At SCOR, we have programs designed to increase ability and fitness for players of all levels. We are proud to announce the availability of a wide range of supplemental programs for the Spring 2016 season.
Some programs will close when filled and/or have late fees after March 8th
See programs below for specific details:
PRE K - HIGH SCHOOL
The House program caters for kids who want to learn and play soccer in a less competitive environment than our other programs. Games are scheduled on Saturdays, and teams practice once a week at a designated time on Monday, Wednesday or Friday (except PreK, K and 1st Grade who do not have practices).
House for Grades 5 through High School is also known as Rec Plus, which involves some game day travel.
Registration for SCOR's Spring 2016 Academy programs is now open and will close as soon as capacity is reached. All spaces are filled on a first come, first serve basis.
Program Details: The Academy program is designed to provide young players with a development-intensive environment with professional coaching. The emphasis is on the process of winning by introducing players to technical skills and game insight without the pressures of wins and losses.
Academy I (open to current 1st graders) players practice once a week (on Mondays at 430) with professional Academy coaches . . . and then play games on Saturdays with their House teams and parent House coaches. (Note: 1st grade House teams do not otherwise practice during the week.)
Academy II (open to current 2nd graders) players practice once a week (on Mondays at 530) with professional Academy coaches . . . and then practice once during the week and play games on Saturdays with their House team and parent House coaches.
Any player enrolled in Academy I or Academy II will be automatically registered as a player on a 1st grade or 2nd grade House team, respectively. Additional information about the Academy program can be found here in our e-brochure: http://www.flipgorilla.com/p/23023990364726582/show
Academy III (open to current 2nd and current 3rd graders) players practice twice a week - on Wednesdays and Fridays (boys at 430 pm and girls at 6 pm) - with professional Academy coaches and play games on Saturday afternoons in a SCOR Academy league. The Academy III program provides an environment designed to prepare players to tryout for Travel. The emphasis is on long-term ball skill development, risk-taking and fun . . . rather than the tactics and pressure to win games in the short-term. The A3 program's curriculum can be found here: http://www.flipsnack.com/A5EE8858B7A/acadiiiact.html
Should you have any questions about the Academy program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
$50 OFF EARLY BIRD SPECIAL through February 15th (off regular Travel fee)
$50 Late fee applies after March 8th (added to regular travel fee)
This program is the highest level of competitive play representing our club and coached by experienced, professional coaches. Teams practice twice a week with weekend games typically on Sunday afternoons in the greater Fairfield County area. For spring roster placement, players should have participated on a Fall 2015 SCOR team. If a player did not play with SCOR in the fall, please contact
to discuss placement options. Contact the
about opportunities for Practice Player only positions.
HIGH SCHOOL U15-U19
This program provides a competitive environment for High School players in which soccer players are provided the opportunity to develop and prepare for their fall high school soccer season. Teams are coached by experienced, professional coaches and compete in the Southwest District.
Premier is for U13+ travel teams that have demonstrated and are in need of a higher level of competition
To learn more about our programs click here or contact the VP's by referencing their email's here.
We thank you for your continued support of the program. We look forward to another season of working together to provide the youth in our community a safe and fun environment in which they can develop a love and appreciation for the game of soccer. We strive to develop them as players and athletes, learn the ideals of good sportsmanship, build character and develop as responsible citizens of our community.
REGISTRATION FOR ADULT VOLUNTEERS All SCOR volunteers (Parent coaches, Travel team managers, House League Directors etc.) must must undergo a backround check sponsered by the Connecticut Junior Soccer Association (CJSA). The backround check is free and takes about 2 minutes. The backround check requirement applies to all adult SCOR volunteers as well as professional coaches & referees. Click here for a complete list of instructions on how to register to become a SCOR volunteer and for completion of a backround check.
Sponsor a SCOR House Team! Put your name or logo on a Jersey!
Several levels of sponsorships for SCOR House teams are available to companies or individuals interested in supporting the development of youth soccer in Ridgefield. With a team sponsorship your name or logo will be placed on player jerseys for a SCOR House team grades K through 8.
The SCOR is a non-profit organization which is supported totally by membership fees and donations from individuals and local companies. Donate your name and make a difference!
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