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Jun, 2019

Week 9 Wrap Up



  • Fall Registration Update
  • Volunteers Needed
  • Developmental Divisions Closing Out
  • Not Too Late For Our Endorsed Summer Program
  • Upcoming Events
  • Inter-Community Play Results


Fall Registration Update


Our numbers are climbing and we are beginning to have enough to field teams.  If you have friends in the Shaler Area who may not have been with the club in the spring, remind them of open registration.  Time is ticking away and we want to give every player registered the chance for an outstanding fall season.


Open Registration will run May 19ththrough June 28th.  Don’t delay!


Late registration will begin June 29th and run through July 14th.  NOTE: SSC only accepts late registrants on an as needed basis to create teams.  It is critical to sign your kids up before June 29thto ensure a roster spot regardless of player age.







Volunteers Needed


Thank you to everyone who has completed the survey or marked their interest in volunteering during registration, although we have had a great response, there is still time to get involved!


The Fall season is a great time to get involved in soccer.  The fall is where a good majority of our players move up to the next age group, new players are joining us at our youngest Developmental levels, and everyone comes back energized from a long summer break.  With all of these moving parts, it is critical now more than ever to have our coaches, commissioners, and any of our various other volunteer positions lined before we hit the summer.  If you are thinking about volunteering or just want to know more about what it entails, please speak up.  The more time we have to talk with you, the better prepared you will be come the fall.


If you would like to know more about how you have volunteer please click this LINK.  You will find all of the different ways you can help the club and if you are interested in an executive board or member at large position, when you navigate to the respective page, you can click on the role to learn more or click on the current member to email them any questions.


Developmental Divisions Closing Out


As the days get longer, our time on the field gets shorter.  For several of our Developmental Program divisions, this week was their last week of play for the season.  From all of the board and I, I hope that you all had a wonderful spring season.  You will see some final communications coming over with a few surveys, these will help us as a club continue to improve season over season.  I hope to see you over the summer at our different community events and of course this fall!


Not Too Late For Our Endorsed Summer Program


Don’t forget, there is still time to join us for the Complete Moves training program this summer. It is a great opportunity to learn from a highly trained and decorated professional coach each week from June to August.  You can find more information HERE.



Upcoming Events


Summer Camp Sign Ups continuesign up for a great value in summer soccer training


Wednesday Night Pick Up will begin July 10


Summer Picnic is scheduled for August 3


Inter-Community Play Results 


U10 Boys

Bennie:Team Bennie continues to work hard as they seek out their second win, unfortunately Fox Chapel prooved to challenging.

Marsula:Nothing can slow down Team Marsula with a strong showing against Freeport this Saturday.

Schmidt:In an even match up with Fox Chapel, team Schmidt walked away with a lot of good opportunities.



Bianchi:With a stellar record intact, Team Bianchi closed out another game with a 6-1 win over Highlands.

Crider:Team Crider closed out another strong showing with a 8-3 win over Fox Chapel.

Fuscaldo:In a close match up with Hampton, Team Fuscaldo came up just shy of the win.


U12 Boys


Rios:Team Rios continues their strong season with a prevailing performance against Twin Boros.

Sidick: Avonworth came out the victors in a close match up with Team Sidick this week.


U12 Girls

Paladin:Coach Paladin was proud of his girl’s efforts on Sunday in their dominant performance over North Allegheny.

Crider:Team Crider played hard but the score board didn’t reflect it.


U14 Boys

Salego:Fox Chapel brought a tough match to Team Salego, but the boys were able to pull out another victory with a 4-3 win.


U14 Girls

Wilkins:Team Wilkins had a close match up with Tri-City this week, but unfortunately fell just shy of a victory near the end of the game.






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Shaler Soccer Club

P.O. Box 342 
Glenshaw, Pennsylvania 15116

Email: [email protected]

Shaler Soccer Club

P.O. Box 342 
Glenshaw, Pennsylvania 15116

Email: [email protected]
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