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Micro Soccer

GVBBSC’s Summer Micro program provides children with the opportunity to experience soccer in a non-competitive environment.  Basic dribbling, passing and shooting skills are taught using a series of drills and fun activities.

  • Open to boys and girls ages 4-10
  • Ten sessions beginning in late June
  • Adult coordinators assisted by JV and Varsity soccer players
  • Each session wraps up with a small sided scrimmage

 

Travel Soccer

GVBBSC is a member of the Rochester District Youth Soccer League (RDYSL).  RDYSL offers developmental play at the U8-U10 levels. At U11, RDYSL moves to a competitive model. GVBBSC is committed to helping players develop their skills in a way that will enable them to successfully compete against teams from the greater Rochester area.

Practices will be organized in a manner to allow players to experience as many touches on the ball as possible. All sessions will incorporate technical and tactical training.  Practice and game strategies are developed to achieve results while preparing the players for higher levels of competition.

Travel soccer practices begin in late April/early May.  League play takes place from May-July. Each team plays a 12 game schedule, with 6 home games and 6 away games.

  • An age matrix to determine player eligibility is published on rdysl.com
  • U11 is the first age group where scores and standings are maintained within the league
  • RDYSL requests that multiple teams within an age group from the same club be submitted in different divisions.  First division is the most competitive division and includes teams from larger communities including Greece, Webster, etc.  Fourth and Fifth divisions are the lowest divisions
    • Traditionally, GVBBSC’s youngest age groups play in the lower divisions.  Our teams have been successful in moving up to higher divisions as they get older and become more experienced
    • When entering each team in RDYSL we are required to provide a team history, including the coach’s background and certifications, number of players returning to this travel team, number of players with previous travel experience, number of players new to travel soccer, etc. The club may also indicate a preference for the division that they play in and an explanation as to why it is an appropriate placement.  This information, as well as the profiles of the other teams within the age group is used by RDYSL to assign teams to divisions
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