Recreational Program Overview
  • ★ U6 Level Program, $45 (includes a t-shirt)

  • ★ $50 for non-traveling U8 (includes a jersey).

  • ★ $60 for non-traveling U10 (includes a jersey).

  • ★ No photo needed.  Ages 6-9 (U6-U10)

  • ★ $85 for Spring 2013 traveling U12 and above (includes jersey  / shorts / socks).

  • ★ Players NOT previously with SSC should provide a birth certificate COPY.

U6, U8, U10, and Traveling Recreational Team Information!

★ U6 & U 8 - no max in these age groups
★ U10 - max roster size typically 7-8  (6v6)
★ U12 - max roster 14  (8v8)
★ U14 and above - max roster 18  (11v11)

Once the roster is at capacity, registrations will be placed on a waiting list until an additional team is formed (or an addtional coach is secured) so don't delay!

Recreational Team Information

New to soccer? Consider reading our "Soccer For Parents" booklet! Also, we recommend information at US Youth Soccer's site for small-sided games (U12 and younger).

U6 - Beginning with the fall 2011 season, the U6 soccer program formerly under Stillwater Parks & Recreation will operate as a part of the Stillwater Soccer Club.

The U6 program, for players ages 4 – 5 years old prior to August 1, joins the U8 Academy, U10 non-traveling recreational, U12 through U19 traveling recreational, and U11 through U19 SSC APEX traveling competitive programs currently operated by SSC.

Registration for the U6 program is $45 and includes a t-shirt.  Players are coached and officiated by parent volunteers (training is available), and all sessions are academy style with players rotated through various coaches and training sessions. Games for the U6 program are 3v3 format and will focus on basic rules of the game; parent involvement through coaching; good sportsmanship; and include the technical goals of dribbling, shooting, passing, receiving, basic movement and positioning in a fun and safe learning environment.

The U6s practice schedule will be announced by the U6 Commissioner after registration and before the season begins.

U8 - The first meeting will be March 11th from 6:00 until 7:00 at Babcock Fields.  The U-8 fields are located closest to 19th street, the south end.   Please have your son/daughter wear cleats/ shin guards and bring some water.   At this time we will have the players scrimmage and then have the coaches meet to select teams. The practices for the season will be on Tuesday and the games will be on Thursday from 6:00 – 7:00. Our first practice will be March 25th and the first  game will be theThursday March 27th.  The season will end the week of May 13-15 with a tournament, hopefully if the weather cooperates.  If the weather allows, everyone should have a practice and game each week. Parents who are interested in coaching or for more information, please contact our Youth Commissioner. No previous experience is required. 

U10 & Traveling U12, U14 & U16 Recreational Soccer

U10-Boys: The first gathering will be Thursday, March 6th from 6:00 until 7:00 at Babcock Fields.  The U-10 fields are located on the North end, west of the creek.   Please have your son wear cleats/ shin guards and bring some water.  At this time we will have the players scrimmage and then have the coaches meet to select teams. The practices for the season will be determined by the coaches.  The games will be on Saturday, with the possibility of a few on Sunday.  The Spring Season is always jammed very tight.  The first game may be played Saturday March 29th.  The season ending tournament will be either May 10-11 or 17-18 depending on the weather. Parents who are interested in coaching or for more information, please contact our Youth Commissioner.

U10-Girls: We will look to hold our first practice the week after SPS Spring Break during the week of March 24th-28th at Babcock Park. The U-10 fields are located on the North end, west of the creek. Please have your daughter wear cleats/ shin guards and bring some water as well as a soccer ball to each practice. The games will be on Saturday, with the possibility of a few on Sunday.  The Spring Season is always jammed very tight.  The first game should be played Saturday March 29th and we anticipate having the season ending tournament either May 10-11 or 17-18 depending on the weather. The practices times for the season will be determined by the coaches.  Parents who are interested in coaching or for more information, please contact our Youth Commissioner.

The Organization: The Stillwater Soccer Club (SSC) is a volunteer run organization for the promotion and development of soccer within Stillwater and the surrounding communities.  The Club is a division of Frontier Country Soccer Association (FCSA), which is a one of the seven divisions of the Oklahoma Soccer Association (OSA).  These groups all adhere to the guidelines set forth by the United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) and the Federation Internationale de Futbol Association (FIFA).

Contacts: The SSC phone line is 533-KICK (5425).  Visit our website at www.stillwatersoccerclub.com for additional information.  We appreciate helpful comments and will try to answer all questions.

Photos and Birth Certificates:  At fall registration, or when new in the spring, a photo and a copy of the player's birth certificate are required at registration.  The photo will be used to create a photo ID player pass that each coach keeps for referee inspection at games.  The birth certificate will be kept on file with SSC's registrar as required by FCSA.

Attire: A jersey will be provided by SSC for use during the season.  The items provided by each player are basic shorts and soccer socks (color is set by individual teams), as well as shin guards and soccer cleats cleats.

Teams: Teams are formed to utilize the maximum number of players.  Both boys and girls teams are offered when the numbers allow.  Girls can play on boy's teams with coach and board approval.  Requests for team placement are accepted and serviced as best as possible.  Unfortunately, requests cannot be guaranteed.

Games: The fall season starts in early September; the spring season begins in March. Both seasons consist of 7-10 games scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays.  Coaches should begin contacting players in late August (fall season) or lat February (spring season) and games should begin about mid-September/mid-March.  All U10 games are played in Stillwater, and their schedules are set after the traveling team schedules are set.  It is important to note that with U12 and above as traveling teams, typically HALF the games will be played in Stillwater and HALF out of town within Frontier Country, generally taking about 1 to 1.5 hrs to reach.  It is the policy of SSC and FCSA that each player plays at least half the game.

Cancellation: Games are generally played regardless of weather (except lightening & thunder).  However it is sometimes necessary to cancel a game.  The team coach is the person to supply this information or call if there are questions.

Practice: Normally practices are held twice per week at a Stillwater location, and are 1 to 1.5 hrs in length and are scheduled by the team's coach.

Coaches: All SSC coaches are volunteers.  Many take advantage of training available through OSA.  Their clinics are offered at various times and locations throughout the year.  With this training, anyone who enjoys working with youth can be an effective coach.  Please contact SSC to find out more about coaching.

Referees: The only paid members of SSC are our referees.  Anyone willing to learn the game, attend training, AND pass the test (age 12 or older is recommended) can be a referee.  Training is offered in Stillwater in early August.  Please check our Referees page or contact a member of SSC to find out more about being a referee.

Volunteers: Please consider volunteering for individual teams or the club by notifying the team coach or SSC board members.

Recreational Soccer Documents

  1. Registration form
  2. Code of Conduct - Manager/Coach
  3. Code of Conduct - Player
  4. Code of Conduct - Parent/Supporter