Spring 2018 EBSC Recreational League Schedules-TBD
Keep your coach informed if your child is going to miss a practice or game. Planning a practice is based on a full team in attendance, so let them know if you can’t make it. Playing games is the highlight of most kid’s soccer experience, so show your support to the team and make games a priority! An important lesson in team sports is the commitment each individual makes to the total team and respect for your teammates and coaches.
E-mail is often the most efficient and time saving way for your coach to get information out to the team or be contacted. And there’s no better way to stay informed than to check the ebsoccer.com website often. Both the general website and the individual team websites offer the most up-to-date info on soccer happenings.
Showing up to games and practices on time tells the coaches, referees, and other players that you value their time. It also helps things start on time and keep schedules on track. Be ready to play by bringing the proper equipment and a great attitude!
Watching your child’s games are even more fun when you can also root for their teammates and friends they’ve made on the team. Getting to know your fellow parents can help with both car pooling to practices and games. Lifelong friends have been made just by being on the soccer field together.
The point of recreational soccer is to have fun – making friends, getting exercise, learning skills, and learning good sportsmanship. You can help foster this by showing your child that you value the East Brunswick Soccer Club.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Recreational League offers an introduction to the sport at a very young age through our Superstars Program, with an emphasis on teaching the sport through activities geared to the psychological...
Head Coaches: Links to all team pages, once the season starts and teams get up and running, will be found under the respective Girls Rec or Boys Rec links to the left. Coaches can contact their respective VP for instructions on how to set up their team’s page.
Parents: These pages are maintained by your coaches in their spare time, as volunteers, and are not mandatory. Not every coach will have the time to maintain such a page, so please do not feel as if you are being left out if your team does not get its own webpage. A parent volunteer can be appointed by the head coach to maintain their team’s page.