Rec or Recreational soccer is for youth players from PreK (2 years old) to 12th grade (18 yers old) who want to play soccer within West Windsor and Plainsboro and not have a significant time commitment.
The Fall program is our largest in terms of the number of players. Players sign up by school grade and K and older players are assigned teams coached by volunteer parents. Teams play each other on Saturday mornings in September through November. PreK players have fun sessions with a ball.
The Spring program is less structured than Fall. There are no assigned teams; players show up on Saturday mornings and are separated into groups, warm up, and play pick-up games.
The Fall (Sep - Nov) and Spring (Apr - Jun) Rec programs play games on Saturday. Players can also attend weeknight group training sessions to further develop their skills. Fall teams in 4th grade and higher will also typically schedule a weekday evening practice.
Each league is managed by a League Manager who identifies coaching volunteers and organizes players onto teams so that every team has at least two coaches. The players are assigned with the intent of forming teams with relatively equal skill to keep the games competitive. Once teams are formed, team assignments and rosters are distributed to players. Practice and game schedules are then posted on the WWPSA website.
Each Rec league represents a school grade or group of grades, depending on the number of projected registrants. Typically, players are divided into a Co-ed PerK program and separate Boy and Girl leagues for Kindergarten through 12th grade. The kindergarten through 12th grade players might be group together based on the number of players registered for example, Boys 8th to 12th grade might be combined into one league. We typically never combined boys and girls except in the PreK program.
WWPSA is a volunteer run organization that relies on volunteers to run the programs and maintain fields. To encourage volunteering, WWPSA charges a $75 per family per seasonal year (July through June). Click here to learn more about the bond.