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Spring IM Program Details

Updated Friday December 15, 2017 by Soccer.

CBAA Spring Intramural Soccer Registration Opens 12/15/17

Practices begin the first week of April
Cost: Discounted Registration fee is $110. Regular Registration fee (after 2/1/2018) $135

CBAA Soccer has adopted the US Soccer player development initiatives with respect to field size changes and small-sided game formats only. Teams will be grouped by birth year. 

League placement and details

  • Under 5 - Players born in 2013

  • Saturday morning sessions

  • First 30 minutes are group training led by our professional training partners.

  • Last 30 minutes include small sided games (4 v 4, no keeper) led by parent coaches

  • Teams are gender specific

  • Under 6 - Players born in 2012

    • Saturday morning sessions 

    • First 30 minutes are group training led by our professional training partners

    • Last 30 minutes include small sided games (4 v 4, no keeper) led by parent coaches

    • Teams are gender specific

  • Under 7 - Players born in 2011

    • Practices held on Tuesdays, Wednesday or Thursday evenings (Friday rain-date)

      • Teams will have several professionally run training sessions led by our professional trainers in a Group training format with parent and junior coaches assisting.

      • Schedules will be posted in advance of the season

      • Parent Coaches will lead the team practices on the off weeks of professional trainers

    • Parent coaches lead games on weekends

    • Small-sided game format – 4 v 4 no goal keeper

    • Teams are gender specific

  • Under 8 - PLayers born in 2010

    • Practices held on Tuesdays, Wednesday or Thursday evenings (Friday rain-date)

      • Teams will have several professionally run training sessions in a Group training format with parent coaches assisting.

      • Schedules will be posted in advance of the season

      • Parent Coaches will lead the team practices on the off weeks of professional trainers.

    • Parent coaches lead games on weekends

  • Small-sided game format – 4 v 4 no goal keeper

  • Teams are gender specific

  • Under 9 - Players born in 2009

  • Practices held on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evenings

  • Players will have several professionally run training run training sessions

  • Parent coaches run practices and games

  • Small sided games (7 v 7 - which includes a keeper)

  • Teams are gender specific

  • Under 10 - Players born 2008

    • Practices held on Tuesdays, Wednesday or Thursday evenings (Friday rain-date)

      • Teams will have several professionally run training sessions led by professional trainers in a group training format with parent coaches assisting.

      • Schedules will be posted in advance of the season

      • Parent Coaches will lead the team practices on the off weeks of professional coaching

    • Parent coaches lead games on weekends

    • Small-sided game format – 7 v 7 which includes a goal keeper

    • Teams are gender specific

  • Under 12 - Players born in 2006 and 2007

  • Will follow a player draft for team formation to ensure fair and evenly matched teams

  • Practices held on Tuesdays, Wednesday or Thursday evenings (Monday rain-date)

    • Teams will have several professionally run training sessions led by professional trainers in a Group training format with parent coaches assisting.

    • Schedules will be posted in advance of the season

    • Parent Coaches will lead the team practices and games

  • Regular game format – 9 v 9 which includes a goal keeper

  • Teams are gender specific

  • All games will have a professionally referee

  • Under 14 - Players born in 2004 and 2005

    • Will follow a player draft for team formation to ensure fair and evenly matched teams

    • Practices held on Tuesdays, Wednesday or Thursday evenings (Monday rain-date)

      • Teams will have several professionally run training sessions led by professional trainers in a Group training format with parent coaches assisting.

      • Schedules will be posted in advance of the season

      • Parent Coaches will lead the team practices and games

    • Regular game format – 11 v 11 which includes a goal keeper

    • Teams are gender specific

    • All games will have a professionally referee

  • Under 16  - Players born in 2002 and 2003

    • Will follow a player draft for team formation to ensure fair and evenly matched teams

    • Practices held on Tuesdays, Wednesday or Thursday evenings (Monday rain-date)

      • Teams will have several professionally run training sessions led by professional trainers in a Group training format with parent coaches assisting.

