Snoopy Soccer Winter registration is now open!
Saturdays - Session 1:
Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, Feb 4
Saturdays - Session 2:
Feb. 25, Mar 4, 11, 18, 25
10:00 am - 10:45 am (3 year olds)
10:45 am - 11:30 am (4-5 year olds)
Cost $85 per session
Please follow the link below to register for Session 1:
Please follow the link below to register for Session 2:
Snoopy Soccer is a high-energy, developmental program that introduces children to soccer. Though creative and fun games and activities, weekly sessions focus on the FUNdamentals of soccer like dribbling, passing, and shooting. Respect, teamwork and sportsmanship are also highlighted throughout the course of the program. The Snoopy Soccer Program offers kids a wonderful opportunity to experience the joy of soccer, develop motor skills and enhance growth and development by learning basic skills for success in the future. Participants will build on the skills they learned in the Fall session.
Goshen Soccer Club staff of licensed coaches and trainers run the program, along with junior trainers - current and former Goshen High School soccer players.
The health, safety and well-being of the youth players, members, coaches and staff within the Goshen Soccer Club is our utmost priority. The return-to-play policy set forth by ENYYSA is the culmination of New York State’s mandate and US Soccer’s guidelines. These have been carefully formulated to prevent the vast spread of COVID-19 and to prevent injury to players upon return to play. The conditions during this pandemic have continually evolved and changed weekly, sometimes daily. We know additional information and new guidelines are forthcoming.
They will change at any time, so we must be flexible. These guidelines will be updated as necessary. The Goshen Soccer Club remains committed to a safe return to soccer. As we return to soccer, we ask that all of our members remain compliant with the return to play guidelines for the health, well-being and future of soccer in our club. We recognize that many families and individuals will have reservations about re-opening and reintegrating. We must be respectful, sensitive and flexible. If a parent, child or coach is not comfortable returning to play, they shouldn’t.
ENYYSA is recommending the following criteria to educate its members on CDC guidelines, New York State Department of Health, and US Youth Soccer Guidelines to maintain a healthy environment once players, coaches, volunteers, and spectators return to the field:
RETURN TO SOCCER ACTIVITY GUIDELINES
❖ Maintain a complete list of coaches, youth athletes, and league officials present at each event to include the date, beginning and ending time of the event, name, address and phone contact to be made available upon the request from the local health department.
❖ Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces on the field surface at least daily, or between uses as much as possible. Use of shared objects and equipment should be limited or cleaned between uses by each individual if possible.
❖ Have an effective communication plan in place, identify strategies for working with public health to notify adult leaders, youth and their families if the organization learns a player or coach has contracted COVID-19 and may have been infectious to others while at a youth activity, while maintaining confidentiality.
❖ Be sensitive and accommodating to parents that may be uncomfortable with returning to play too quickly.
❖ Train and educate all staff to protocols and requirements, including state and local regulations, CDC recommendations and other necessary information.
❖ Be prepared to shut down and stop operations. Develop plans for temporary closure of indoor facilities and cancel outdoor activities or camps to properly disinfect and ensure other adult leaders or youth are not infected.
❖ Provide adequate field space for social distancing.
❖ Provide hand sanitizing stations and waste receptacles at fields.
❖ Develop a relationship and a dialog with local health officials. (identify Risk Tolerance)
❖ Create and distribute protocols to its members.
❖ Contact any additional insurers if your club holds any policies outside of what is included in your Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association’s membership to ensure all coverages.
❖ Post signs in highly visible locations (i.e.., at entrances and exits, and in restrooms) that promote everyday protective measures and describe how to stop the spread of germs such as by properly washing hands and properly wearing a cloth face covering
With food pantries now serving more families than ever before, the members of the Goshen Soccer Club again decided to act and graciously donated non-perishable food items to deliver to the Goshen Ecumenical Food Pantry.
This holiday season is a great time to reflect on the blessings we are thankful for, but it can also be a difficult time for those in need. The demand for food assistance is rising. With food pantries now serving more families than ever before, the members of the Goshen Soccer Club decided to act and graciously donated non-perishable food items to deliver to the Goshen Ecumenical Food Pantry. Through their amazing generosity, the Goshen Soccer Club was able to donate multiple bags and bins full of groceries.
Soccer teaches us many life lessons, such as hard work, humility, respect, teamwork, and responsibility to name a few. The Goshen Soccer Club strives to develop our players so they can apply these life lessons, succeed on and off the field and be members of our community that we can all be proud of.
It is wonderful to see our young players and their families having a positive impact on our community. We will continue working hard to make additional donations to the food pantry and helping those in need.
We are excited to announce schedules for Fall Recreation, Snoopy Soccer and Travel are posted!
Games are starting the weekend of September 10th, 2022.
Tonight's Travel Soccer Tryouts postponed to Friday (5/13) at 6-7:30
Thank you for your interest in The Goshen Soccer Club Travel Program. We invite you to be evaluated for a roster position for the upcoming 2022-2023 year. Tryouts will be Thursday, May 5 and Friday, May 6. All players (returning and new) must register for tryouts. For the best opportunity to be evaluated, please make every effort to attend both sessions.
Boys & Girls (2009 – 2014)
Time: 6 – 7:30 pm
Thursday 5/5 and Friday, 5/6
Craigville Park, 118 Craigville Road, Goshen, NY
BRING: Ball, cleats, shin guards and water
• All new and returning players must pre-register for tryouts through the
The Goshen Soccer Club, a non-profit organization based in Goshen, New York, is dedicated to the development of its youth through the game of soccer. Our goal is to provide youth soccer players of all ages and abilities with a positive, safe and rewarding soccer experience. We emphasize player development, good sportsmanship and developing a love of the game. GSC programs and activities focus on helping young players build strong physical, intellectual and emotional skills, develop positive self-esteem, and build character by learning hard work, respect, honesty, sportsmanship and teamwork.