will consist of Town & Academy Squad blended teams for intra-town games on Saturdays with a New England Revolution coach. We encourage volunteer coaches to work with New England Revolution coaches as an educational component of the Saturday games.**

All coaches will be volunteer coaches, with the exception of the Academy Squad, which will be run by New England Revolution coaches. All programs will have oversight by Ross Duncan, our Technical Director and our COVID Safety Officer Sandy Moore. 

Fall Season Safety Protocols