9/25 Little Kickers Opening Day
9/25 TopSoccer Opening Day
Sept. 30th –Team Uniform Pick-Up, 9-12 noon, concession stand at the Roger Short Soccer Complex
October 2 Opening Night Presenting by Dick’s Sporting Good
(Latest possible date, may be earlier)
October 17th: Salute To Law Enforcement
October 21st: Kicking For a Cure, 3 v 3 Tournament. CSO Rec teams receive $20 discount on registration
October 23rd: Little Kicker’s Jamboree
October 30th: TOP Soccer Jamboree
About C.S.O. Recreational Soccer
CSO is proud to offer recreational soccer to the youth in our community and areas beyond. Here at CSO we truly believe that recreational soccer is the foundation that any successful program is built upon. The staff at CSO strives daily to provide an environment that enhances a player’s understanding of the game, provides a safe environment, and most importantly allows for each and every player to have fun taking part in the game we all love.
Purpose: The Recreational Level is the entry playing level for boys and girls Under 4 through Under 19 Coed teams.
Objectives: Its registered teams are formed for the express purposes of teaching the necessary playing abilities and skills of The Game; maximum game and practice participation of each rostered player; physical and mental fitness; and the enjoyment of The Game. Recreational teams are not formed to play competitive level soccer. All programs in the Under 4, Under 5, Under 6 shall play 3 on 3 formats. Under 7 and Under 8 age groups shall play 4 on 4 formats. Single year age divisions shall be used whenever possible. Boys and girls will be separated for the purpose of teams and teams will play against the same gender. In some circumstances age groups may be co-ed.
Recreational Soccer Rules and Additional Information
All matches will be played according to USYS Small Sided Soccer Rules. Age groups below u6 will follow u6 rules.
Practices schedules are determined after teams have been formed. A practice schedule is made by the head coach of each team. CSO does not determine or assign practice times. All players must wear appropriate soccer gear for training including shin guards and cleats. All players must bring their own water and ball to practice. Teams U6 and below typically practice one time per week. Teams U8 and above typically practice two times per week.
Recreational Soccer Refund Policy
Want to Become A Sponsor?
There are many opportunities to become a part of the Columbus Soccer Organization family. We are always looking to establish partnerships with local organizations that would benefit both our members and local groups. If you would like to become a sponsor or request more information please contact us. Don’t forget that your sponsorship contribution is also tax deductible.