Pre-K - Kinder (Intramural Program)

The Intramural program is open to boys and girls that are in grades Pre-K* and Kindergarten.

*Note:  Kids must be at least 3 years and 7 months old when the season starts to participate in the Pre-K program 


The co-ed Pre-K and K Intramural programs run on Sundays.

Session Dates:

Sundays, September 19, 2021  –  November 7, 2021

Times:   There is a  Pre-K and Kindergarten slot at 11:00am for parents with siblings from both age groups (allowing siblings to play at the same time).  Space is limited for this time slot.

Pre-K                    session 1   10:00 – 10:45
Pre-K                    session 2   11:00 – 11:45
Kindergarten      session 1   11:00 – 11:45
Kindergarten      session 2   12:00 – 12:45



Registered Before September 1:  $90
Registered After August 31:   $110


Mullen Field  Galvin Middle School (Main Street side)  See Map

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

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.

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]

The framework for each of the two intramural seasons, spring and fall, will be designed and run under the guidance of our full time Director of Coaching and executed with great care by all of the volunteer coaches. Although this is a recreational league, there is a week to week practice curriculum in which coaches are educated on the finer points to help advise kids at all levels.  The curriculum includes focused skill development followed by small-sided games, 4 players on each ‘side’ (4 v 4) and no goalkeepers.

Registration for the Spring seasons starts in late January and runs through mid-April.

Registration for the Fall seasons starts in June and run through the beginning of September.

Player Equipment ­ ­
  • Soccer-specific cleats optional (no metal spikes), sneakers work too
  • Shin pads
  • Socks which totally cover shin pads
  • Water bottle
  • WSA-provided team t-shirt
Activities Warm-up  5 minutes
Breakdown 1st Soccer Activity (10 – 15 minutes minimum) – provided by Director of Coaching
2nd Soccer Activity (10 – 15 minutes minimum) – provided by Director of Coaching
Small-sided Game 4 v 4  (10 – 15 minutes)
Coaches NEEDED Volunteers are the foundation of this program and one of the essential pieces are the coaches. We are always in need of your help and if you’re a former professional player or a parent who is enthusiastic about being on the field with their son or daughter, your help is very much appreciated as a head coach or an assistant.  WSA will reimburse all entry fees related to licenses offered by US Soccer, NSCAA etc   Please consider being a part of the team!  Volunteer to coach now!
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Coach Guidance WSA Director of Coaching will provide specific activities/games to print out on a regular basis. The DOC and/or a WSA member will meet each coach at the field to discuss the day’s curriculum and activities, help set up and equip each team, organize team placement and fill in to coach when necessary and ensure a CORI’d coach is present for each team.  Additional information can be found under the Coaches menu.