Fall Intramural Soccer - Girls, Boys and Co-ed

UpdatedThursday August 20, 2020 byWRA Editor.

The WRA Intramural Soccer Program provides a fun introduction to the game, giving kids the chance to learn fundamentals and rules of soccer. The IM Program is for boys and girls from ages 4 to 18, consisting of the following ten (10) divisions:

  • Preschool  - co-ed.  Eligibility: age 3 by Sept 1
  • Pre-K - co-ed
  • Kindergarten (K)- co-ed
  • 1st Grade Girls (1G)
  • 1st Grade Boys (1B)
  • 2nd Grade Girls (2G)
  • 2nd Grade Boys (2B)
  • 3rd/4th Grade Girls (3/4G)
  • 4th/5th Grade Boys (3/4B)
  • 5th/6th Grade Girls (5/6G)
  • 5th/6th Grade Bos (5/6B)
  • Grades 7-9 (MHS) - co-ed
  • Grades 10-12 (HS)  - co-ed
  • note that all of our divisions are based on grade in school this Fall

Features and Rules of WRA IM Soccer - summarized here.


Positions Currently Vacant!

We're an all volunteer organization, and absolutely depend on your involvement to keep it strong. Please consider taking on one of these roles:

  • Division commissioner
  • Clinics and Training Coordinator
  • Website maintenance
  • Many more support positions! Email for details.

Important Dates for WRA IM Soccer, Fall 2020:

Earliest Date to Volunteer: The sooner the better! We absolutely depend on volunteers as coaches, commissioners, and many more positions! 

Minimum Age Cut-off Date: must be 3 by Sept. 1, 2020 for Preschool eligibility

Registration Open Here ONGOING....(late registration will begin Aug 1 and continue as long as we have room for players); note that divisions will fill and close without notice; potential number of openings is often dependent on number of coaching volunteers. Please volunteer early!

Practices Begin: mid-August for older divisions; no practice for K and PreK

Opening Day/First Games:       - Sept 5, 2020

Game Dates: Saturday/Sunday due to Covid19 capacity limits

Picture Day: TBD

Last Game:  November 14 (raindate Nov 21): we wrap up the season before Thanksgiving


Summer Camps in Our Area: If your player wants to develop her/his skills in preparation for the coming season, a summer camp is a great way to do it. Here are links to some in our area (if you know of others, please notify us).

Intramural Soccer Committee

If your child desires a higher level of competition, and for more links to some great soccer resources, go to Travel Soccer.
Volunteer! Our organization is managed and coached by volunteers. Please register as a volunteer to coach, help with equipment distribution, assemble teams, or assist the head referee. The program will be better if you donate some time, and that commitment is minimal as long as everyone pitches in! (Full job descriptions).
Learn to Coach or Polish Your Skills: We are sponsoring a limited number of Coaching Certifications through EPYSA. Volunteer coaches can easily learn how to teach essential skills and drills for their children's age group. Our hope is that our coaches will feel more confident and at ease, even with little or no experience as players. In turn, kids benefit by developing their skills more quickly. More information will be posted when the details are finalized. 

WRA Intramural Soccer Manual An in depth presentation of the modified rules we follow, with specifics for each division regarding teams, games, our general philosophy - kids having fun, learning sportmanship and teamwork - and much more. Download a copy (link below) - it's a fascinating read!!

FIFA Laws of the Game

For questions on the programs, contact Intramural Soccer Chair: David Frank, IntramuralSoccer@WRASports.org

WRA Intramural Soccer Manual Rev 0.1.pdf