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Portland Soccer Club - Spring 2014 Season
Travel-Competitive and Club-Recreational Soccer Registration Information
Portland Soccer Club (PSC) is now accepting registrations for the spring 2014 soccer season, until March 23, 2014 for Travel-competitive soccer and until April 19, 2014 for Club-recreational soccer. Club-Recreational soccer registrations received on or after March 23, 2014 will be charged an additional $15 dollar late fee. No late registrations will be accepted for travel-competitive program.
The PSC will only accept registrations through their on-line registration system, which can be accessed via the Internet at www.bluesombrero.com/portlandsoccerclub. If you do not have internet access available, it can also be accessed at the Portland Library.
Club-Recreational Soccer: the cost per registrant is $55. The cost of jerseys and balls for Pre-K and full team uniforms for all other divisions are included in the registration fees and will be available prior to and during the first day of play. The Club-Recreational program will run from April 26th through June 7th (7 Week season). All games will take place at Camp Ingersoll. Program times to be announced closer to the start of the season.
Club-Recreational programs will be available for the following age groups, during our fall season:
U5 (08/01/08 TO (07/31/09) - Pre-K Recreational
U6 (08/01/07) TO (07/31/08) - Dribbler Recreational
U7 (08/01/06) TO (07/31/07) - Kicker Recreational
U8 (08/01/05) TO (07/31/06) - Kicker Recreational
U9 (08/01/04) TO (07/31/05) - Striker Recreational
U10 (08/01/03) TO (07/31/04) – Striker Recreational
U11 (08/01/02) TO (07/31/03) – Striker Recreational
U12 (08/01/01) TO (07/31/02) – Striker Recreational
Travel-Competitive Soccer: there are no tryouts planned for the spring season. New participants that did not play in the fall season are not guaranteed a spot on a spring travel team and will be added based on PSC Board Approval. The cost per travel registrant is $120 (Travel Family Discounts may apply). We anticipate fielding gender based teams for the following age groups during the spring 2014 season, depending on player participation: U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, and U14/U15/U16.
PSC also anticipates continuing the successful skill development clinics with Coach Vagell and his music and rhythmic activities for the Travel Teams (weekdays) and Recreational Teams (Saturday mornings) for the Spring Season.
Chris Donahue- President - email@example.com - 860-342-3228
Chris Dickman - Vice President - firstname.lastname@example.org - 860-342-5047
Joe Balskus, Registrar (registration) - email@example.com - 860-342-5410
PLEASE CALL THE PORTLAND PARKS&REC FIELD CLOSURE HOT-LINE TO DETERMINE PROGRAM/FIELD STATUS DUE TO WEATHER: 860-262-7234
PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
You are invited to attend a meeting to discuss plans for:
PORTLAND PARK AND RECREATIONAL COMPLEX
Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 6:00-8:30 PM Presentation at 6:30 PM
Portland High School Cafeteria 95 High Street- Portland, CT 06480
The Route 17 Recreation Complex Committee has been actively engaged in putting together preliminary
plans for a new park and recreation complex at the intersection of Strickland Street and Route 17.
The goal of the project is to provide a wide range of amenities that meets the recreational
needs for multi-generational users. The plans currently include two little league baseball fields,
two full-sized soccer fields, concessions and
restrooms, a recreation building, a splash pad and playground space, picnic areas and a series of
cross-country trails and walking paths.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
We are looking for interested community members to provide feedback and help us determine what the
proposed park complex should provide to best serve the Town of Portland.
WHAT TO EXPECT
After an individual review period from 6:00-6:30 PM, there will be a short presentation to go over
the specifics of the preliminary plan. After which, the committee will split up into groups, and
the community will be invited to discuss the plan in more detail with committee members.
For more information, please call (860) 342-6757