7 Week Indoor Training on Saturday at Wilson Elementary School starting January 7th. Supplemental program for children born in 2011. Participation in Intramurals is required. Dates of the sessions will be as follows: 1/7, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, 3/4.
7 Week Indoor Training on Saturday at Wilson Elementary School starting January 9th. Supplemental program for children born in 2010. Participation in Intramurals is required. Dates of the sessions will be as follows: 1/7, 1/14, 1/21, 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, 3/4.
Intramural program for children in 4th grade (Born in 2007) through 8th grade (Born in 2008).
Intramural program for children in Kindergarten (Born in 2011) through 3rd grade (Born in 2008).
TOPSoccer is a program designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl with special needs.
Welcome to the Rockville Centre Soccer Club’s Online Registration System
IF THIS IS THE FIRST TIME YOU ARE REGISTERING, YOU MUST CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT. EMAIL ADDRESSES AND PASSWORDS FROM PAST SEASONS WILL NOT GIVE YOU ACCESS TO THE SYSTEM.
This system is for Pre-K, TOP Soccer, Intramurals, Intertown, Travel, Development Programs (First Steps, Second Steps, Next Steps),and Intramural Referees.
Please select the appropriate program carefully when registering.
Children registering for Kindergarten must be age eligible - 5 years old as of November 30th. Younger children may register for our Soccer Squirts program. When registering for Soccer Squirts, please choose Pre-K as your child's grade even if they are Pre-School.
There is a $500 family registration cap for the Intramural, Intertown and Travel programs. All registrations for these programs must be completed at the same time for the cap to automatically apply. If all registration are not completed at the same time and the family cap is exceeded then please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so a refund can be issued to your credit card.
First Steps, Second Steps, Next Steps, Soccer Squirts and the Winter Clinic registration fees do not apply toward the family cap.