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P.O. Box 1406
Elkton, MD 21921
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Upcoming Events

  • September 20, 20143rd Game of Fall Season
  • September 27, 20144th Game of Fall Season
  • October 4, 20145th Game of Fall Season
  • October 11, 2014Harvest Cup Tournament - 1 Day Recreational Tourney for CSL teams
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Challenger Training Sessions

 

INDOOR TRAINING SESSIONS WITH CHALLENGER SPORTSChallenger-Logo

The league has set up some training seasons with professional trainers from Challenger Sports. These are the folks that do our Soccer Camp in the summer and held training sessions for us last Spring. The sessions will be held at All Seasons Sports Academy located at 801 Elkton Boulevard, Suite 3, Elkton, MD 21921from 5:30 to 7:00 and 7:00 to 8:30 and will start Oct 8th. There will be two trainers per session so we can have 2 teams at each session. There is no cost to the teams and we ask that teams sign up for one session. Coaches that have not had a turn with the trainers already at Chesland can sign up on the “Primary” slot for the session interested in. Coaches that have already been through a training session this Fall can sign up on the “Alternate” slot and if no one takes the Primary slot the session will be yours.  Go to Sign Up Page to pick your session.

Mission Statement

The objective of youth soccer should be for the players to have fun. Coaches and parents should teach good sportsmanship, self-reliance, and teamwork. The emphasis should not be on winning, but on team participation and self-improvement in skills, coordination, and strategy.

The goal of every youth soccer coach should be to provide every player with opportunities to reach his maximum potential in the game of soccer. Coaches must balance fun and discipline according to the ages and ability levels of their players. Coaches should evaluate players’ strengths and weaknesses in such areas as size, speed, physical strength, endurance, coordination, ball control, and tactical abilities-the ability to read and understand the game of soccer.

The league places the game of soccer ahead of any desire to win, regardless of level of play. If any administrator or coach, no mater how capable, fails to control his, or has players who consistently contravene the laws of soccer, the League will act to remedy the situation. Disciplinary action may include the suspension or expulsion of either the coach, the player, or the team. Such discipline should only come when absolutely necessary and only after the other avenues for remedial action have been exhausted.

Resources

  • British Soccer
  • Delaware Soccer Referees (DSRA)
  • DELCO Soccer League
  • eTeamz Home Page
  • Fine Soccer Home Page
  • Got Soccer!
  • Maryland Soccer Clubs
  • MASL
  • MSYSA
  • Philadelphia Area Girls Soccer
  • Soccer Field Measurements
  • Soccer Skills
  • Soccer Times, USYSA
  • Training Videos (Age Specific)
  • USYSA