Concussion awareness

All sporting activities have the risk of concussion and it is important parents and coaches take all precautions for the safety of the young atheletes. Please visit the CDC website at for more information and related documents.

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Helpful Links, News and Updates on Everything Soccer

Please check back regularly for general news and information for parents and coaches on youth soccer. Specific information regarding the SPFSA is best found under General Information, Field Information or under one of the three program links; House, Inter-County or Travel.

Helpful Tips for All Parents

Brief Guide to Youth Soccer on 'Parents Information' Sidebar

Parents are urged to click on the homepage sidebar link for several short, but very informative guides to youth soccer. Key ’dos and don’ts’ are concisely covered and can help both parent and child best enjoy their soccer experience.

Please Practice Good Field Courtesy

Litter and Dogs are Consistent Offenses

The Municipalities of Scotch Plains and Fanwood and the BOE remind parents, players and coaches that dogs are absolutely prohibited from all fields and parks. They also request that all litter and water bottles be put in receptacles at the end of games and practices. Smoking and the consumption of alcohol is also strictly prohibited.

Medical Coordinator of MLS Addresses SPFSA

Travel Coaches Get Tips from Sports Medicine Expert

... muscle pulls and strains are typically the result of fatigued muscles and fatigued muscles are typically exacerbated by poor hydration.

... water is the single best resource for hydration and...