Recreation RegistrationRegistration Form - PDF
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Data template - Excel
If you want to learn more about these programs, contact your
Area Recreation Commissioner or the State Recreation Commissioner
To schedule an event, please contact the NJYS Office.
A CORNERSTONE activity is one that can serve as the foundation for your entire practice and with
a few modifications you can build an entire practice session around this activity.
Here are activities you can use with children 7 and older at any level
to teach dribbling, dribbling to set up a pass, short inside/outside push passes,
receiving-ball control, cooperating with a teammate etc.
NJ Youth Soccer is proud to
introduce “Footworks,” a comprehensive educational process that addresses best
practices to develop basic movement skills and ball control. The goal is
to develop young soccer players who are not only more competent, but more
confident and as a result and more motivated to play. Footworks combines
a teaching methodology, curriculum, and consulting services. NJ Youth
Soccer Coaching School Instructors will come out to your location to observe,
provide advice, recommendations, strategies for effective implementation of
developmentally appropriate training and playing formats.
More Information about program - Here Application to Host - Form
Recreation Club of the Year
The 2016 Recreation Club of the Year is awarded to a recreation program that has performed above and beyond developing soccer as the grassroots level. The award winner is recognized at and invited to the NJYS Annual Dinner on January 20, 2017 in Edison, NJ.
Nomination forms are due by December 14th, 2016.
Recreation Newsletter April - read here
2015 Recreation coach of the year Winner
Jacquelynn Hart, Barrington Soccer Club - photo
New Jersey Youth Soccer is sponsoring a series of town meetings between NJYS officials and representatives from our member clubs. The meeting provides general descriptions of NJYS programs offered to affiliated clubs.
Please contact your state area recreation commissioner or NJYS for more information.