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Mendota Heights Community Soccer

Mendota Heights Community Soccer

Mendota Heights Community Soccer is an entry level soccer opportunity for children ages Pre-K through 6th grade. This program is designed to provide children an opportunity to play soccer in a fun, challenging, and developmental environment.

See below for specific details on each grade level. 

Playing levels are based on your current grade, 2018-2019 school year. 


Spring Community Soccer

Spring Season Dates

The 2019 Spring Community Soccer season will begin April 22 and end June 23.

Cost

Age Group Cost
Pre-K and Kindergarten $110
1st and 2nd Grade $110
3rd and 4th Grade $130
5th and 6th Grade $140

2019 Spring Schedule

Gender Age Group Day Time Session Dates
Boys PreK-1st Grade Mon. & Wed. 5:30pm-6:30pm 4/22 - 6/23
Boys 2nd Grade-6th Grade Mon. & Wed. 6:45pm-7:45pm 4/22 - 6/23
Girls PreK-1st Grade Tues. & Thurs. 5:30pm-6:30pm 4/22 - 6/23
Girls 2nd Grade-6th Grade Tues. & Thurs. 6:45pm-7:45pm 4/22 - 6/23

Location

City Field Location
Mendota Heights Kensington Park

Pre-K & Kindergarten

Both girls and boys meet twice a week
(see 2019 Spring/ Summer Schedule above for details).

The teams will practice as a team and play mini games against other teams (no referees, no score, just for the love of play.) 

Teams are split between Pre-K and Kindergarten.  More advanced Preschoolers looking for increased participation may choose to play in the Kindergarten League.

1-2 Grade

Both girls and boys meet twice a week
(see 2019 Spring/ Summer Schedule above for details).

The teams will practice as a team and play games against other teams.  

More advanced Second graders looking for a more competitive experience may choose to play in the 3-4 grade league.

Some team practices will be run by our REV trainers to provide increased instruction and training. 

3-6 Grade

Both boys and girls teams will meet twice a week.  One night of practice and one game.
(see 2019 Spring/ Summer Schedule above for details).

At this level, the structure of training sessions will be similar to that of older players.  A greater level of coaching and time will be spent in developing a players technical (dribbling, passing, receiving, finishing and defending) skills, as well as tactical knowledge (positioning, passing scenarios, team defending, problem solving) and finally, athleticism (speed, strength, footwork, balance).

Some team practices will be run by our REV trainers to provide increased instruction and training. 

Megan Rasmussen

General Questions - Rec Soccer

Sean McKuras

Director of Grassroots