More Relaxed Time Commitment
Recreational teams get 1 game and 1 practice a week during the seasons. Also, there is no yearlong commitment to play. A number of recreational teams only play the fall season and then switch to a different sport to play in the spring, while competitive teams must play at least 3 seasons and participate in tournaments.

​BENEFITS 

Balanced Bracketing
SF Youth Soccer believes all kids should learn how to lose as well as win. Ideally, teams will play against teams that roughly equal to their own, resulting in a good mix of wins and losses. Losses? Yes, losses give players, and teams, a chance to learn valuable lessons: it stimulates players to work harder in practice to get better; they learn to fight back, during a game, playing from behind; they learn it’s not the end of the world to lose.

​​​The SF Youth Soccer Recreational program is underscored by our belief that children learn and enjoy soccer the most when playing against teams of similar ability. We make every effort to group teams into brackets of like skill level and at the younger ages even we-bracket midseason as necessary.

REC PLAYERS  LOOKING FOR TEAMS


Primary responsibility for finding a team rests with the player and his or her family. It is your job to call or email coaches to find a team that is compatible. We have an amazing soccer community here in SF, with teams of all types and levels.


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​​​​REC TEAMS  LOOKING FOR PLAYERS


Seasonally, recreational teams who would like to add to their squad can post a team profile. Players looking for recreational teams will be able to view these profiles until they are deleted in advance of the next season, or a team that has closed it's roster contacts us for removal from the list.


More Information and links here:
Rec Team Formation

REC PROGRAM  |  GENERAL INFORMATION

RECREATIONAL PLAYER LINKS