First and foremost, congratulations to our travel teams that won their division in the Northern Counties Soccer Association (NCSA):
Also, congratulations to the U10 Boys with coaches Goodman, Stewart, and Murphy. While they did not finish top of their division, they had an undefeated record with 4 wins, 0 losses, and 3 ties in official matches.
Check out the slideshow below for team photos!
Additionally, we are relaunching our social media and website. We'll be adding new content and external resources for parents and players. Check out the links to the right to follow us, and check back to our website's "Resources" page to find new content.
At the end of our Fall Recreational season, a survey was sent out to all parents asking their feedback in a number of areas. The initial results are posted below, and the survey will be open until the end of the year if you did not already provide your feedback. You can take the survey here.
At the end of the 2020 Fall Rec season, a survey was sent to parents asking for them to rate and provide feedback in a number of areas. Over 100 families have responded to the survey so far, and the initial results are provided to the right (the survey will be open until end of the year - so please share your feedback here).
Before getting into specifics, the most consistent feedback we heard all season and sentiment we share with our community is being thankful that we were able to have a season with limited interruption.
That said, we heard and recognize there are areas we can still improve. Field conditions - specifically at Berkeley Field - is the greatest area we need to improve and we're working on that during the offseason.
Final results will be posted in the offseason.
Return to play applies to Fall Recreation Soccer AND Fall Travel Soccer
Check here frequently as the protocols are subject to change as we are provided with more information and enhance our safety measures to protect the players.
Below are the protocols which the Dragons Soccer Club will be enforcing for the Fall Soccer Season. These protocols apply to Travel and Recreation soccer programs, as well as Players, Coaches and Parents. Please review and help us remain safe and healthy.
All Players are required to have a Health Survey (Link Below) completed before each practice and each game. Failing to provide this information will prevent the player from being permitted to participate in the event.
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