Grades 5-8 Intramural

This FALL-ONLY, CO-ED Intramural program is open to boys and girls that are in grades 5 through 8.

This 8-week Intramural program will now consist of a 30-minute practice at 3:00 followed by a round-robin game at 3:30.

This intramural program runs in the Fall season only.

Session Dates:   Sundays, September 19, 2021  –  November 7, 2021

OPTIONAL Practice Time:    3:00-3:30 pm

Game Time:  3:30 – 4:15 pm

Practice Location:  Mullen Field Galvin Middle School (Main St side)

Game Location:  Walton Field  Galvin Middle School (North Ave side)  

All game times and locations are tentative and subject to change based on field availability


  • Registered through September 1:  $75
  • Registered after August 31:    $95

Weather Delay and/or Cancellations:

Sessions are held in light rain, but not when heavy rain or lightning is occurring. Coaches and parents will receive an email with the status when conditions are questionable.   The status will also be posted on the home page.

Reminders:   No Jewelry !
Kids must not wear any type of jewelry, including earrings, necklaces, and watches,  as it can pose a danger for your child as well as others on the field.  Medical bracelets are allowed.

 red-question-mark  Email our Intramural director:  [email protected]


This recreational sandlot division is designed to give each player the chance to foster excitement for the sport of soccer in a fun and positive environment.  At each session, teams are created on-the-spot with players in attendance.

The fall season generally runs from early September through the beginning of November.

There is no spring season due to a lack of field availability and low enrollment.

Players do not attend a tryout.

Even as these games are designed to bring out the enthusiasm and competition of your soccer player, WSA will look to also provide the structure for the rules of the game, including a referee. However, scores and standings are not the significant goals in creating what the foundation of this youth recreational soccer is striving for, therefore no scores or standings are published.