(2017-01-18) New Club Partnership

Summersill Soccer Club is proud to announce their new partnership with West Coast GoalKeeping starting this upcoming season. West Coast GoalKeeping is a goalkeeper focused company located in Seattle WA whose goal is to bring the best quality gloves in the world to all Goalkeepers at every level, with a great price! Their gloves have been worn in some of the biggest leagues in the world from MLS, USL, NASL, FA CUP, NWSL, La Liga, SPL, Irish Airtricity, SkyBet Championship, Skrill Pro, League 1, La Liga and many more! West Coast GoalKeeping's gloves are created, designed, tested and then worn by Pro's. You will be wearing the identical glove that is on our Pro's Hands! Every West Coast gloves includes features like: Removable Fingersaves, 4mm German Latex, Free Flex Thumb and comes with a 30 Day Try and Wear Money Back Guarantee! If interested in obtaining more information to assist your teams goal keeper in performing to the best of their ability, check them out at https://www.westcoastgoalkeeping.com/  and contact Chris Lafauvre at cflavahsoccer@gmail.com.


​(2017-01-11) Face to Face Registration

Join us Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 1 – 4:00 pm for our face to face registration at DICK’S Sporting Goods in Jacksonville.

Registration is also available at the Summersill Soccer Club concession stand on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 – 6:00 pm.

The Summersill Soccer Club 2017 Spring Youth Soccer Registration is available by visiting www.summersillsoccer.org and clicking the registration button. 

Forms must be printed, signed and turned in.

- U4-U6: $45  /  U7-U8: $50  /  U9+: $55
- Cost does not include the cost of uniforms
- Must provide proof of birth (if new join)
- Practices will start the end of January/beginning of February

- Games will start around the 4th week of February

For more information visit us at www.summersillsoccer.org or email us at summersillsoccerclub@gmail.com.

Attention to all members of Summersill Soccer Club, per Article IV of the Summersill Soccer Club By Laws, you are all voting members and the club will be asking for your vote.

"Voting Members: “Voting members” of the Club shall be the parents or legal guardians of duly registered players (one vote per household)or registered team officials (coaches, assistant coaches, and managers).  Members in good standing are those who have not been expelled by the Board of Directors pursuant to the restated articles and who are current on their payments or who have been awarded a scholarship to pay membership dues.  Only members in good standing shall be entitled to vote."

So you are thinking what do this have to do with me?  Well, to keep things fair, honest and balanced and because we put it in our by-laws to ensure we maintain that balance. 

The following position is currently vacant and we need a dedicated volunteer to assist us: 

- Club Secretary

The following positions are currently up for election/re-election:
- Vice President: Currently held by Coach Roy Nanku
- Treasurer: Currently held by Tracie Lafauvre who also runs the concession stand, is the Micro Coordinator, Risk Management Officer, and fills in as Secretary.
- Director of Coaching: Currently held by Coach RJ King

Coaches and Assistant Coaches please join me at the field for a meet and greet January 26th at 6:00 pm.

If you are not a coach or assistant coach but would like to lead, mentor or train the kids, let me know and I would gladly help you becoming a coach or assistant coach.  The more the better!

On January 29th at 1:00 I will be at the fields and I could really use some help cleaning up the ditches that outline the fields.  If you have rakes, shoves, saws, etc., bring them.  There is not a lot of debris but enough to make it unsightly and I would like to keep Summersill Soccer Fields clean and free of trash and debris.  If you are able to help please email us at
summersillsoccerclub@gmail.com.  Thank you so much!

Kenny Pfeiler
President, Summersill Soccer Club

(2016-11-15) SSC Eclipse ALL-LADIES U12 Select Team

Summersill Soccer Club's U12 All-Ladies Select team is looking to beef up their roster for the upcoming 2017 Spring Season. We are currently looking for young ladies born between 2005 and 2006 who possess prior soccer experience and looking for a higher level of competition than recreational league. Open tryouts are currently being scheduled but if you feel you have what it takes, contact Tracie, the team manager at traciesoccerclub09@gmail.com for more information.


(2016-09-18) US Youth Soccer announces relabeling of age groups and heading restriction recommendations

FRISCO, Texas (Sept. 16, 2016) — The 2016-17 youth soccer season will be a transitional year as leagues, clubs and teams begin to implement the U.S. Soccer mandates. US Youth Soccer would like to outline the relabeling of age group terminology and offer recommendations for implementing the heading restrictions.

US Youth Soccer is in the process of relabeling age groups — moving the word “under” to the opposite side of the numeral to reflect the new player registration by birth year. For example, the Under-10 age group becomes 10-and-Under to clarify that players in the age group can be 10 years old and younger. With this change, the shorthand for labeling age groups will change from U-10 to 10-U.

For those clubs or leagues adopting player registration by year of birth for the 2016-17 soccer year, here is a chart that shows the birth year for that season. Please note that when determining the age group for a season, the year the competition ends should be used. For example, a player born in 2007 would be in the 10-and-Under age group for the 2016-17 soccer year (2017 – 2007 = 10.)

Heading Restriction Implementation Recommendations

The 11-U play group, formerly referred to as U-11, is the group most affected by players age 10 and younger because players turn 11 years old over the range of a year. Therefore, deliberate heading is not allowed in 11-U games.

If a 10-year-old or younger player is playing in an age group older than 11-U (ex: 10-year-old playing with a 12-U team), then that 10-year-old or younger player may not head the ball regardless of the age group in which the he or she participates.

Special note: the overriding principle is that a player age 10 or younger may not head the ball no matter which age group the player plays. This requires education and support from the coach and parent to instruct the player accordingly.

US Youth Soccer suggests that any league that combines 11-U and 12-U for competition should strongly consider not allowing heading in any game in that combined group’s play.

(2016-09-05) NCYSA U12 and under NO HEADING Rules as of 9/01/2016:

NO HEADING is allowed in any small sided match (U12 and younger). In matches for U13 and older, the roster/team could include U12 and younger players. A U12 player on the U13 roster/team, may head the ball. For the player U11 or younger playing on a U13 team or older, if heading occurs by a player U11 and younger, the referee will not stop play and issue an indirect free kick. It would be very difficult for a referee to be able during the run of play to determine if a player that heads the ball is U11 or younger or U12 and older. As stated by the Federation, it will be the coach and parent’s responsibility to “police” a child U11 and younger on heading in a U13 and older match. 


Lightning and Thunder Protocol
After reviewing information from the National Lightning Safety Institute, NCYSA has adopted the following protocol for lightning safety which will go into effect immediately.  No more counting seconds to determine whether to halt play. The new protocol goes like this:

- If you see lightning, clear the field.

- If you hear thunder, clear the field.

-Play will be halted for a minimum of 30 minutes.

-If no lightning is spotted during the 30minutes and/or no thunder is heard during the 30 minutes, play will resume.

-If lightning is seen and/or thunder is heard during the 30 minute period, the clock starts over.

-No play will resume until a minimum of 30 minutes passes with no thunder and/or no lightning.

The North Carolina Soccer Referee Association is in full support of this new NCYSA protocol. ALL NCSRA referees are being notified of this new protocol and are being instructed to impose the new protocol effective immediately.  Thunder and lightning is extremely unpredictable. The threat is too dangerous and it just isn’t worth taking the chance.



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