By Sharon Aron Baron
As a leader in sports for 40 years, Coral Springs Youth Soccer is looking forward to players taking to the fields at Mullins and North Springs Parks once again.
The CSYS Board of Directors are working hard behind the scenes to put policies together to create the safest possible environment, and as a recreational league, everything is being done for the safety of the kids, parents, referees, and directors.
Once all the safety precautions have been implemented and registrations have concluded, practices are scheduled to start in mid-to-late November, followed by regular-season games, then concluding with the Soccer Bowl in early March for the older divisions.
Once all the safety precautions have been implemented, and registrations have concluded, practices are scheduled to start in mid-to-late-November, followed by regular-season games, then concluding with the Soccer Bowl in early March for the older divisions.
This all depends on how many players register. Last season, Steve Cimaglia, President of CSYS. said the league had about 2,200 participants, and he is hopeful to have about 60-80 percent of that this coming season.
“Our organization has always been about being able to give kids in Coral Springs a recreational program of soccer where they can have fun while still having room in their schedule to play other sports and offer them equal playtime rules,” adds Cimaglia, whose three daughters will have all gone through the program. “We make sure each player is out there for at least three of the four quarters and enjoys the safe, fun environment.”
While CSYS, along with many other recreational youth programs all over, is functional due to a committed group of volunteer coaches and Board Members, the ‘virus’ has created some worry in parents registering their children to participate.
When the time comes for play to commence for CSYS, they will be utilizing all necessary precautions to make sure safety remains a priority. That aside, CSYS is hoping that despite following the rules of social distancing and wearing masks, the kids can still have some fun.
Boys divisions: U6, U8, U10, U12, U14, U16, 19U.
Girls division: U6, U8, U10, U12, U14, U15, 19U.
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