      • Schedules will be posted in advance of the season

      • Parent Coaches will lead the team practices and games

    • Regular game format – 11 v 11 which includes a goal keeper

    • Teams are gender specific

    • All games will have a professionally referee

  • Under 19 - Players born in 1999, 2000 and 2001

    • Will follow a player draft for team formation to ensure fair and evenly matched teams

    • Practices held on Tuesdays, Wednesday or Thursday evenings (Monday rain-date)

                    • Teams will have several professionally run training sessions led by professional trainers in a Group training format with parent     coaches assisting.

                          Schedules will be posted in advance of the season

 

  •   Parent Coaches will lead the team practices and games

  • Regular game format – 11 v 11 which includes a goal keeper

  • Teams are gender specific

  • All games will have a professionally referee

Below you will find some helpful information. Should you have any questions or concerns about your child's registration, please contact our office at soccer@cbaasports.org

 

 

Registration Fees: payable online by credit or debit card only at cbaasports.org
  • $135 per child if your child has their current Adidas, CBAA issued, player jerseys -- $110 Early bird registration.

  • You may reuse jerseys from season to season. Uniforms and spiritwear are availavble for purchase from our Adidas partners.

  • A discount of 20% to subsequent registration fees for 3 or more registrants within the same household – all players must register at the same time.

  • $45 Volunteer Buy-Out Fee per child

    What to Expect: Following the close of registration, we will begin to organize our season by ensuring we have the necessary number of coaches and then we will initiate team formations. You can expect
    to be notified of team placements by March 27
    th.

  • Practices begin the first week of April.

  • The in-house league is for Intramural and Recreation Players only. No active travel players will be permitted to participate in this program.

    Attempts will be made to reschedule rained out games, but we cannot guarantee they will all be rescheduled.

    CBAA Intramural Soccer leases the athletic fields from the Central Bucks School District, Buckingham, Doylestown & Plumstead Townships; our use of these fields is managed by the District/Township and is dependent upon the overall condition of the fields.

    Note: All players must wear black shorts, black socks, shin guards, and soccer cleats. Bring a ball and water to each practice/game.

    Uniform -- Our player jerseys consists of a "home" green jersey and an "away" white jersey through our Adidas partners. Jerseys may be re-used from season to season. Players who are participating in U12 and above, must have a number on their jersey. Jerseys, black Adidas shorts and black Adidas socks can be purchased from our web store.

    Practice Night:

Practice nights for U7 and above are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

o Mondays and Fridays may be reserved for rain dates for professional training as well as skills trainings such as goal-keeper sessions and individual training program sessions.

  • Coaches choose their practice nights.

  • Players choose which night they are able to practice.

  • There is no weekday practice for U5 and U6 registrants.

    Team Formations: Teams will be formed based on various factors that include player evaluations (for U12 through U18 leagues), number of season’s played/experience, carpooling requests, coach requests and friend requests. Head Coaches can be assigned up to two of their child's friends, which includes any request for a specific Assistant Coach.

    Parents in the junior division (U10 and under) may request a child's friend to be on the same team as long as that request is mutual. However, we cannot guarantee all such requests. U12 and up will follow a player draft for team formations in order to create fair and evenly matched teams.

    Volunteering: CBAA relies on parents to volunteer their time to support our athletic programs. For parents who are unable to volunteer their time, we offer a buy-out fee so that we can supplement our volunteers with paid help.

  • Volunteer coaches are needed to make this program a great experience for the children. All coaches as well as volunteers must complete an annual online Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer (EPYS) Risk Management Assessment .

  • In addition, all coaches must be in compliance with the new PA Child Protective Services Laws. All coaches must complete annual concussion training and attend the Positive Education
    Workshop.

  • Lastly, all coaches must attend the Coaches Clinic to be scheduled and run by our DOC.

    Sponsorship: We have a variety of sponsorship and advertising opportunities Click on this link to find out more. http://cbaasports.siplay.com/site/ClientSite/article/1679883

    Thanks for helping us make this a great place to play!