In-Town

Intramural program for Grades 3 to 6

Our In-Town program is a recreational soccer league for children in Grades 3 to 6. It is competitive but non-results oriented, meaning scores are not recorded and there are no play-offs. Players are grouped by dual grade and randomly placed on coed teams led by volunteer coaches. Teams train during the week to play friendly games with each other on fields within the city. This program has independent fall and spring seasons.


Seasons

In-Town seasons are eight weeks long and have independent registration periods. Fall seasons run from September to November and spring seasons run from April to June.

Spring 2019: Apr. 13, Apr. 20, Apr. 27, May 4, May 11, May 18, May 25, and June 1st.

Seasons are subject to change based on field availability.


Schedule

In-Town teams meet twice during the week for practice and play a game on Saturdays.

Spring 2019 Practices

Grade 3/4: Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 pm for 60 minutes

Grade 5/6: Monday and Wednesday at 5:30 pm for 60 minutes

Spring 2019 Games

To be determined based on enrollment and number of teams.

Times are subject to change based on enrollment and field availability.


Fields

In-Town fields are located at are located at a central location within the city.

  • Lawn signs are placed near each field line to help identify fields.

  • Spectators are asked to sit a few feet away from the touchlines to give the children enough room to play.

  • Sitting behind goals is prohibited.

Spring 2019: Consentino Middle School, 685 Washington Street

Locations are subject to change based on field availability.


Equipment

In-Town players must have the following to participate in practices and games:

  • Uniform - Listed as “In-Town Kit Bundle” on our online store.

    • Includes player jerseys, shorts and socks.

  • Shin guards - Mandatory for safety.

  • Footwear - Sneakers are fine.

  • Soccer ball - Size 4.

  • Sports bottle - Players should bring plenty of fluids with them.

Soccer cleats are recommended to avoid bad spills. However, baseball cleats cannot be used to play soccer because shoes with toe cleats are not allowed.