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Registration for fall AND spring season take place in June. There are teams for children ages 4-14! Soccer is considered a year-round sport; there is not an option to play one season. Players get to play spring and fall seasons for ONE price!
Pricing depends on the age of the player. There are payment options available and discounts for children who receive free or reduced lunch at school.
Players are sorted into levels according to their birthday not grade level. Children aged 9 and younger play at recreation levels called "in-house teams."
In-House (ages 5-9)
Schedules do not go out until a few weeks before practices start. Each season lasts for 8 weeks with games being held at Harris Park in Dodgeville on Saturday mornings. Practices are between 45-60 minute long evening sessions during the week.
The fall season begins after Labor Day and the spring season begins in April.
Players need to have a soccer ball, shin guards, soccer socks, soccer cleats, and a water bottle. Jerseys are purchased during the registration process.
Registration takes place online on our website. Feel free to check out the Registration tab for more information. Also, if you are a Facebook user, I recommend "liking" us to see reminders and important information in your newsfeed. https://www.facebook.com/Iowa-County-Youth-Soccer-164668643739/
If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact the club.
Globally, FIFA reported roughly 265 million soccer participants, which makes it the most popular sport from a participation and fan base standpoint. An ESPN poll revealed that second to China, the United States has the highest youth participation rate in soccer with roughly 24.5 million players. And, within the country, soccer is the second most popular sport for youth, trailing only behind basketball.
Soccer is considered a year round sport. Your enrollment includes two seasons (fall and spring). The cost depends upon the age of the player. All player enrollment costs are between $95 and $150.
Soccer is one of the easier sports to learn. Due to the of infrequent stoppage in play, there is a lot of time and space for free play and creativity. There are only a couple of major tactical regulations ,such as offsides, that need to be learned before jumping into the sport.
What Are The Rules?
How Long Does it Take to Learn Soccer?
Soccer is known to be the most popular sport in the world, and one of the few that is played in nearly every country. To get a gauge of fan base popularity, in 2014 there were nearly 111.5 million people who tuned in for the Super Bowl and 1 billion who tuned in for the FIFA World Cup Final.
The most common injuries in soccer are sprains and strains of ankles and knees. Although there are other major injuries, such as concussions and ACL tears that can be prevalent mostly at the higher levels, severity and recovery time for soccer injuries tends to be low.
Soccer requires a high fitness ability, specifically endurance and agility. On average, a soccer player will run a total of 7 miles per game, depending on level of participation and position played.
Fitness Components for Soccer
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