All micro games and team pictures for today, 4/14/2019 have been canceled.
Registration Opens January 1, 2019.
Registration Closes February 14, 2019
- There are NO REFUNDS once you register.
- Your registration is not complete until you pay the registration fee. If you choose to not pay at the time of registration, your child will be placed on a wait list but will NOT be guaranteed a spot on a team. If your registration fees have not been paid when the registration system closes, your child will be removed from the registration system.
- Personal requests for player placement and or practice nights and times will be accepted but there are no guarantees they will be met.
INTERESTED IN COACHING?:
If you are interested in coaching and have any questions, please send an email to Tony Reis: Tony@LibertyHomeCharlotte.com You can also visit the Coach's Corner Page.
Spring 2019 Micro Soccer Weekends:
3/23/2019 team practice
3/24/2019 First Games of the Season
3/30/2019 team practice
4/14/2019* Picture Day
5/4/2019 team practice
This season all micro soccer games and practices are on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Coaches will be sending out the times of games.
Micro will be divided into TWO age groups. This allows the players to develop at an age appropriate level. This builds more confidence and allows for more touches on the ball.
Division B (beginner):
Our youngest group plays 3v3 or 4v4 with no goalies. This allows for maximum touches on the ball. This is an individual developmental stage.
Division A (advanced):
Our older group plays 5v5 with a goalie. While working on individual development, this also helps prepare them for future soccer seasons with a smaller version of the game.
Equipment needed for micro soccer players:
- Size 3 soccer ball
- Shin Guards
- Soccer socks
- Soccer shorts
- Soccer cleats
For more information you can e-mail :
Coaches are always needed and experience in soccer isn't necessary at this age level. It really is a lot of fun and if you'd like to coach or help coach your child's team please make that notation on your registration.