Register for Pima Soccer League 2020 beginning September 1st!
Visit https://clubs.bluesombrero.com/pimayouthsports to sign up.
The goals of the Pima Soccer League are for all children involved to have a good time, learn to work as a team, develop good sportsmanship, gain self-esteem, get exercise, and in the process learn to play soccer.
All leagues are co-ed
Pee-Wee League, 4-6 years old
(at least 4 by Nov. 30th and not turning 7 before Nov. 30th)
Junior League, 7-9 years old
(at least 7 by Nov. 30th and not turning 10 before Nov. 30th)
Senior League, 10-12 years old
(at least 10 by Nov. 30th and not turning 13 before Nov. 30th)
· All Leagues $15
· Online registration Opens September 1st
· Registration runs September 1st - October 2nd
No registrations accepted after October 2nd!
Pay for 3 children, additional are free. If you volunteer to coach a team, the registration fee will be reimbursed for one of your children. Payment must be made at time of registration.
Team selection will take place October 3rd-17th.
Games begin October 21st and will continue every Saturday through November 21st at the Pima Soccer Fields/Carsen Brown Memorial Field (next to Vard Lines Roping Arena).
Shin guards are mandatory in order to play and practice. We encourage you to buy them early. There will be a gear swap at Pima Town Hall where you may donate/pick up shin guards and soccer cleats. Pima Soccer League will provide a uniform T-shirt.
We need sponsors! For $50 per team, your family or business name will be printed on the uniform of the team(s) you sponsor and your logo will be featured on our website.
Our league is hosted by the Town of Pima, but run entirely by volunteers. In order to make this season a success, we require a battalion of dedicated volunteer coaches and paid referees to step up to the challenge. In other words, we could use your help!
We encourage all to take safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at games and practices.
For all questions, contact email@example.com.
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