The Chesterton Trojans (11-2-2) travel to the new field turf at the Panther Den to take on Griffith (8-3-1) in a nonconference girls soccer match. Join Mike Knezevich and Kent Rosenbaum for pregame coverage at 6:15 PM CT, with kickoff to follow at 6:30 PM CT, live on 1230 AM WJOB and live and archived on rrsn.com.
NWISL schedules are now available on the Schedules Page. You will find team links to the NWISL website. Please remember that travel schedules are managed by the Northwest Indiana Soccer League and not the Griffith Soccer Club. Always check with your coach if you have any questions.
JOIN US SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 FOR THE GRIFFITH SOCCER CLUB FUNDRAISER STARTING @ 9PM.
A $10 DONATION AT THE DOOR GOES TOWARDS THE GRIFFITH SOCCER CLUB.
ENTERTAINMENT PROVIDED BY DJ SHANE @ 10PM!
THERE WILL BE SOME GREAT DRINK SPECIALS:
- $2 MILLER LITE BOTTLES!
- $1 COORS LIGHT 12OZ DRAFTS!
- $3 MARGARITA’S!
In SAY the safety of players and participants is of utmost importance. Soccer fields can be a dangerous place during severe weather.
- You are in danger if you can see lightning.
- You are in danger from lightning if you can hear thunder.
- Lightning often travels sideways as far as 10 miles and can strike away from any rainfall even when skies are blue.
In event of a storm, games and/or practices must be stopped and suspended until the danger has passed using the following minimum criteria:
(1) The sighting of a lightning flash or the hearing of the sound of thunder shall be reason enough to stop and suspend a game or a practice session;
• Do not wait until it rains
• Do not try to reach the end of a quarter or the end of a game.
(2) Coaches shall take their players to a safe location upon suspension of a game and/or a practice session;
(3) Following suspension of a game, the referees shall promptly leave the field to a safe location;
(4) Play and/or practice shall not be resumed prior to 30-minutes after the last sighting of lightning or the last sound of thunder heard.
For a complete list of SAY policies, visit SAY Soccer Playing Laws
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By: Diane Poulton
August 20th, 2014
Participation in youth soccer teaches players the essential life skills of leadership, confidence, creativity and competition, Dan Perez, president of the Griffith Soccer Club says.
“Soccer is a fine balance of technical individual skills and tactical team skills happening at a very fast pace where every player is put in the leadership role,” Perez says. “Good young players develop and use both effectively. In other words, they know when to take charge and when to use support and never allow one to dominate at the expense of the other. This is a valuable leadership quality.”
See Full Article: Griffith Youth Soccer Program teaches life lessons
- Field is ready and game will be played
- A JV Game was added so feel free to come at 5 p.m.
- One Goal Club (soccer booster) is going to provide a FREE hot dog to every player who comes through gate in uniform.
All Griffith Soccer Club players are invited to YOUTH DAY at Griffith High School on Monday, August 25th at 6:00 p.m.
Come out to the New Turf Field* at Griffith High School and support the Griffith Varsity Boys teams as they take on Morton. Be sure to show to Griffith Soccer Club pride by wearing your uniform and get in free.
Hot Dogs and hamburgers will be available through the Griffith Soccer One Goal Club.
Please support Griffith Soccer.
** Subject To Change if the new field is not ready. If there is a cancellation, details will be posted here at www.Griffithsoccer.org.
Looking for game schedules for In-house teams? Check out the Schedules Page for the most current version.
We learned that some information may have been distributed that did not reflect a change in the picture date. Team parents and coaches were notified of the change, but just in case you have something that states otherwise, please note The correct picture date is August 27th. Your understanding is appreciated.
For the most current information, including changes, please check the Calendar.
As we prepare for the Fall 2014 season it’s a good time to review how we can make this a positive experience for our players and parents. All coaches and parents are encourage to view this video presentation that has been added to the Coaches Page.
Double-Goal Coach: to win and to teach life lessons - This on-line video presented by the PCA (Positive Coaching Alliance). In this course you’ll learn about the two goals of the Double-Goal Coach: to win and to teach life lessons. You’ll learn the three main principles behind Positive Coaching–and you’ll see practical ways to use these principles with your team.
The regular July meeting has been moved to Wednesday, July 16th at 7:00 p.m.
This is an open monthly meeting for all parents, coaches and members of the Griffith Soccer Club. All club old and new business is discussed and members are encouraged to participate. Note: This meeting follows the closed board meeting and door are opened no earlier than 7:00 p.m.
For attendance credit, please notify the Secretary if you planned to attend the original date and are unable to make the rescheduled date.