The Spring Soccer Program is a seven-week camp for children ages 4 to 10 years old with various skill levels. The program will utilize [Coerver’s FIRST SKILLS PROGRAM] to teach critical soccer skills and build a foundation that all young players need to be successful before they advance to organized, competitive team play. Instructors of this program will consist of Coerver* Personnel with the assistance of Rotterdam United Soccer Club Members (RUSC).
Saturday mornings - Saturday May 1 till June 19, 2021 (Weather Permitting, No Session Memorial Day Weekend-May 29th)
Ages 4-5 9:30 – 10:30 (Ages and times are subjext to change due to COVID and enrollment)
Ages 6-10 10:30 – 11:30 (Ages and times are subject to change due to COVID and enrollment)
Rotterdam United Soccer Club Fields at 100 Princetown Road – Rotterdam, NY (Across from the Police Station)
[Click here to register] (Open from March 24th - April 25th)
The cost is $80.00 and includes a shirt. (Price subject to change without notice.) If payments are not received on or before May 1st, then
a $10.00 late fee will be added. This fee refers to orders over 7 days old or older. All orders are date stamped.
All pre-registered players will be sent a confirmation email. Prior to the first day your shirt, and any items ordered can be picked up on Thursday, April 29th or Friday April 30th from 6:30-8:00pm. If you are unable to pick up at those times, you will be able to get your items
on the first day, May 1st. Please arrive 30 minutes before your start time to ensure enough time to get ordered items before the sessions start. Please note that due to COVID shipping on some/ all items may be delayed.
What to Bring
Children should bring a ball, water, cleats or sneakers, and shin guards. You may purchase shin guards ($10.00 a pair) or a soccer ball ($15.00) online when you register. Shin guards and soccer balls will also be available for sale the first day of Spring Soccer, quantities are limited.
Contact CJ Goodwin at RUSCSSoccer@gmail.com with any questions regarding the Spring Soccer Program or for consideration of late admissions. Visit for more information.
COVID protocols may be modified as required by the CDC or due to rising/ falling cases within the community. Currently the standard would be that all participants and spectators will be required to wear a masks while on the property unless eating or drinking. Players will need to waer a mask while participating. Spectators should maintain social distancing and be from the players household.
RUSC is an organization dedicated to helping children and young adults grow as individuals through positive experience with the game of soccer. RUSC is not affiliated with any local government or public school district.
All players from the surrounding area are welcome. You do not have to live in Rotterdam to participate in this program.