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U5/U6 Program

Fall 2019 Season

Our U5/U6 program will play every Saturday-  beginning 9/7 and conclude on 11/16 on Field #4.   There will be NO program on Saturday 10/12 due to the Columbus Day holiday weekend. 

Our  U5 program (players born in 2015) play at 9:00am and U6 program (players born in 2014) play at 10:00am   


U5/U6 Program Information

Our program is designed for every child to get lots of  playing time and touches on the ball during the approximate 1 hour session.   We have licensed and experienced coaches who lead the training sessions who focus on skill development, good sportsmanship and fun.

  • Each age division practices as a group on Saturday mornings in the fall (September-November) and spring (April-June). The U5 age division at 9am and U6 age division at 10am at   Stringham Park – each player should bring a size 3 soccer ball and water to enjoy during breaks – a uniform shirt will be provided and each player should wear cleats and shin guards with long socks to cover the guards.
  • Sessions are 50 minutes long – broken down into 2 sections – roughly 25 minutes for practice and 25 minute to play games.
  • During the practice – a licensed coach with the help of parent volunteer coaches will lead the players through fun games and exercises to develop dribbling, passing, defending, and shooting skills. Each player should have their own size 3 soccer ball to insure lots of touches on the ball.
  • During the mini-matches – players will be organized into groups of 3 or 4 players per team and assigned a field and volunteer coach – no waiting on the sidelines – lots of playing time for each player.
  • Play is 3 v 3 or 4 v 4 – 1 defender, 1 or 2 midfielders, and 1 offensive player. Try to have the defender and the offensive player stay on their half of the field. Rotate the kids through each position in each of their 5 minute periods so at the end of the game they have played in each of the 3 positions for 5 minutes. Try to maintain the level of skills on each field in balance – shift kids between fields as necessary to maintain a healthy competitive level.
  • Coaches are permitted on the field with the primary mission to insure proper player positioning. There should be one coach per field per team. If you can step off the field and allow the kids to play later in the season that is great!
  • Goal kicks and throw ins – as directed by the coach.
  • Goalies – none for U5 or U6
  • General U5/U6 LaGrange Rules (in conjunction with FIFA rules)
  • Volunteer coaches are needed and necessary - please consider volunteering to coach - no soccer knowledge is necessary just a positive attitude and there is no cost to do so.

When you register your child in the spring/summer you are registering for both following fall and spring seasons.   Once registered you will receive information via email from the club about uniforms,and start times/dates for the upcoming season in mid August.

Your child will need to bring their own soccer ball, water, and wear shin guards and soccer cleats to Saturday morning session. 
Shin guards are mandatory for the Saturday morning sessions.  No exceptions for the safety of your child. Soccer socks need to completely cover your child’s shin guards during playing time. 

Click Here to Register

You can register your child to play using our online registration system. If the age bracket is full you will be asked to place your child on our wait list. If a spot becomes available we will email you to complete registration by making payment.

If you are a first time family in the LaGrange Soccer Club please send a copy of your child’s birth certificate to or mail to LaGrange Soccer Club Attention: Intramural Registrar, PO Box 101 Lagrangeville, NY 12540.

Interested in volunteering as a Coach?

Step 1 

Please register as a coach on our online registration system Sports Illustrated Play (same system you registered your child to play) which can be found at  While registering please upload a picture of yourself for your coaches badge.  If you have difficulty uploading the photo please feel free to email a copy of the photo. 

Step 2:

Risk Management through East Hudson which has 3 steps and can be done using this link - There is no cost to complete any of the steps - please make sure you do each step to completion - save copies of completion certificates just in case you need to reference in the future.  The 3 steps are - a concussion awareness training; 90-minute abuse prevention training; and a background check.   

Any questions please email

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