A3 Soccer is offering Champions League Soccer players born between 2012 and 2013. The Champions League will allow our young players to get an introduction to the world's favorite sport. Our own version of the World Cup, for players born between 2010 and 2011, will introduce players to regular fields, referees, goals, and positions. Both will emphasize learning, development, and fun!
Champions League Soccer
A recreational soccer league for 2012 and 2013 players!
Games and practices are in the Crofton area. Practices are one to two nights a week and games are on the weekend (Saturday mornings). The season will last 9 weeks. League play features recreational soccer with games played on a micro field, 5v5, and no goalies. We also offer clinics run by professional Coerver coaches each Friday night during the season. Game scores and statistics are not kept. The emphasis is on fun and the very basics of the game.
Teams will be provided team jerseys to represent their Champions League team - Manchester, Inter, Liverpool, Real, etc.
World Cup Soccer
A recreational soccer league for 2010 amd 2011 players.
Games and practices are in the Crofton area. Practices are one night a week and games are on the weekend (Saturday morning). The season will last approximately 9 weeks. League play features recreational soccer with games played on a short-sided field, 7v7, goalkeepers and referees. We also offer clinics run by professional Coerver coaches every other Friday night during the season. Game scores and statistics are not kept. The emphasis is on fun and transitioning to county/travel soccer.
Teams will be provided team jerseys to represent their international World Cup team - USA, England, Germany, Spain, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Are there separate leagues for boys and girls?
Yes! We are now offering all-boys and all-girls soccer!
My child has never played soccer. Is A3's Futures soccer for him or her?
Yes, Futures soccer is often the first organized sport many kids play. No soccer experience is necessary for any of the intramural leagues.
How do I register my child?
Only online registrations are accepted.
When does registration open and close?
Registration for Spring opens on or about January 1st and on or about June 15th for Fall. Registration usually remains open for approximately 45 days.. Futures registration will usually stay open a few weeks longer than the rest of the program.
How do I volunteer as a coach or assistant coach?
When registering your child, please make a note in the Parent Volunteer section.
Can I request the same coach from last season?
Yes, but we can’t guarantee all requests will be honored. Please enter the coach’s name in the Sports Notes Section. Only requests submitted through the website will be considered.
My child can only practice on a certain day of the week. Can I request a practice night?
No, each coach decides the night of the week to practice after the teams are formed. The only way to guarantee your practice night is to volunteer to coach a team. Did we mention that coaches are needed?
Can I request my child be on the same team as another child?
Yes, but we can’t guarantee all requests will be honored. Please enter any special requests in the Sports Notes Section. Only requests submitted through the website will be considered.
Soccer cleats are strongly recommended but shin guards are required and must be worn inside socks. Each child will be given a team shirt, shorts, and a pair of soccer socks.
These are the heart and soul of our soccer program. If you are interested in coaching, assistant coaching, or being commissioner, please complete the Parent Volunteer section of the registration form and plan on attending our coach’s organizational meeting and clinic. The season will not start on time if we don’t get enough coaches on time, so please consider volunteering if at all possible. We will provide you with all of the equipment, information, and support you need, even if you have never played soccer or coached before.
Please visit www.a3soccer.com for more information, e-mail Futures Commissioner Kevin Stroop.