Lonestar Recreational Soccer

Lonestar Recreational soccer is designed to be a fun and enjoyable soccer program for all soccer players. We incorporate social interaction, motor skill and technical development through games and exercises.



We provide a full-service recreational soccer experience including season administration (player registration, team formation, league scheduling), referees, practice space, and game equipment. All soccer players in the Lonestar SC Recreational program receive uniforms, medals, player evaluation opportunities (U5-U10), and supplemental player's insurance. All coaches in the Lonestar SC Recreational soccer program are parent volunteers.

Fall seasons run mid-September to mid-November.
Spring seasons run mid-February to late April.

Age Group Overview
Lil Lonestars
U4 (2014)
  • - Run by the site director with help from parent volunteers
  • - Seven Saturday mornings for 45 minutes
  • - Small-sided coed games
  • - Players receive a T-Shirt and medal
  • - Size 3 ball
U5 (2013)
U6 (2012)
  • - The 'New Ball Method'
  • - Optional practice once a week
  • - 7-9 games on Saturdays (potential Sunday games due to weather conditions)
  • - 4v4 playing format
  • - 4 Quarters (8 minutes each)
  • - 50% playing time
  • - Size 3 ball
U7 (2011)
U8 (2010)
  • - The 'New Ball Method'
  • - Optional practice once a week
  • - 7-9 games on Saturdays (potential Sunday games due to weather conditions)
  • - 4v4 playing format
  • - 4 Quarters (10 minutes each)
  • - 50% playing time
  • - Size 3 ball
U9 (2009)
U10 (2008)
  • - 5v5 playing format
  • - Goalkeepers
  • - Single center referee
  • - Larger field
  • - Optional practice once a week
  • - 7-9 games on Saturdays (potential Sunday games due to weather conditions)
  • - 2 Halves (25 minutes each)
  • - 50% playing time
  • - No heading/no punting
  • - No league standings or play-offs for U9-U10
  • - Optional end of season tournament (additional fee)
  • - Size 4 ball
U11 (2007)
U12 (2006)
  • - 7v7 playing format
  • - League includes LSC partners
  • - Games are played at Valley View Elementary School, Milburn Park, Justin Lane, Slaughter Creek
  • - Home games played at your registered location
  • - 7-9 games on Saturdays and/or Sunday afternoons
  • - 2 Halves (30 minutes each)
  • - 50% playing time
  • - No heading/no punting
  • - No league standings or play-offs for U11-U12
  • - Optional end of season tournament (additional fee)
  • - Size 4 ball
U13 (2005)
U14 (2004)
  • - 7v7 or 9v9 playing format
  • - Optional one or two practices per week
  • - League includes LSC partners
  • - Games are played at Valley View Elementary School, Milburn Park, Justin Lane, Slaughter Creek
  • - Home games played at your registered location
  • - 7-9 games on Saturdays and/or Sunday afternoons
  • - 2 Halves (35 minutes each)
  • - 50% playing time
  • - No league standings or play-offs for U13-U14
  • - Optional end of season tournament (additional fee)
  • - Size 5 ball
U15 (2003)
U16 (2002)
U17 (2001)
U18 (2000)
U19 (1999)
  • - 7v7 or 11v11 playing format
  • - Optional one or two practices per week
  • - 2 Halves (40-45 minutes each)
  • - 7v7 format plays in-house league
  • - 11v11 format plays in CAYSA league (LSC does not control schedule)
  • - Fall season: mid-September to mid-November
  • - Spring season: mid-March to late May (due to High School soccer)
  • - Depending on the number of registrations LSC may form teams to play small sided games
  • - LSC does not pay for any tournaments including play-offs
  • - Size 5 ball

Fee Structure

Age Group Price (Opens April 3rd) Late Fee (After June 2nd) Volunteer
Buyout
Developmental
Training
Practice
T-shirts
Lil Lonestars
U4 (2014)
$100 N/A $35 N/A N/A
U5 (2013)
U6 (2012)
$100 $35 $35 $50 $10
U7 (2011)
U8 (2010)
$125 $35 $35 $50 $10
U9 (2009)
U10 (2008)
$150 $35 $35 $50 $10
U11 (2007)
U12 (2006)
$230 $35 $35 N/A $10
U13 (2005)
U14 (2004)
$275 $35 $35 N/A $10
U15 (2003)
U16 (2002)
U17 (2001)
U18 (2000)
U19 (1999)
$275 $35 $35 N/A $10

Fee Breakdown

  • - Uniforms
  • - Additional practice shirts available for $10 each.
  • - Fields (Our practice facilities include city parks, county parks, private facilities, school facilities & community parks; LSC does not always control field status)
  • - LSC will make every effort to accomodate one-half of a game field for practice space (there are no guaranteed goals for practice)
  • - Referees (in age appropriate groups)
  • - Program Administration including league, player and team registration
  • - Player's Supplemental Insurance
  • - Participation Medals
  • - Player Evaluation Opportunities (U5-U10) with our Recreational Site Directors
  • - LSC Recreational Site Director coaching support
  • - LSC Volunteer Clinics - Online curriculum support
  • - Between 7-9 games depending upon weather
  • - A family photo day where families are encouraged to bring their own cameras take photos in designated areas
  • - Fall Fun Day - LSC provides a bouncy house/obstacle course and fun finale to mark the end of the Fall season
  • - Spring Fun Friday Event

Recreational Policies

  • - All teams will be formed on a first come first serve basis.
  • - The number of player registrations at each location will determine the combination of age groups and if the league is coed.
  • - No heading for any players 12 years old or younger. For more information on the no heading policy, click here.
  • - No punting for any players 12 years old or younger - this is a developmental approach and safety concern to reduce the risk of concussions and other potential injuries.

Developmental Training

Led by the LSC Recreational Site Director, the developmental training program consists of five 1-hour sessions for ages U5-U14 boys and girls. The focus is on basic fundamentals of the game taught on a weekly basis in a fun environment. This program is optional and costs an additional $50 for all U5-U14 players. Every player receives a Developmental Training T-shirt. Fall Developmental Training begins in October Spring Developmental Training begins in March. For information, please contact the site director nearest you.

Coaching Support

Lonestar SC provides parent volunteers access to volunteer clinics, online curriculum support, and coaching support from our Recreational Site Directors.

Volunteering

Lonestar SC requires each family to volunteer 3 hours each season to help with the following:

  • - Games
  • - Field Lining/Painting
  • - Concessions
  • - Field Set Up/Break Down
  • - Fun Friday/Seasonal Event

If you do not wish to volunteer this season, there is a $35 buy-out fee.

Refund Policy

Please click here to request a refund. Lonestar will withhold a $35.00 administrative processing fee. Please note once a uniform has been received, a refund will not be issued.

Fall 2017 Registration

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