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10/2/2020, Update from the Marshwood Travel Soccer Board

10/2/2020, 1:15pm, update: York County is still in the yellow!

MTS community, you will hear from your coaches, too, but here is our intrasquad game schedule for Sunday, October, 4, 2020.

Uniforms: MTS board member will pick the uniforms up and have them ready to distribute at the scrimmages on Sunday.

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U9/U10 game 20 minute halves
5 minute half time
45 minutes total

U11/U12 game 25 minute halves
5 minute half time
55 minutes total game time

U13/U14 game 30 minute halves
10 minute half time
70 minutes total game time

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Field 3 (u10)
U9 Boys vs U10 boys 10:30am - 11:30am
U9 Girls vs U10 Girls 12:30pm - 1:30pm

Field 2 (u12)
U11 boys vs U12 boys 9am - 10am
U11 girls vs U12 girls 11am - 12pm

Field 1 (u14)
U13 boys vs U13 boys 1pm - 2:15pm
U13 girls vs U14 girls 3pm - 4:15pm


Marshwood Travel Soccer fall 2019

Steve Jalbert

President Marshwood Travel Soccer Board

Mission Statement:

The mission of Marshwood Travel Soccer (MTS) is to provide a fun and competitive youth soccer playing experience, focused on player development, competing against other clubs in the state of Maine. We are committed to making the experience fun for the players. However, the expectations of our players, coached and parents are higher than other youth soccer programs.

Marshwood Travel Soccer is a non-profit organization for youth (grades 3- 8)  in the towns of Eliot,ME, South Berwick, ME, and Rollinsford, NH.

MTS is a member of Soccer Maine which is the governing body for all travel soccer in Maine. In turn, Soccer Maine is affiliated with U.S. Youth Soccer, the national organization responsible for overseeing youth soccer development across the country. As a member of Soccer Maine and US Youth Soccer, MTS is bound by their bylaws and policy decisions.

click here for Soccer Maine's updated "Return to Play"

While the Club and Coach must create a safe environment, the PARENT must make the decision for their child to return to play. If, as a parent you are not comfortable in your child’s returning to play – DON’T. And finally, PLAYERS must be responsible to adhere to, and respect the social distancing requirements and contact guidelines that have been established.

Photos:

  • U-10 boys' teams at Marshwood High School, 2018
  • U10 boys sporting Hawks' Pride
  • photo credit to Bryan Lindgren Photography
  • photo credit to Bryan Lindgren Photography
  • photo credit to Bryan Lindgren Photography
  • photo credit to Bryan Lindgren Photography
  • photo credit to Bryan Lindgren Photography
  • photo credit to Bryan Lindgren Photography
  • Marshwood U11 boys' teams at the Marshwood High School Homecoming game, 10/3/2019
  • Marshwood U11 boys' teams at the Marshwood High School Homecoming game, 10/3/2019