Recreational (Rec) and Recreational Plus (Rec Plus) are the largest divisions of
Mustang Soccer League with 65% of all players participating at this level of play.
There are no tryouts for the Recreational division.
Fee: $375 ($450 after June 15)
Trainings will take place August 8 - October 23
Games will take place August 27 - October 23
Dick King Tournament - October 29 - November 6
U8-U19 teams will practice 1-2 times per week and will have 1 game on the weekend. Practice dates/times/locations will be determined by your child's coach. Coaches will be reaching out to parents with this information by July 31st.
The program consists of an 8-10-game season. Games are played on the weekends and may include some Sunday games. Practices can take place any day between Monday-Friday at 4pm, 5pm or 6pm depending on what the coach decides.
U8-U10 will play 7v7, U11-U12 will play 9v9 and U14-U19 will play 11v11.
REGISTER NOW - Any registrations made after the June 15th deadline will be considered if there is space available, although there is a possibility that the player will be placed on a team with players who attend a different school.
Click HERE to view General Information.
Click HERE for Best Practices & Reminders
School/Zone Codes: Your school and zone code tells the League where your player attends school and the area in which you live. This information is used for team formation so it is important that it is correct.
Parent Coach Registration: All Recreational head and assistant coaches must register separately from their player to be considered for a coaching position. To register as a coach or assistant coach click HERE.
Recreational Player Registration: To play in the Recreational league you must complete an online league registration for your player. No further action is necessary to be placed on a Recreational or Recreational Plus team. To start the process, click HERE.
Team Formation: Teams are formed by school and grade level on a first-come-first-serve basis. Returning coaches are allowed to request a certain number of players from their previous season, depending on age group, which includes the children of the head and assistant coaches.
Standings: In the event of a tie, the winner will be determined by the following “tie-breaking” rules. If more than two teams are tied, the tie-breaking commences with the 2nd step, then reverts back to the 1st step when two teams are left tied:
1st Head-to-head record
2nd Team with the most wins
3rd Goals against the team giving up the fewest number of goals.
4th Goals for the team with the greatest number of goals scored, to a maximum of (4) four goals per game.
5th Goal differential (all goals counted)
6th Ejections: the team with the fewest ejections (red cards)
7th Cautions: the team with the fewest cautions (yellow cards)
Registration and Program Questions: Sabrina Collins