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Fields Closed Sunday 11/4

Updated Saturday November 3, 2018 by NRSA.

The Nardi Fields will be closed Sunday, November 4th due to poor field conditions caused by the rain from Friday night. All Rec games will be rescheduled to next Saturday, November 10th. We appreciate your understanding.

Fury Travel Registration Spring Only 2019

Registration closes today

Travel Registration Train Only 2018-2019

Players train with an existing travel team on a month to month basis. Some plays my be eligible for guest league play or tournament play.
$20 Transaction fee
$80 Monthly training payments

2009-2012 Travel Registration 2018 Fall-2019 ...

Registration is closed

Birth Years 2009-2012 $1,200
Raffle Ticket Books one per family added at checkout $30

Spring Soccer 2019

The Spring program gives all players the opportunity to participate in a Spring-time program that is designed to give each player the chance to play in a fast paced soccer environment. In turn, players in the program will have the opportunity to get lots of touches on the ball and learn the creative and free-thinking aspects of the game. Skill will most definitely improve, as each player will gain experience playing at a fast pace, and further tactical knowledge that will carry them into a higher level of player in the Fall.

The Spring program is for players aged U6-U14. Divisions will be grouped into age groups, U6, U8, U10, U12 and U14 (for example, U7 and U8 players will be put in the U8 age group). The program is offered to both boys and girls.

Tot Soccer Spring 2019

3-5 year olds (Pre-School)

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Winter Indoor Clinics January-March 2019

Registration is closed

“This program is for the recreational player desiring to learn new techniques and improve current abilities with professional training in a fun age appropriate environment.
Your child will learn proper technique to execute basic and advanced soccer skills from NRSA’s professional staff with the use of fun skill developing activities (repetitions are key) and small sided games.”