South Country Youth Soccer League

For more than 30 years, South Country Youth Soccer League (SCYSL) has been providing over 500 local children per year the opportunity to play America's most popular youth sport.

The SCYSL Intramural program provides young players with fun, skill building activities and games in age-appropriate divisions. Players are led by parent volunteer coaches partnered with trained professional youth coaches throughout the year. These coaches provide players with soccer fundamentals, sportsmanship & teamwork while also introducing your child to new friends and experiences.

Micro Division

Soccer League Micro The Micro division is for children entering Pre-K (approximately 4 years old).

Micro players have a six-week training season in the Fall and a separate six-week training season in the Spring where re-registration is required.

All practices are held on Sunday mornings at a pre-determined time the remains the same throughout the season.

Players do not require any uniform or equipment, however are encouraged to wear shin guards that are pulled over their socks. Bringing lots of water is also strongly encouraged.

To register for the next available Micro Program, please click here.

PeeWee Division

Soccer League PeeWee The Pee Wee division is for children in Kindergarten (approximately 5 and 6 years old.)

Pee Wee players have an eight-week training season the in the Fall AND an eight-week training season in the Spring so parents only need to register once.

All practices are held on Sunday mornings at a pre-determined time that remains the same throughout the season.

At each practice through the Fall, players will practice for approximately 45 minutes per session and will then scrimmage for the remaining 15 minutes. The scrimmage will be managed by a professional trainer.

At each practice through the Spring, players will practice for approximately 30 minutes per session and will then scrimmage for the remaining 30 minutes. The scrimmage will be managed by a professional trainer.

Uniform and Shin Guards pulled over the socks are required at every practice, and cleats are strongly encouraged. Bringing lots of water is also strongly encouraged.

To register for the next available Pee Wee Program, please click here.

Division One

Soccer League Division 1 Division One is for players that are approximately 7 and 8 years old

Division One players have approximately an eight-game schedule in the Spring AND an eight-game schedule in the Fall so parents only need to register once.

Each player is provided at least one hour of professional training per week throughout the season, with the option for a second hour available.

Games consist of four 12-minute quarters and are held every Sunday morning at either 9.00am, 10.00am, or 11.00am.

All games are against other club players and are played in an environment that places fun as its number one priority. There are no scores or standings.

Uniform, cleats, and shin guards pulled over the socks are required at all practices and games. Bringing lots of water is also strongly encouraged.

To register for the next available Division 1 Program, please click here.

U8 Academy

The U8 Academy is for 7-year-old players that are either committed to accelerating their soccer development, or have shown that they are in need of a more competitive environment.

Academy players have approximately an eight-game schedule in the Spring AND an eight-game schedule in the Fall so parents only need to register once.

Academy players are ALSO part of a Division One Intramural Team.

The Academy team practices once per week with a professional trainer, who will also take charge of all games.

Games are played on Saturday mornings in a program that consists of other local, like minded clubs that put development ahead of a wins and losses record.

Although this is the first opportunity that a player has to represent his/her community, there are no scored or standings.

Uniform, cleats, and shin guards pulled over the socks are required at all practices and games. Bringing lots of water is also strongly encouraged.

To Register for the next available U8 Academy Team, please click here.

Division Two

Soccer League Division 2 Division Two is for players that are approximately 9 and 10 years old

Division Two players have approximately an eight-game schedule in the Spring AND an eight-game schedule in the Fall so parents only need to register once.

Each player is provided at least one hour of professional training per week throughout the season, with the option for a second hour available.

Games consist of two 25 minute halves and are held every Sunday morning at either 9.00am, 10.00am, or 11.00am.

All games are against other club players and are played in an environment that places fun as its number one priority. There are no scores or standings.

Uniform, cleats, and shin guards pulled over the socks are required at all practices and games. Bringing lots of water is also strongly encouraged.

To Register for the next available Division Two Season, please click here.

U9 Academy

The U9 Academy is for 8-year-old players that are either committed to accelerating their soccer development, or have shown that they are in need of a more competitive environment.

Academy players have approximately an eight-game schedule in the Spring AND an eight-game schedule in the Fall so parents only need to register once.

Academy players are ALSO part of a Division Two Intramural Team.

The Academy team practices once per week with a professional trainer, who will also take charge of all games.

Games are played on Saturday mornings as part of the Long Island Junior Soccer League (LIJSL) Player Development Initiative (PDI).

Although this is the first opportunity that a player has to represent his/her community, there are no scored or standings.

Uniform, cleats, and shin guards pulled over the socks are required at all practices and games. Bringing lots of water is also strongly encouraged.

To Register for the next available U9 Academy Team, please click here.

End of Year Festival

Festival Our annual festival will be at Bellport Middle School.

In addition to playing our last games that day, we will once again use this day to celebrate a year of fun.

A BBQ will be set up once again.

There will be a DJ playing music.

There also will be inflatable rides.

The trophy presentations for every team & child continue throughout the day. And we will draw our annual raffle prizes.

We are in desperate need of volunteers to become part of our festival committee as well as helpers on the field that day. With your help, this can once again be a huge success.

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Do you have a child entering Pre-K or Kindergarten? Sign them up for our youth soccer leagues where they can make friends, improve their social/motor skills and get exercise with their peers. We offer Micro and Peewee divisions with games being played in the spring and fall.
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