RECREATIONAL SOCCER

Sign-ups for Fall season
Recreational Program

May 5th - July 7th
U6 - U16 Boys and Girls
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CGSA is actively involved with the City of Savannah (fall league) and Chatham County (spring league) in facilitating the recreational soccer program for our Georgia district. CGSA recreational teams are not handpicked, but instead are grouped by age to learn, develop and train for the shear enjoyment of the game or as a springboard to participate in CGSAs select soccer program.

Currently in the recreational program, the U-6s, U-8s and U-10 boys/coed leagues are "in-house," meaning all games are in Savannah. To improve the quality and competitiveness of all other age groups, U-10 girls and U-12s through U-16s participate in a regional scheduling format. The region includes CGSA, the two other Savannah-based clubs (Raiders Soccer Club and Savannah Magic) as well as teams from the district/regional clubs from Effingham, Hilton Head S.C., Hilton Head United, Jesup, KingsBay and Richmond Hill. Games are home and home with the regional participants. Of the other teams in our district, recreational teams from Hinesville and Statesboro currently play "in-house" only, teams from Waycross play in a south-central Georgia league, and teams from Golden Isles and Camden County participate in the North Florida league. Regional clubs predominantly play in-house with U-10 boys/coed and all U-8s and younger.

With 100 recreational teams, CGSA has the largest recreational soccer program in the district as well as in Savannah. With the participation of the regional organizations, we provide a recreational program that can serve our youth essentially through high school. Of CGSAs over 1,100 registered players, approximately 83% participate in the recreational program.

CGSA distinguishes itself by providing Savannahs youth with the opportunity to either  use the recreational program as a springboard to participate in CGSAs select program or, depending on the desires of the child/parents, continue to build skills and enjoy the sport in the recreational format through high school.