Soccer Game Schedules - Clinics/Events

 

2014 Spring Soccer Coach List

 

Coaches Interactive Game

 Cancellation/Reschedule Form

  • des 1- 9: Eight game season runs September 7th through October 26th.  Games are played on Saturdays and practices are scheduled during the week at the coach’s discretion.indergarten:  Kindergarten program consists of six Saturdays led by a trainer. 6-week program runs September 7th through  October 12th.  The first three weeks are clinics and the last three weeks the teams will play small sided games.201222


Game Schedules:
Game schedules can also be found on your family account under your child's team link.

2014 Spring Season

1st grade Boys north - 1BS rev 4/1

1st grade Boys South - 1BS

1st grade Girls - 1G

2nd grade Boys North - 2BN

2nd grade Boys South - 2BS

2nd grade Girls north - 2GN

2nd grade Girls South - 2GS

3rd grade Boys - 3B

3rd grade Girls - 3G

4th grade Boys - 4B

4th grade Girls - 4G rev 4/4

5th and 6th grade Boys - 5/6B rev 4/4

5th and 6th grade Girls - 5/6G

7th/8th/9th Grade Boys and Girls  rev 4/7!

Kindergarten North at Gentile Field

Kindergarten South at Patterson School

 

 


Coaches Clinics and Events

 

What:   Head Coach Meeting – Spring Recreational Soccer

When:  Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Time:     7:00 PM    (7:30 PM free coach training clinic)

Where:  Fischer Middle School Cafeteria

 1305 Long Grove Dr. in Aurora 60502

 

Spring Head Coach Meeting

Thank you for volunteering to be the head coach for your child’s recreational soccer team.  The season is soon to be under way and a short coaches meeting has been scheduled that includes equipment pickup.   Come and hear what’s new this season for rec soccer.  Season starts on April 12th.  Practices for 1st-9th grade can start after March 20th once the ground is dry and firm.

 

Two coach clinics will be run by professional trainers immediately following the coaches meeting.   One for older, advanced players, and one for younger players and newer coaches.

 

If you cannot make the coach meeting, coach packets & equipment bags will be available for pickup in the WAA office during business hours the day after the meeting. 

Rosters will not be released prior to the coaches meeting. 

 

 

 

Coaches Interactive Game Cancellation/Reschedule Form

Recreational Soccer Rule Book      Kindergarten Soccer Handbook

Blue Sombrero

 


 

 

2014 Spring Outdoor Soccer

 

Limited Spots Available - Call Now!!

 

       Ages:  Kindergarten through 9th grade

       Fee: $85 per player (prior to Feb 15th deadline) $20 late fee after 2/15/14

       Game/Clinic Dates: Apr 12-May 17, 2014

       Days: Saturday games/clinics

      1st-9th grade practices arranged by head coach.  Kindergarten does not have additional weekly practices.

       Game Time: varies

       Location:  varies (within the IPSD 204 area)

An outdoor recreational soccer program for all skill levels in grades Kindergarten through 9th grade.  Kindergarten program is six weeks long and a WAA trainer will be at each site to work with children and coaches.  1st -9th grade teams will play a 6 game schedule.  Please volunteer; coaches are needed for each team!  For detailed program information please see program description below and links for Rule Book and Kindergarten Handbook.

 


 

Equipment Needed for All Age Levels

Outdoor Soccer Leagues

 

WAA reversible jersey - Shirts are available for $15 in the WAA office.  Shirts may also be available at The Soccer Edge, Play it Again Sports or Boomer T's.

 

Shin guards and socks to cover the shin guards.  any color is allowed.  WAA green/gold socks are available in the WAA office for $6/pair.

 

Soccer Ball - Grades K-2 use size 3 ball, Grades 3-5 use size 4 ball, Grades 6-9 use size 5 ball.  (Combination 5th/6th leagues will use size 5 ball for games). 

 

White or Black athletic shorts.

 

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Outdoor Soccer Program Description
 

Wheatland Athletic Association (WAA) fields over 250 teams with over 2,500 participants in the Spring and Fall recreational soccer program.  The program is made up of boys and girls from kindergarten through 9th grade. The kindergarten program is co-ed.  1st through 9th grade teams will be gender specific. 

 

Kindergarten soccer is a six week program and may have up to three sites.hree sites in the Naperville/Aurora area.  Each site will have up to ten teams with up to 10 participants per team and one volunteer coach per team.  A WAA trainer will be at each site to demonstrate and teach skills and drills to the participants and coaches. The first three weeks (10:30am) will be training and practice, the last three weeks (10:30 or 11:30) will be small sided instructional games with the trainer helping coaches and teams.  

 

1st through 9th grade play an eight game season in the fall and a six game season in the spring. Games are played in the Naperville/Aurora area on school district and park district fields rented by WAA.  WAA has paid referees for 1st through 9th grade leagues.  Volunteer coaches are needed for each team.  Teams are mainly based on schools and residential areas lived in.  Special requests are accepted and are met to the best of our ability based on team needs.  Special requests are not guaranteed and are based on a first come first serve basis by date received.

 

WAA requires good sportsmanship for all participants, parents, coaches and officials.  Please read the WAA code of conduct of specific requirements. 

 

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Volunteer Opportunities

 

WAA is a volunteer non-profit organization and depends upon parents to volunteer as coaches in all of our sports.  Please consider volunteering as a head or assistant coach for your child's team.  You must be 18 years of age or older to volunteer.

 

All WAA sport programs depend entirely upon volunteer participation. Coaching responsibilities include attending coach meeting, contacting player families, scheduling and running team practices and coaching at league games.  Coaches may ask for participant parent assistance as needed. 

 

Please volunteer!  Volunteer Coaches are always needed!

 

  • ASSISTANT COACH - Assist the Head Coach with all of the above, and takes over for the Head Coach when needed.
 
       
  

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