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CADENCE
RECREATIONAL

YEAR ROUND PROGRAM WITH CADENCE SFC

We play it, coach it, talk about it, watch it, breathe it, and simply love it.  We want to share all of it with the players, coaches, and families of the soccer community.

"MAGIC COMES

WITH DEDICATION"

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CADENCE REC

The Cadence - Rec (Recreational) is the first step of our soccer programs and do not require tryouts – anyone can join the program. From U4 until U12 from ALL levels there will be a mix of kids that have never played, those that have only limited experience with the game and those that have been playing several seasons. The emphasis is on FUN, developing good sportsmanship, learning the ins & outs of the game of soccer and futsal and fostering an appreciation for the game towards our DOC Zego’s methodology. Futsal and Soccer contribute to the well-being of children by engaging them in the sport while teaching them basic movements. At this introductory level, the objective is to get moving, to keep active and learn the basics of our DOC Zego’s legacy!

We have 4 to 6 seasons throughout the year; Seasons will be of 8 weeks each. 

16 trainings + 8 home game days, total of 24 sessions per season. 

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WHAT'S INCLUDED

Players and Teams will be separated based on age and skill levels determined by the Cadence - Recreational Program Director.  

FALL | WINTER | SUMMER | SPRING with 8 weeks sessions!​ Training once a week and 1 day of home games as well.

.:.8 or 6 Weeks Program!

Trainings - Every Tuesday from 4:45pm to 5:45PM 

Home Games - Every Saturday from 9 to 10AM 

This is NOT part of our TRAVEL | ACADEMY club.

Price includes a training t-shirt | game jersey for the NEW PLAYERS. All players must wear Cadence Gear at trainings. No exception.

Extra gears can be purchased at our online store. Siblings Discounts apply: Siblings = 5% off

.:. (The program could be postponed to a following week due to the numbers of players registered)

NOW IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE JOLIET PARK DISTRICT 

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