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U6 Program Description

The Under 6/U6 Division is for children in Kindergarten, made up of Girls and Boys teams (no co-ed teams). Teams are 6-8 players and play 4v4. They practice (25 minutes) and play games (35 minutes) on Saturday mornings in a combination practice/game format.  CJSF provides a pre-season Coaches Clinic and a Coaching Manual containing a curriculum made up of age appropriate practice activities. All activities are fun games intended to develop players’ basic skills and further each child’s love for the game.  Small sided games with referees are played on Saturday mornings against another team.

 

Registration
Fall registration is June 1 through August 1. Spring registration is January 1 through February 1.
Season
There are two seasons: Fall: September to November; and Spring: March to May.
Length of Season
Fall: 10 weeks
Spring: 8 weeks
Practice
Teams practice/play games for 60 minutes on Saturdays.
Cost
$160 in Fall; $150 Spring. All players receive new uniforms each fall and spring season.
Format
Games will be 4v4.
U6 Rules for Games
  • Size 3 ball, play 4 quarters, with a halftime break. 
  • No off sides (introduced at U10), no cherry picking and no goal tending. 
  • Substitutions mainly at quarters, halftime, and for injuries. 
  • One coach from each team on the field, away from play, not in penalty box, and out of the way. 
  • No coaches/parents/siblings/fans/dogs behind the goals-please stay on the opposite sideline from your team.
  • Score is not kept. Standings are not kept. 
  • Play is 4v4 with 8 minute quarters, with a short break at the quarters and a 5 minute half. 
  • No goalies (starts at U8). Corner kicks and goal kicks introduced. 
  • Throw-ins introduced, but doesn’t have to be technically correct. 
  • Fouls-other team is awarded an indirect free kick (can’t go directly into the goal-must be touched by 
  • another player)