ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- The Robbinsville Soccer Association (RSA) is kicking-off several programs for kids to get back on the field after months of being cooped up at home during the almost yearlong health pandemic. The league will once again partner with the New York Red Bulls soccer team professionals and follow their approach to player development. 

The Spring Soccer Skills clinics are open to soccer players in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. It includes nine weekly skills clinics that would begin on April 12 and be conducted by professionals from the Red Bulls coaches. As with the same skills clinics youth soccer athletes who are "looking to take their game to the next level" will have the opportunity to try-out for a competitive RSA Travel Soccer Team.

For the Spring Soccer Skills clinics, players in grades pre-k through second would pay $130 for 60-minute sessions; while players in grades three through 8 would pay $160 for the 90-minues sessions. 

RSA also will be holding tryouts for Spring Travel Soccer teams for girls (born 2014 through 2009) and boys (2014 through 2006).  Elite teams area available fo U12 players and older. These tryouts will be held between March 29 and April 8.   

Finally, pre-travel pre-registration also is now open for the Spring Fall 2021 Travel Soccer program for boys and girls born in 2013 and 2014.  This program is geared toward players looking to start travel soccer in the Fall. These 12 weekly sessions will be held at Community Park located at West Manor Way and Gordon Road in Robbinsville beginning the week of March 22.  The cost of this program is $200 per player. 

For more information on all of these programs, visit the Robbinsville Soccer Association at www.rsasoccer.com or email RSAsoccerteams@gmail.com

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