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Fall 2022 registration

Posted by Pawling Soccer Club at Jul 30, 2021 12:52PM PDT

We are pleased to open registration for Pawling Rec soccer fall league for ages pre-K to 6th grade.

We look forward to seeiing you on the pitch. Lakeside Park great lawn is expected to be under contruction this fall and we are pursuing other local spaces. While it may look different this year, Covid has reminded us to be flexible and adapt! Besides, the fields were sorely in need of care and are being upgraded for years to come.. Stay tuned for details.

-Pawling Soccer Club

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Pawling Soccer Club

Posted by Pawling Soccer Club at May 31, 2019 3:42AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

The Pawling Soccer Club (PSC) is an EHYSL, ENYYS, and USYSA affiliated club, playing recreational youth soccer in Pawling, NY. Pawling S.C. was formed in 1979, and has grown due to the dedication and support of its volunteers.

Today, Pawling S.C. has an in-house recreational league and supports our travel teams within the EHYSL League. Youth ages four into their teens are welcome to play in our Fall Recreation League where sportsmanship, learning, and fun are emphasized. For those wishing to play more, the Travel Team opportunities are fall, winter (indoors), and spring.

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Silent Sidelines Saturday

Posted by Pawling Soccer Club at Sep 17, 2014 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Dear Pawling Soccer Club Members, Fans, & Families,

We are again participating in a national movement one weekend this Fall -  “Silent Sidelines Saturday”.  This is the name given to the day on which the coaches of youth sports are asked not to coach and parents are asked not to cheer or to guide their children in any way. There is no shouting at players, no yelling at coaches, no protesting to officials due to any perceived bad call.  The children are free to have fun with no additional pressure to perform in a strategic way or directive from the sidelines.
"Silent Saturday" is ONE DAY out of the schedule in which parents, coaches and spectators are asked not to talk to the players, coaches, or referees during the game. 
This may sound like a radical idea, but the program has met with huge success all over the country.
The concept of a “Silent Sideline” is that it allows players to develop and improve on their communication and leadership skills on the field of play that is sometimes difficult due to the noise level generated from the sidelines. 
We need to remember that kids go out on the playground every day and play soccer, lacrosse, baseball, basketball, etc. without help or cheers from the sidelines.
Please see below our objectives & special rules during our "Silent Sidelines" Saturday.
The Objectives of Silent Saturday:
1. To give players a chance to trust their skills and instincts without sideline input, and without concern that their mistakes will be corrected from the sidelines in a game environment.
2. To foster leadership skills among the individual players as they have the unique opportunity of giving their coach's instruction on the field.
3. To foster a sense of true teamwork as the players must learn to rely upon one another and communicate with each other accordingly.
4. To remind coaches, parents, and players that PRACTICE is the time for instruction. Games are the showcases for learning.
5. To remind everyone that youth soccer is primarily for the purpose of kids playing, learning and having fun.
6. To support our youth referees & volunteer coaches.
A) Silent Saturday Does Not apply to the U6 division.
B) Coaches are permitted to call out for substitutions, and coaches may speak quietly to their players on the sidelines, giving them instructions to carry out onto the field, such as "Joey, I want you to switch positions with Tommy, and make sure Billy gets a chance to do a throw in, ok?"
C) Parents are encouraged to clap after great saves & goals, and can make posters, signs, or banners showing their child's name/team and/or jersey number. 
D) Parents are also encouraged to bring pom poms, or Vuvuzela horns, or cow bells, or drums, or other noise makers (No Whistles, please) to let the children hear their continued support.
We request that all coaches, parents, guardians, and adults attending follow our intent to have the kids play in a "free play" situation that use to occur on the playgrounds.
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Posted by Joe Ketchum at Sep 23, 2012 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
Find the latest news, results, and photos at Pawling Soccer Club on Facebook
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Posted by Joe Ketchum at Feb 20, 2011 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )

Each player is REQUIRED to wear shin guards to each practice and game underneath the sock layer.  Cleats are highly recommended over sneakers.  All players should have an appropriate size ball for use during practices.  (U6 - Size 3, U8 to U12- Size 4, U13 and above - Size 5).  A uniform will be provided to each player prior to their first game.