Registration is open for a youth soccer program hosted by the Marble Falls Parks and Recreation Department. Parents have until Feb. 24 to sign up their child in the recreational spring league.
The league is open to boys and girls ages 3-12, regardless of skill level or years of experience. It will field nine divisions, including a co-ed league for 3- and 4-year-olds.
Fees are $75 for residents and $85 for non-residents. The parks department will supply jerseys and socks for games. Shin guards are required.
The eight-game season begins March 18 and will continue no later than May 13. All games will be played on Saturdays.
Practices start as early as March 6. Each team will host two one-hour practices on weeknights throughout the season.
Coaches will scout the league’s talent during Coach Look, a showcase for players to set themselves apart on the pitch via basic drills and fun games. It will be for players ages 7 and older and take place at The Greens soccer complex, 110 Sixth St., on a date to be determined.
Teams in the 7- to 12-year-old divisions will be built by a draft process. Teams in divisions for children 6 and younger will be formed randomly. Requests to play with a friend or a specific coach will be considered in 6-and-under divisions only.
To register your child or sign up as a volunteer coach, visit the Marble Falls Parks and Recreation Department website.