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PROGRAM PLAY DATES AND SCHEDULES

Register now for HOUSE LEAGUE FALL - EXTENDED - TO CLOSE ON 8/29 12am 

Don't wait and miss out because we are full.

All other programs for the year are open to register

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UNIFORM PICKUP FOR HOUSE PLAYERS
Not for U6 players

HOUSE unifom pickup will be

Monday -Tuesday-Wednesday  8/29-8/31  6-7pm and

Tuesday 9/6 630-800pm at the Village Glen, 162 Mill Street

If you played last year, you already have the red/yellow uniform set.  If you are new, you should have purchased at the time of registration.  If you did not purchase (you can access your account to verify) you may purchase for cash or check only at pick up.  $42.  Good for this full year of soccer.

Please do not come before or after the times listed as no one will be there to help you.

U6 OUTDOOR PLAY DATES 2016-2017

Just show up ready to play at the time you registered for

(you can find this on your family account)

wearing sneakers or soccer shoes, shin guards under socks, and soccer wear (we give you a shirt)

bring water and a #3 ball

 

U6 Outdoor is held at the North French Soccer Complex, 1699 North French Road, Getzville, NY 14068

near the ramp to the I-990

sessions are at 9, 1015 or 1130 am and run for one hour

FALL - Sep 10-17-24, Oct 1-8-15

SPRING - May 6-13-20, Jun 10-17-24

OLD HOME DAYS PARADE
ASA particpated in the annual event. Thanks to all who helped!

AMHERST OLD HOME DAYS JULY 12, 2016

ASA Registration and Refund Policy

PLEASE BE SURE YOUR CHILD WANTS TO PLAY SOCCER AND IT WILL FIT IN HIS/HER SCHEDULE.
  Refund Policy: 

 

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David Epstein is a reporter at ProPublica and the author of “The Sports Gene.” Originally printed in the NY Times

Sports Should Be Child’s Play

By DAVID EPSTEINJUNE 10, 2014

THE national furor over concussions misses the primary scourge that is harming kids and damaging youth sports in America.

The heightened pressure on child athletes to be, essentially, adult athletes has fostered an epidemic of hyperspecialization that is both dangerous and counterproductive.