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Intramurals

Game schedules are available by clicking the following link:  Game Schedules

Here's a guide to where your child will play, what's needed and other frequent questions. 

Practice day and times may vary based on the coach’s personal schedule. All programs play on Saturdays with make-up games (for community events or inclement weather) rescheduled for Sunday.

Division Gender Birth
Year
Equipment Location Practice
Day/Time*
Game Time**
Clinic Boys 2013 Shin guards, sneakers or cleats. Ball and colored shirt provided by league at the first game. New York Ave. Sat 11:00am 11:30am
Clinic Girls 2013 Shin guards, sneakers or cleats. Ball and colored shirt provided by league at the first game. New York Ave. Sat 11:35am 12:05am
Micro-Clinic Boys 2012 Shin guards, sneakers or cleats. Ball and colored shirt provided by league at the first game. New York Ave. Sat 12:10pm 12:40pm
Micro-Clinic Girls 2012 Shin guards, sneakers or cleats. Ball and colored shirt provided by league at the first game. New York Ave. Sat 12:45pm 1:15pm
PeeWee Boys 2011 Uniform and size 3 soccer ball. New York Ave. Sat 9:30am 10:00am
PeeWee Girls 2011 Uniform and size 3 soccer ball. New York Ave. Sat 10:15am 10:45am
Midget Boys 2010 Uniform and size 3 soccer ball. New York Ave. Tues 5:00pm Rotating times 
9 am - 2 pm
Midget Girls 2010 Uniform and size 3 soccer ball. New York Ave. Tues 6:00pm Rotating times 
9 am - 2 pm
Bantam Boys 2009 Uniform and size 4 soccer ball. New York Ave. Wed 5:00pm Rotating times
9 am - 2 pm
Bantam Girls 2009 Uniform and size 4 soccer ball. New York Ave. Wed 6:00pm Rotating times
9 am - 2 pm
Junior Boys 2008-
2007
Uniform and size 4 soccer ball. St. James
Elementary

Thur 5:00pm
NY Ave

Rotating times
9 am - 2 pm
Junior Girls 2008-
2007
Uniform and size 4 soccer ball. St. James
Elementary

Thur 6:00pm
NY Ave

Rotating times
9 am - 2 pm
Major Boys 2006-
2004
Uniform and size 4 soccer ball.

St. James
Elementary

Fri 5:00pm
NY Ave

Rotating times 
9 am - 2 pm
Major Girls 2006-
2004
Uniform and size 4 soccer ball.

St. James
Elementary

Fri 6:00pm
NY Ave

Rotating times 
9 am - 2 pm

* Practice sessions are trainer led.  All trainer lead sessions are at our NY Avenue field.
** A full schedule and exact field will be provided prior to the season starting.

What Equipment is Needed?

All players registered into our club are required to wear shinguards. Other than the Clinic and Micro-Clinic divisions, all other Intramural players are required to wear the Smithtown Kicker intramural uniform consisting of one white shirt, one blue shirt, one pair of blue shorts and socks. Uniforms can be purchased at Port Jefferson Sports located at 1395 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station N.Y. 11776. Call 631-473-5522 for store hours. Cost: about $52.00

NO jewelry permitted while playing.
PeeWee and Midget Division players need a size 3 soccer ball.
Bantam, Junior, and Major Division players need a size 4 soccer ball.

It is important for each player to have their own ball for all practices as well as on game days. Please do not rely on your coaches to always have an "extra."


Who Will My Coach Be and Can I Request a Specific Coach?

Coaching positions are not filled until registration has been completed. Coaches are chosen on the basis of volunteerism and past club affiliation. Once the coaching staff has been chosen, teams are created. Teams are created by distributing the players based on the number of seasons played. We try to maintain balance throughout the club and therefore do not "stack" or create "neighborhood" teams. 

What Division Does My Child Play In?

Divisions are determined strictly by date of birth according to the Long Island Junior Soccer League Regulations. We are unable to move a child from one division to the next regardless of physical size or ability without risking the loss of our sanctioning and insurance by LIJSL, so please do not ask!!

Clinic and Micro Clinic

Clinic and Micro-Clinic are programs designed to teach "first touch" of the soccer ball aimed at teaching the most basic of soccer skills. The programs are geared towards introducing the very young player to small-sided teams and interaction with others. Sessions consist of a one half hour of skill teaching games and a one half hour of small sided games.

