Deadline to register for Mariner Youth Soccer’s Fall League approaches


Do you have kids 4-14 years of age that have a passion for soccer? Do they want to learn techniques, tactics and strategies from professionals? Do you want them to participate in a sport where they develop social skills, their competitive juices, and improve their confidence, health and fitness levels?

Mariner Youth Soccer is a non-profit organization run solely by passionate volunteers. Established in 1983, and located at 270 Huttleston Ave, Fairhaven, it is one of the oldest youth soccer organizations on the South Coast and offers a variety of soccer programs for boys and girls between the ages of 4-14.

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Mariner Youth Soccer has over 25 acres of fields in use and growing – they are in the process of developing another five acres of land that will hold an additional three full size soccer fields. The primary focus of the league is the development of players skills and a love of the game. Importantly, they provide the appropriate competition levels for children looking to pursue their interest in soccer. They know how to craft a curriculum that challenges the kids, but isn’t overwhelming. Using just such a progression is the finest way to develop the necessary technical and psychological skills in the game.

With travel teams competing in the Spring and Fall season, that means the kids get to enjoy virtually year round play. In addition, they have recently been accepted into the MAPLE league – a club soccer league that represents the best competition in the state. This Fall, Mariner Youth Soccer will have several teams competing in the league. Mariner recreational games are played on Saturday mornings throughout the Fall. Travel games are held on Saturday afternoons, while MAPLE is played on Sundays.

Time is running out to register for the Fall League at Mariner Fields: the deadline is Wednesday, September 21. Sign up now for a stellar soccer league that has been around for decades, possesses a world class staff dedicated to creating a positive experience and lasting memories for children.

To sign up click visit the Mariner Youth Soccer website.

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