Important Pre-season Meetings
Coach Meetings: (please attend one of these meetings)
March 9, 6:30pm to 8:30pm - South Shore Christian Academy, Weymouth.
We are having the first of two meetings for coaches. We will go over the rules of play, changes since last year and questions. Discussions concerning rescheduling and also how to eliminate fines to your town.
March 11, 11:00am to 12:30pm - St. Joseph's Church center, Holbrook.
We are having the second of two meetings for coaches. We will go over the rules of play, changes since last year and questions. Discussions concerning rescheduling and also how to eliminate fines to your town.
March 11, 8:00am to 10:30am - St. Joseph's Church center, Holbrook.
Referee and assignors are asked to attend this meeting. Rules changes, expectations, referee requirements will be discussed. All referees wanting to referee for SSSL are welcome.
March 25, 7:30am to 12:00pm - Braintree Thayer fields, Braintree.
Field training will take place with 4 games playing hourly. New referees and those referees looking to work more challenging games should be in attendance.
See the link section on the left side of the page
Go to this link to see fall schedules: http://ma-2016ssgl.affinitysoccer.com/
Spring Registration information has been posted
Registration information for the Spring season is now available on the Registration page of this website.
South Shore Soccer League welcomes Marion-Rochester Youth Soccer
MRYS was voted into the the SSSL at the June 2016 General Meeting and will be joining us for league play beginning this fall. We welcome their entry and look forward to a strong, vibrant and lengthy partnership with them.
US Soccer Mandated Change Eliminates Heading for 11 and younger
In order to implement this mandate the SSSL is implementing the following change for all u12 and younger games starting this spring:
"It shall be considered a dangerous play when a player deliberately heads or attempts to head the ball. Any violation of this rule shall result in an indirect free kick for the opponent. Simultaneous violations by both teams will result in a dropped ball."
Click here for additional information from Mass Youth Soccer Assoc.