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Special Soccer Program READ MORE!
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Donate your old cleats, shin guards and uniforms to people in need! READ MORE
UNIFORMS can be purchased at Port Jeff Sports, in Port Jefferson Station. 1395 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776 (631) 473-5522. Click to download & print coupon.
College Student-Athlete Seminar - FREE Event
Kids of all academic and athletic abilities welcome!
The College Student-Athlete Seminar is a Free interactive event for both male and female student-athetes who are interested in pursuing a sport at the collegiate level. This informational event will be lead by andGO Sports, on:
Monday, October 27, 2014
Wheatley High School, Old Westbury, NY.
The main goal is to help parents and student-athletes better understand the athletic recruiting process, how the NCAA works, and how to help secure a potential college scholarship as early as possible. With competition for scholarships being at an all-time high, it is necessary to use every advantage available to be ahead of the pack. This seminar will be the first step in improving exposure, connecting to college coaches, and getting on the right track to securing your spot on a college roster.
Kevin Anderson (Columbia University - Mens Soccer Head Coach)
Michele Canning (New York University - Womens Soccer Head Coach)
Mark Dawson (LIU Post - Womens Soccer Head Coach)
Zak Ivkovic (Director of CUNY Athletics)
Jeff Matteo (St. John’s University - Mens Soccer Assistant Coach)
Gina McGovern (Parent of two current Collegiate student-athletes)
Frank Pizzardi (Director of Admissions - College at Old Westbury)
Matt Uy (Iona College - Mens Soccer Assistant Coach)
Open To: Boys and Girls high school aged student-athletes, parents/guardians and high school and/or club coaches.
Please Note: Limited seats available for this event. No admittance at event without pre-registration.
Seminar Registration Link
For more details, please feel free to check out the andGO Sports Seminar Page.
Youth Soccer Tournament
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Our G-13 Smithtown Extreme team put in a great performance to seal an away draw after taking an early second half lead against Sachem Storm.
This captures the essence of our league/club!
Sportsmanship and fun by “Building Character thru Soccer in Long Island Junior Soccer League".
Well Done !
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Arsenal featured in Soccer LI Magazine >
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Smithtown Arsenal U16 Capture National Title
Smithtown Arsenal U16 boys come up BIG when it matters most, becoming just the 3rd boys team from long island to ever win a national title. The Board of the Smithtown Kickers would like to extend a rousing round of applause and congratulations to a group of boys that capitalized on what most of us only dream about when we first kick a soccer ball.
On Friday July 26th The Arsenal edged out the back-to-back-to-back reigning National Champions, Fullerton Rangers 96 White (CA) 1-0 to secure their spot in the national final.
The Smithtown Arsenal finished the group stage with a perfect 3 - 0 record giving up just one goal and putting away 8. On Sunday July 28th, The Arsenal took to the pitch to play the GSA Phoenix 97 Read (GA) for the national title, who also came out of their respective group unscathed with a perfect 3 - 0 record.
The Arsenal would go out in glamorous fashion, finishing off the GSA Phoenix 2-0, securing their place in history. They are the first Long Island boys team to win a national championship since the Terryville Fire U18 completed the feat in 2007.
Addie Mattei-Iaia, President of Long Island Junior Soccer League was extremely proud to see a Smithtown team win a national title, stating “This is a great accomplishment for the Smithtown Arsenal and the club.” On behalf of the entire LIJSL, congratulations to the entire Smithtown Arsenal community!
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Arsenal National Championships video >
Letter from LIJS
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About the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series
The US Youth Soccer National Championship Series provides more than 10,000 teams from US Youth Soccer's 55 State Associations the opportunity to showcase their abilities against the best in the nation while emphasizing teamwork, discipline and fair play. The yearlong competition begins with over 185,000 players in the US Youth Soccer State Championships. These champions and selected wildcard teams, through US Youth Soccer Regional Leagues, advance to compete in one of four the US Youth Soccer Regional Championships. Champions (U-14 through U-19) from each regional event advance to the US Youth Soccer National Championships. The Under-15 through 17 Boys and Girls age groups have two teams representative of the US Youth Soccer National League, in which the top two teams in each gender age group earn a direct path to the national championships. Overall the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series provides the nation's top collegiate coaches with the premier stage to identify and scout the most coveted players in the country.
The Board of the Smithtown Kickers
Alicia D'Aoust - US Soccer - National Team Camp >
Alicia D'Aoust, one of 48 selected across the US - READ MORE!
ARSENAL Continue to Set the Bar!
Smithtown #1 in the Country - READ MORE!
A Healthy Soccer Player is a Fit Soccer Player!
Read more on the importance of Hydration
Ray Respect for the Game Watch video
Ray Winstone on Respect. Lose Respect, lose the game Watch video
Eastern Development Program (EDP) Read more
Two Smithtown Kicker's Players Named Best in the Nation
Thomas Butzke and Steven Dovi, both members of the BU14 Smithtown Arsenal, have been named to the inaugural tournament Best 11 from the 2011 US Youth Soccer National Championships. READ MORE...
Smithtown Soccer Team Makes Nationals
Tuesday August 2, 2011 10:27 AM By Carl MacGowan
A youth soccer team from Smithtown won state and regional championships to qualify for a national tournament in Phoenix, where the club finished fourth. Read complete article on Newsday.com
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