Current Field Conditions

Reckord Road - Open   Fallston Rec. - Open  Annie's Playground - Open

2022 Fallston Soccer Season

Local families, click HERE to register and/or log in to your SportsSignup account.

 

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Winter Clinics

 7 week session with 1 makeup - Saturdays or  Sundays - More Details will come as we get closer for those that registered. 

Ages 3 - 4 Soccer Stars  (12:00-12:45 / fee $100)  

Ages 5-6 Player Development Program  (1-2pm / fee $120) 

Ages 7/8/9 Player Development Program (2-3pm / fee $120)


Sessions are designed by the Director of Coaching for Fallston Soccer Frank Dileonardi and Tati Korba Head Women's Soccer Coach for Stevenson University. Instructors are college level players and coaches!  

 

Location: Harford Day School / Due to limited space only 16 players per session. 

We do ask you not to request a refund after you register so please register with caution. We have sessions on Saturdays and Sundays to help with basketball and indoor soccer sessions. We also ask you to register for the appropriate age group session due to limited space.

 

Registration can be found @ https://www.level5athletics.com/winter-clinics/


Soccer Stars Program Explained

Our kids’ soccer stars program introduces kids to the game of soccer in an enthusiastic way. Our experience uses age-appropriate games and exercises from around the globe to deliver sessions that are healthy, informative and fun.. Our team atmosphere helps develop both social and life skills, even for our youngest soccer players. Our unique method of soccer instruction helps children become familiar with athletics, to properly play the world’s most popular game early on. Our innovative, skills-based curriculum helps teach character building and development while keeping the children on their feet.

Player Development Program Explained

Ball Mastery In these sessions players will learn to have more comfort and a better touch on the ball. Players will work on first touch, dribbling, juggling and individual ball work. They will work with the ball individually, and in group settings to ensure they are playing with and without pressure. At the end of the session, players will play in an intersquad scrimmage to test their skills.

Attacking and Finishing  - These sessions are focused on attacking play and finishing. Players will focus on attacking 1v1 moves, go to goal mentality as well as the proper shooting and finishing technique. Much of the proper form comes from repetition and coaches will be correcting shooting form throughout the session. At the end of the session, players will be put in a game-like activity to enhance their attacking and finishing play.

Possession and Defending - During these sessions players will focus on the details of playing possession (passing technique, passing angles, movement off the ball) as well as some of the beginner skills of proper defending (pressure on the ball and defensive shape). There will be both tactical and technical components to this session to help players get a better feel for the individual and big picture aspects of play. The last bit of the session will allow for game play to allow players to test the things they have learned.


 

  

This Winter Clinic is not a Fallston Rec Council / Fallston Soccer sponsored event. 

Winter Clinics are sponsored by Level 5 Athletics

 

 

 

 

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Our Program Participants are invited Fallston Rec Night at the Baltimore Blast:

 

2022 Balt Blast In House night

 

 

 

 

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Looking for info on how to become a Fallston Soccer Referee? 

Click on Registration Info on the menu bar.

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2022 Registration IS OPEN!

Wait lists have formed and registration typically closes August 1st.

 In-House (non-travel) teams form the first week of August.  Wait lists typically begin to form in July.  In-House families can expect to be contacted by your coach in early August.

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Added info 4-20-2022

Recreational U18 co-ed league

This year, through a collaboration with the surrounding Rec Councils, we are pleased to announce co-ed pick-up NRSL soccer for our U18 players interested in recreational soccer.  The goal is to allow older players the opportunity to continue with the sport they love. The U18 format will be determined by the number of players registered with possible 6v6 or 9v9 pick-up style games. Typically held on Wednesday evenings, the day of the week may change due to field availablity.

This program is restricted to participants born on or after 08/01/2004 and on or before 07/31/2006. 

Registration for this opportunity will remain open until mid-late August after High School try-outs

Bel Air Rec will host this opportunity.  The cost is $35 and registration is here:

 https://www.leagueathletics.com/Registration/Restrictions.asp?RegID=222187&n=&org=Belairfc.org

 

For players currently interested in playing with Coach Frank DiLeonardi who coaches our 2005/2006 boys team or Coach Carey Lambros who coaches our 2005/2006 girls team, you will still register in the Fallston Rec Council 2022 Soccer link above for $100.

 


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Please do not hesitate to reach out to a board member if you have questions.

 

We can't wait to see you on the fields soon!

 

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Fallston Soccer - Youth Sports Resources

On Tuesday, September 25 2018, we hosted John O'Sullivan from Changing the Game Project for a discussion on youth sports, at Fallston High School.  If you missed the event, click HERE to watch a video of the event.

This article, "What Makes a Nightmare Sports Parent -- And What Makes a Great One" is a great read anytime.

This video about youth sports is one of our favorites.  Please take a few minutes to watch it.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Posted on June 10, 2022