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WELCOME TO
RIVER DELL SOCCER ASSOCIATION 

This Web site is designed for the players, parents, coaches, refs, and volunteers of RDSA.

 

REGISTRATION FOR THE

2016 REC SEASON IS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

AND WILL BE OPEN

THROUGH JULY 6, 2016 FOR GRADES 1-8

and THROUGH AUGUST 16, 2016, FOR KINDERGARTEN

Follow the "Registration" Link on the left side of this page

Schedules for RDSA 2016 Rec Fall Season

Starts September 7 (K-2 start September 12) 
through November 2
(No Games on October 3-4, October 8-9 and October 12)
 
REGULAR SCHEDULE
 
Kindergarten
Saturdays 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM (at DPAC in Oradell)

First Grade
Saturdays 10:45 AM – 12:00 PM (at DPAC in Oradell)
 
Second Grade
Saturdays 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM (at DPAC in Oradell)
 
3/4 Grade Girls
Monday and Wednesday Evenings, and/or Saturday Mornings (possible Fri evening)
Specific Schedule to be posted closer to season start 
 
3/4 Grade Boys
Tuesday and Thursday Evenings, and/or Sunday Afternoons (possible Fri evening)
Specific Schedule to be posted closer to season start
 
5/6 Grade Girls
Monday and Wednesday Evenings, and/or Saturday Mornings (possible Fri evening)
Specific Schedule to be posted closer to season start
 
5/6 Grade Boys
Tuesday and Thursday Evenings, and/or Sunday Afternoons (possible Fri evening)
Specific Schedule to be posted closer to season start
 
7/8 Grade Girls
Monday and Wednesday Evenings, and/or Saturday Mornings (possible Fri evening)
Specific Schedule to be posted closer to season start
 
7/8 Grade Boys
Tuesdays and Thursday Evenings, and/or Sunday Afternoons (possible Fri evening)
Specific Schedule to be posted closer to season start
  

 

ATTENTION COACHES!

All coaches must complete the following requirements prior to the Fall Season. 

 
All Coaches and Assistant Coaches must satisfy 3 requirements in order to coach a team: (1) successful completion of the Rutgers S.A.F.E.T.Y. course (http://youthsports.rutgers.edu/program-areas/volunteer-coaches); (2) fingerprinting/background check (see link to instruction page at right); and (3) concussion/head injury recognition through the online program offered by the CDC (see below).
 
As a volunteer coach who has an interest in sport safety, you are probably well aware of the recent news regarding concussions in sports.  New laws have made it mandatory for schools as well as towns to provide their coaches and athletes with educational information as well as concussion plans that are to be put in place for the player’s safety.
 
In response to state laws and the requirements for the use of facilities, a Concussion and other Head Injury Policy has been established which requires all volunteer coaches to be trained in the prevention and treatment of sports-related concussions and other head injuries among student athletes.  This requirement may be satisfied by completing a program called Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports – the online concussion training for coaches through the Center for Disease Control at www.cdc.gov/concussion/headsup/online_training.html and, upon completion, submitting the Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports certificate of completion to the RDSA President by e-mail (ccaslin@riverdellsoccer.net), or by US Mail addressed to RDSA, P.O. Box 251, River Edge, NJ 07661.  The certificates must be submitted to the River Edge Recreation Commission before the start of the season.  Thank you for your anticipated cooperation!

 

River Dell Soccer Association is a member of U.S. YOUTH SOCCER

We support the organization’s following messages...

  • FITNESS: The health and fitness (physical, psychological and social) benefits of playing soccer.
  • FRIENDSHIP: The relationships and fun generated through playing soccer and their extension beyond the field.
  • FAMILY: Playing soccer ties families together as schedules, vacations and family time are coordinated.
  • FUN: Whether recreational or competitive in nature, involvement in soccer is easy, affordable and rewarding.

 

Check out these amazing goals...

 

 New Jersey Law requires "children who wear eyeglasses to wear protective eyewear while participating in certain sports activities (soccer)."

 

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