All games are played on Thursday nights. All teams play a minimum of 6 games and the season is usually about 6 weeks long.
1st practice starts the week of Mar 27th.
Practices are on Mon, Tue, or Wed nights. There is only one practice night per week during the season. Teams can add on extra practice a week during preseason, before games begin. Practices never start before 5:30 or later than 6:15.
Be a Head Coach for your child’s team and will receive a $75 discount.
All Games will be on Thursdays. Game times vary but never start before 5:30 with the last game for U/5 through U/10 usually ending by 6:30. Our U/13 division plays at 6:30 and 7:30.
Game days for U/5, U/6, U/7--Apr 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 20.
Game days U/10, and U/13-- Apr 20, 27, May 4, 11, 16, 18, 20.
Spring 2017 REGISTRATION
Registration will be 3 days only---Feb 25, Mar 4, 11, from 9-noon at the soccer fields.
Registration fee is $75 for first child, $65 for each additional child, plus cost of uniform for first time players.
Uniform cost is $45 and includes two jersey($15 each), a pair of socks($5), and one pair of shorts($10).
The Semmes Rec League consists of teams in divisions based on age.
U/5-- ages 3 & 4--cannot turn 5 before June 1, 2017 (Must be 3 by March 1)
U/6-- age 4 & 5--cannot turn 6 before June 1, 2017
U/7-- ages 5 & 6--cannot turn 7 before June 1, 2017
U/10--ages 7, 8, 9---cannot turn 10 before June 1, 2017
U/13--ages 10, 11, 12---cannot turn 13 before June 1, 2017
The League follows the USSF/US Youth Soccer age group rules (with modifications).
U/5 and U6—4 v 4, 4x6 min quarters-size 3 ball
U/7—3 v 3, 4x6 min quarters-size 3 ball
U/10 rules—6v6, 2x15 min halves-size 4 ball
U/13 rules—11 v 11, 2x20 min halves-size 4 ball
The Semmes Rec League is located in the western part of Mobile County, in Semmes, Alabama, and is dedicated to the education and development of the youth soccer player at all levels of play, through recreational teams.
Our recreation league is home to more than 300 players on over 26 teams. It functions during the fall and spring through volunteer coaches from within our community.
The League's home field is the Mary G. Montgomery High School Viking Soccer Complex. As part of several corporations and foundations, the Viking Soccer Complex stands as a testimony to what can be accomplished when all facets of the community work together to achieve lofty goals.