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The COMMUNITY SOCCER OUTREACH  (“CSO”) is an Illinois not-for-profit corporation organized and operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of...

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1879 N. Neltnor Blvd. Suite 107

West Chicago IL. 60185

 

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Community Soccer Outreach 2019

Soccer Programs

The Community Soccer Outreach recreational program teaches soccer through the use of smaller teams and fields, maximizing participation by all. The program also allows young players to learn and enjoy soccer in a positive and fun environment, usually in their own community with the same children with whom they go to school with. Every child is guaranteed playing time during every game.

The Community Soccer Outreach League is a recreational lleague that emphasizes fun and fair play over scores and rankings. The teams have two weekly practices that last between one to one and a half hours. Games are played against other Community Soccer Outreach League teams. Practice days, times, and locations will be determined after the coaches meeting before the start of the season.

                             U5 Team

Description

The U5 age group is our first introduction to "team" soccer. The focus is learning the basic skills of soccer (dribbling, striking and passing) in a fun non-competitive environment.  All U5 teams will practice and play games on Saturdays.  The first 25-30 minutes of each session will feature skill development with the remaining 45 minutes dedicated to game play.  Teams will compete on (2) 30 x 20 fields playing 6 v. 6 with a goalie while using a size 3 ball.  The U6 season will typically run 6 weeks weather permitting.  Participants can expect all practices/games to be held at Wheaton Bible Church Field.

Soccer Programs

The Community Soccer Outreach recreational program teaches soccer through the use of smaller teams and fields, maximizing participation by all. The program also allows young players to learn and enjoy soccer in a positive and fun environment, usually in their own community with the same children with whom they go to school with. Every child is guaranteed playing time during every game.

The Community Soccer Outreach League is a recreational lleague that emphasizes fun and fair play over scores and rankings. The teams have two weekly practices that last between one to one and a half hours. Games are played against other Community Soccer Outreach League teams. Practice days, times, and locations will be determined after the coaches meeting before the start of the season.

The Community Soccer Outreach recreational program teaches soccer through the use of smaller teams and fields, maximizing participation by all. The program also allows young players to learn and enjoy soccer in a positive and fun environment, usually in their own community with the same children with whom they go to school with. Every child is guaranteed playing time during every game.

The Community Soccer Outreach League is a recreational lleague that emphasizes fun and fair play over scores and rankings. The teams have two weekly practices that last between one to one and a half hours. Games are played against other Community Soccer Outreach League teams. Practice days, times, and locations will be determined after the coaches meeting before the start of the season.

Soccer Programs

The Community Soccer Outreach recreational program teaches soccer through the use of smaller teams and fields, maximizing participation by all. The program also allows young players to learn and enjoy soccer in a positive and fun environment, usually in their own community with the same children with whom they go to school with. Every child is guaranteed playing time during every game.

The Community Soccer Outreach League is a recreational lleague that emphasizes fun and fair play over scores and rankings. The teams have two weekly practices that last between one to one and a half hours. Games are played against other Community Soccer Outreach League teams. Practice days, times, and locations will be determined after the coaches meeting before the start of the season.