The City of Good Soccer.
As I’ve written about before on this site, San Carlos can rightfully crown itself the City of Good Soccer. With over 1,000 kids that play recreational AYSO soccer in the city, and another couple hundred that play in the more competitive CYSA club league, soccer is easily the most popular youth sport in San Carlos. And that’s not to mention hundreds of parents who volunteer to coach, referee, and organize the league every year. I can safely say that I’ve been in every one of those roles at one time or another — player, coach, board member, and now an active referee. It’s one of those things that San Carlos just does right…
But despite the huge success for youth soccer in San Carlos, there haven’ t been many options for adults to continue to play soccer in San Carlos…until now.
Soccer for the Big Kids.
The City of San Carlos Parks and Rec is looking to form an adult soccer league for the months of January and February. The games would be played on Thursday evenings on the all-weather turf field at Highlands Park in San Carlos
Details are still sorted out, but the general outline of the league would be:
- Short sided teams (7v7) playing on U10 size fields on Highlands Field.
- U10 goals will be used.
- Co-ed league.
- Sign ups by end of December, season runs from Beginning of January through end of February.
- Games to be played Thursday evenings between 7pm and 10pm.
- We anticipate two U10 size fields side by side which would allow for 12 teams (based on 1 hour slots)
- 50 minute matches, 10 minutes between matches.
- Cost TBD at this point
So if you are interested in having fun on a Thursday night and being excruciatingly sore the next Friday morning, please click on this link and add your contact info.
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