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In-House Recreational Program Information

In-House Recreational Program Information

                The In-House Recreational program includes 9 weeknight practices at Hotchkiss Field in the town of Prospect and 8 Saturday morning games in Prospect  The program starts at U4 with MiniHawks, continues with U6 (Under 6) coed, followed by U7 and above being non-coed. Games are played on Saturday mornings against teams within each team's own division. Scores and standings are not kept and every player is guaranteed to play at least 50% of each game (except in the event of injury or discipline).

                The registration fee includes a shirt, an end of the season party, and a weekly curriculum for parent coaches to follow. Coaches are always in need. There is no soccer experience necessary, just a willingness to work with children and to learn.

A player must not use equipment or wear anything that is dangerous to himself or another player (including any kind of jewelry).

Basic equipment 
The basic compulsory equipment of a player comprises the following separate items:

  • a jersey or shirt with sleeves – if undergarments are worn, the color of the sleeve must be the same main color as the sleeve of the jersey or shirt
  • shorts – if undershorts or tights are worn, they must be of the same main color as the shorts
  • socks
  • shin guards
  • soccer cleats

Shin guards

  • are covered entirely by the socks 
  • are made of rubber, plastic or a similar suitable material
  • provide a reasonable degree of protection
  • stop 2-3 inches below the knee

Soccer Ball
The ball should be the appropriate size for the players age.

  • Size 2 — U4 - U5
  • Size 3 — U6 - U8
  • Size 4 — U9 - U12
  • Size 5 — U13 and up


Prospect Soccer Club
47 Waterbury Rd Suite 4 PMB 333 
Prospect, Connecticut 06712

Email: [email protected]

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