Mini League Soccer 2023 (U5, U7, U9)


Central Queens Clippers Soccer Club is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. Our club was built on volunteers and can only succeed with your help. Hundreds of children rely on all of us to provide a well-run and happy environment in which they can learn and play soccer. 
 
2023 Summer Soccer Registration is open
Please read the program information below and register  HERE

For U5, U7, and U9, we need coaches, assistant coaches, helpers, and coordinators.

Please see our Volunteers Tab for details

 

Important Dates - Mark Your Calendars!

March 23rd, 2023 - Online registration opens

April 17th, 2023- Late fees start 

Monday June 5th, 2023 - Start of mini-league for U5 & U7 (6-6:45) U9 (7-8pm) 

Wednesday July 5th,  U7s & U9s will add a 2nd evening per week on Wednesdays same time

Mid-July - U9s will start playing an interlocking game schedule with Summerside and Kensington either on Wednesdays or Thursdays.

Monday, August 7th: No soccer following CQ Youth Tournament weekend; U5 will play on Wednesday, August 9th this week; U7s and U9’s will follow their regular schedule.

Saturday, August 12th Active Start Soccer Fest - Wrap up Tournament for U5, U7, U9 at CQ from 10:30-12:30pm includes games, BBQ and fun!

 


U5 Summer Program (Players born 2018 & 2019)

Development Emphasis: Physical literacy, ball control, game understanding and FUN activities!

Genders: Co-ed.

Season Length:  June to August. 10 weeks plus Canada Fest BBQ and wrap-up day

Day: Mondays with Wednesday as a rain date starting June 5 on Hayward, which is the first field on the right as you enter the complex from 6:00 PM - 6:45PM

Leadership: The Club provides curriculum/session plans. Parent volunteers & helpers manage each grouping of players. 

Requirements: Shinpads covered by soccer socks or long socks. Cleats are recommended but not required. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $108.50 

U7 Summer Program (Players born 2016 & 2017)

Development Emphasis: Physical literacy, ball control and game understanding and Fun activities!

Genders: Co-ed

Season Length: June to August. 10 weeks plus Canada Fest BBQ and wrap-up day

Day: Mondays with Wednesday as a rain date in June starting June 5th on Boyle field which is the second field on the right as you enter the complex from 6:00PM - 6:45PM.  When school ends a second weekly practice on Wednesday's from 6:00-6:45p.m. 

Leadership: The Club provides curriculum/session plans. Parent Volunteers & helpers manage each team.

Overview:  The program runs with a pre-planned practice followed by a game for the 2nd half of the session.

Requirements: Shinpads covered by soccer socks or long socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players.

Fee: $108.50

U9 Summer Program (Players born 2014 & 2015)

Development Emphasis: Ball control, game understanding and physical literacy.

Genders: Separate female and male sessions.

Season Length:  June to August.

Day:  In June once a week on Mondays with Wednesday as a rain date. Adding a 2nd night in July & August (TBD - based on game schedule with Kensington and Summerside. )Mondays at 7:00-8:00pm (time to be confirmed) on Hayward and Boyle Fields (upper first 2 fields on your right as your drive in) 

Leadership: The Club provides curriculum/session plans.  Volunteer parents &  helpers manage each team.

Overview: The first two weeks of the program would be player assessments. The goal would be to create teams that are as even as possible. 

Requirements: Shinpads covered by soccer socks or long socks. Cleats. No jewelry or wearable devices (with the exception of medical). Bring a personalized water bottle that is not to be shared with other players. 

BDO Jerseys will be issued to the U9 players that the players can keep. Jerseys should not be put in the dryer.

Fee:$138.50 

 

Cancellation of Mini League Sessions 
Mini League is usually only canceled in the event of heavy rain or thunder.  Usually, time is short for these cancellations; please check your email, the Club’s website at 5 pm if the weather is questionable. Facebook is another great tool in getting the word out. “Like” our Facebook page for updates and information.
 
Other Important Information 
 
Don’t let your child/ren (or any child) climb or hang on the nets! If you see someone doing this, please tell them to STOP. This is a serious safety issue and can damage the nets, adding to our costs/fees.

  • Please don’t leave your young child(ren) without letting the coach or helper know where you are on the field.  Your children need you there in case of injury or bathroom breaks and to see them progress.
  • Pets are not allowed on the soccer field or in the clubhouse. We love pets, but not all children are accustomed to being around animals.  For the safety of everyone, including your pet, please leave them at home or on a tight leash. Please remember to clean up after your dog.
  • While our facility is not a designated “nut free space”, there are children who do have peanut allergies. Please be conscious and considerate of these allergies when at the soccer facility.
  • Please park in designated parking areas. There is lots of parking all around the complex. Please leave Route 13 and the driveway clear for emergencies.  Handicapped parking spaces are near the clubhouse. Be respectful and do not use them if you do not have a motor vehicle handicapped tag.   
  • The speed limit is no more than 20km/hr anywhere on club grounds.  Safety of children is paramount.
  • Traffic is one-way only after you enter the complex.
  • We will be calling for extra help from parents for wrap-up sessions BBQ and drinks.
  • You will get information about soccer photos after the season gets going.

 

  • Saying thank you to our sponsors goes a long way to building community spirit and goodwill. Without our sponsors, our club would not be as big or run as well as it does. Please, if you have the opportunity, say thank you to the many generous sponsors you will see recognized on jerseys, equipment, notices at the clubhouse and at tournaments. 

 
Thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, staff, and everyone for their cooperation and respect showed toward the club community.  Any questions or concerns, please contact our mini league coordinator or any executive member.  
 
We wish everyone a great soccer season filled with fun!
 
CQCSC Executive Members

 

 


          

        

         

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