Registration is now closed.
Fall registration: mid May to end of July.
Spring registration: mid December to end of February.
The U5-U6 Recreational Program is the first introduction to soccer for many players and is specifically about providing fun and development in a warm and positive environment through the provision of professional coaching. The program also has a strong emphasis on coach development and future coaches are provided experience and training for taking a team the following year.
Age Group Breakdown
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Fall. Practices begin in mid-September and conclude in the beginning of March with a break in December.
Spring. Practices begin in early April and end near the end of June.
Parents will hear from the program coordinator in late-August to early-September (Fall) or late-March to early-April (Spring).
Base fee: $220
Project fee*: $25
Refundable volunteer bond*: $100
Total maximum fee: $345
*For additional information about the volunteer bond and project fee, please refer to the Registration FAQs section under Programs.
There is one training session per week. Training sessions are scheduled on the same day and time each week and will be held inside a school gym in South Surrey (Fall) or on a local field in South Surrey/White Rock (Spring). Practices are led by one of our professional staff coaches with assistance from developing volunteer coaches.
Training sessions are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday at either 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm, depending on the team.
Note. Due to the number of participants, we cannot accommodate training day/time requests.
Fall/Winter game day for this introductory program consists of periodized jamborees during the winter months. The gradual introduction to outdoor games through periodized jamborees will prepare players for the transition to the club’s outdoor spring program starting in April.
The curriculum of the Micro Development Program will be based around teaching players the active start of soccer and team play in a fun and non-threatening environment. It is designed to meet the learning objectives of Active Start (Stage 1) of the Canadian Soccer Association’s Long Term Player Development Pathway. By allowing the professional staff to support every player/coach in these ages, it ensures that everyone receives a consistent coach and player development seasonal plan.