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PeeWee
 
Field Information:

The PeeWee fields are 20 yds. wide x 30 yds. long. The goals are small pop up goals 6 ft wide and 3.5 feet high There is no center line and there is no center circle. There is a line 6 yds up from each goal across the width of the field, 

The PeeWee program is designed as the first introduction of the players to the use of referees in a game. It is also probably the first time the coaches have experienced referees. The referees are required to assist the players in adhering to the rules of the game and are asked to help the players learn some of the skills of the game goal kicks, corner kicks, etc. There are no keepers and/or sweeper keeper. THERE ARE NO USE OF HANDS.

Game Duration:

The game will consist of 4/10 minute quarters running time with stops when necessary for substitutions. There will be 1-2 minutes between quarters and a 5 minute half time.

Rules:

The teams can only play 3v3 soccer with substitutions. There are no goalies.
There is no offside. There are no penalty kicks. The game is started with a goal kick and possession should be rotated each quarter. All restarts are indirect. A goal can only score after two players have touched the ball. There are no direct kicks. The defending players must give 5 yards space.

If a ball goes out over the sideline, the ball is placed where went out and the player kicks it into play.
If a ball goes over the endline and an attacker last touched the ball, a goal kick is taken from anywhere in the goal box.
If a ball goes over the endline and a defender last touched the ball, a corner kick is taken.

After a goal, the team that was scored upon restarts with a goal kick. The defending team must retreat all players to it's own goal-keeping box. 
All substitutions must be requested of the referee and can only be done on a kick-in, a goal kick or a re-start after a goal or a referee time-out. 
All players must have equal playing time and the coaches must rotate the players to all positions. 


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Midget

Field Information:

The Midget fields are 30 yds. wide x 45 yds. long. The goals are 9 ft. wide x 4 ft. high. There is center line and a 5 yard radius center circle. There is a goal-keeping area marked on the field, but no penalty area.

The Midget program is designed as the first introduction of the players to the center line and the concept of halves of the field. It is also their first introduction to the center circle and kick-offs from the midline and they will require instruction as to the proper way to kick-off and encroachment on the circle. It is also their first introduction to a goal-keeping box, as opposed to just an end of the field which they used in the PeeWee program.

Game Duration

The game will consist of 4/10 minute quarters running time with stops as necessary for substitution. There will be 1-2 minutes between quarters.

Rules:

The teams should play 4v4 soccer with substitutions. If the teams do not have enough players, they can play 3v3. Under no circumstances can they play more than 4v4. 
See Pee-Wee rules 2-6. After a goal, a re-start is taken from the midline. The defending team must give 5 yds (i.e. be outside the center circle). Substitutions must be requested of the referee and can only be done on the teams own throw-in, a goalkick, a re-start after a goal or a referee time-out. All players must have equal playing time and the coaches must rotate the players to all the positions. Goalkeepers can only handle the ball in the goal-keeping box and should be encouraged to join the field of play in a conventional manner and act as a sweeper. Any infraction by the defending team in the goal-keeping area results in the awarding of an indirect kick for the attacking team. The ball is placed outside the goal-keeping area. The referee should use a coin toss to start the game. The game is started with a kick-off from the mid-line and possession should be rotated every quarter. 


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Bantam

Field Information:

The Bantam fields are 45 yds. wide x 60 yds. long. The goals are 15 ft. wide x 7 ft. high. The field has a center line, a center circle, a goal box and a penalty area. The Bantam program is designed as the first introduction of the players to a real goal box and the penalty area. It is also their first introduction to the use of a modified system of FIFA rules including offsides.

Game Duration:

The game will consist of 4/10-12 minute quarters as time allows with short rests between quarters and half.

Rules:

FIFA rules book except as follows:
The teams play 5v5 soccer with substitutions. If they don't have enough players, they can play 5v5. If they have too many players, they can play 7v7, but no higher. All rules should be explained to the players if there is any question as to the reason for the call. Players are given a second chance on a throw-in. There are no penalty shots. Any violation in the penalty area results in a free kick from outside the penalty area. Particular care should be giver to trying to explain the offside rule to the players and coaches since it is their first experience with offside. Leniency in calling offside should be used in the beginning of the season, but frequent explanations should be given. Remember, these players are still young and this is their first exposure to FIFA rules. Try to help them.

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Junior/Major

The Junior/Major fields are 45 yds. x 75 yds. with 8x16' goals . They have all the markings of a soccer field within proportions.

The Junior/Major age groups are the players’ first introduction to true FIFA rules of the game including penalty shots, offside & throw-ins. Juniors are required to play 8v8 or less; Majors 9v9 or less. The game consists of 30 or 35 minute halves with a 5 min. halftime.

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