Marshwood Travel Soccer fall 2019
Final schedules for Sanford's Columbus Day weekend tournament has been posted. Please check your schedule to ensure there are no issues (multiple games at the same time or other schedule conflicts).
Tournament Schedule: https://tourneymachine.com/R90624
Medical Waivers: please fill out your medical waivers before the weekend. The medical waiver link can be found here: https://sanford.gotsport.com/.../medical%20release%20form...
Rules and general information can be found at the following link: https://sanford.gotsport.com/clubsite/?p=1603
Field directions: http://sanford.gotsport.com/clubsite/?p=1306
Additional field information: Please also take time to make sure you can find the field address on Google Maps or your mapping application of choice. If you put in the addresses for Blouin or Shaw fields from their field address document into Google Maps, it doesn't find the right place. Searching for Blouins Fields in Sanford or Shaw's Ridge Rd soccer field Sanford pulls up the right addresses. Entrance to Blouins is off of Gowin Park Drive (take the dirt road to the parking lot) and address google gives for Shaw field is 59 Shaw's Ridge Road Sanford.
Good luck to all of our MTS teams!
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.
September 22, 2021
Dear Marshwood Travel Soccer (MTS) coaches, players, families, and spectators,
Marshwood Travel Soccer is committed to providing a safe environment for all (MTS and opposing) players, coaches, referees, and spectators, and will not tolerate abusive conduct of any type. Every member of Marshwood Travel Soccer—coaches, players, and spectators -- is responsible for providing a safe environment for all participants, the referees, and all members of the opposing teams, including their players, coaches, and spectators.
The MTS Board was recently made aware that members of our MTS community have not adhered to the above expectations, so this email will serve as a reminder that we must adhere to a zero tolerance policy for all forms of abuse towards any referee, player, coach, or spectator (see Soccer Maine Referee Abuse Policy). In following Soccer Maine Fall guidelines, if any player or coach is ejected from a game, they will miss the following Fall Classic game. The MTS Board reserves the right to impose the same consequence for all MTS spectators who are asked to leave the field for violating these policies.
Participation in MTS provides kids with an opportunity to gain many valuable life skills both on and off the pitch. It is our collective responsibility to ensure a safe, positive, and fun environment for everyone so that players will develop an appreciation for the game, teamwork, and healthy competition.
Marshwood Travel Soccer Board of Directors