NEW - 2014
Fall Outdoor Soccer
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 18 months to 9th grade.
Recreational Leagues 1st grade through 9th
recreational soccer program for all skill levels
in grades 1st through 9th grade. 1st -9th
grade teams will play a 8 game schedule.
Please consider volunteering! Coaches are needed for each
team! Coach meeting and clinic will be
held in late August! For detailed program information
please see program description below and
links for Rule Book.
Teams are formed based on special
request, participant school
and neighborhood. Special
requests are not guaranteed and are based on a
first come first serve basis by date received.
through 9th grade
per player! NO LATE FEE!
Saturday's beginning September 6th through
Saturday games and generally weekday evening
practices arranged by coach
· Game Time:
varies by schedule - posted in late August
by schedule - posted in late
Outdoor Soccer for 5-6 year olds - Kindergarten
NO LATE FEE!
WAA’s Kindergarten program has
now joined Team Chicago’s Pro-Academy line-up of
soccer. This 6-week beginning level program now
incorporates a skills clinic AND small sided
The program is scheduled on Saturday late
mornings/early afternoons based on alternating
game times. Volunteer coaches needed!
Coaches work with WAA professional trainers each
is $85 per player
Dates: Program begins
September 13th through October 18th.
Advanced Soccer Training for 5-10 yr olds
Team Chicago Pro
designed to teach young players the
fundamentals of soccer in a fun and exciting
environment. Fundamental skills such as
dribbling, shooting, passing and goal
keeping will be taught, with an emphasis on
skill development and ball control. Team
Chicago teaches a Brazilian style of soccer
through the use of cool moves and individual
Intended for players 5 to 8 years old or
beginning skill development
Level 2: Intended for the players
who have some mastery of the level 1 skill set
or are 9 to 10 years old
$150 per participant.
Dates: September 2nd
through October 16.
Times: Two classes per week. Tuesday and
Thursday evenings, 5pm-6pm
Location: Middlebury Park -
Near Middlebury Drive on Montgomery Road in
Fall Feet First Soccer - 18 months - 5 years
Feet First Soccer co-ed program is for toddlers
and preschoolers to experience an introduction
to soccer through the use of different sports
equipment and games each week. The classes are
taught by qualified Team Chicago Soccer Club
trainers experienced with these age groups.
Classes meet once a week.
Toddler w/Parent (18-36 mo)
utilize large motor skills while being
introduced to different soccer skills
each week using age appropriate sports
equipment, music, and games.
First Soccer for 3 to 5 year olds—3-5
year olds are introduced to soccer
through fun games, songs and age
appropriate sports equipment.
NEW LOWER PRICE and LONGER CLASS
Select Thursday 1pm, Friday 9:30am or Saturday
9:30am class. 6-week fall session begins 9/11,
9/12 or 9/13/14.
60 minute sessions run
Equipment Needed for All Age Levels
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 sock 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,
Gym shoes or outdoor soccer cleats (no
metal cleats allowed).
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.
Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.
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.
Assistant Coach is responsible for helping the Head Coach with all of the above,
and takes over for the Head Coach when