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Our Mission
 
Our mission is to help in the education of the youth soccer players in our club by providing each player with the opportunity to play in a supportive and rewarding environment that emphasizes fun, enjoyment, and skill learning at a level that matches their interest/ability.

Our Vision 

Our vision is the continual development of a Club that…
  • Increases the participation of our local youth and develops players for their middle and high school soccer programs.
  • Promotes good sportsmanship and helps to create individuals who are positive role models and contributors to the community.
  • Provides quality training through a continually developing coaching staff.

Spencerport Soccer Club Programs
(Affiliated with the New York State West Youth Soccer Association)
 
Travel (Competitive)
Travel is a yearlong program for those interested in higher levels of competition & commitment.
 
Tryouts are typically held in the last week of July/1st week of August. Teams, under the age of 12, start training in September. All teams train indoors November - April before going outside in May.
 

Skills Academies
     The Skill Academies are focused on individual ball mastery and designed for every level of user.
 
Fall Skill Academy
Saturdays AM: Sept – Oct @ Spencerport Varsity Stadium
U12,U10,U8,U6,U4
 
Winter Skill Academy
Wednesdays 6PM – 8PM Nov – May @ TSE
U16,U15,U14,U13,U12,U10,U8,U6,U4

House (Recreational)
 
A summertime outdoor program for those interested in developing their skills and just having fun playing the game. Registration for all House programs open up in November for play the following season.

Tykes U4 - U8 (Recreational)

     The structure of the Tykes program is based on the USYS Small Sided Games initiative which promotes a lot of touches on the ball and places an emphasis on fun for U4 - U8 players. No win/loss records or standings are kept as the goal is to foster a passion for the game of soccer.

House U10 - U19 (Recreational)
   
As the kids get bigger, so do the fields and roster size. This decreases the number of SSC House teams and the opportunity to play in-house. Teams will participate in the Monroe United Recreational Soccer League. Which is comprised of other villages/towns in the same scenario.