Recreation, Play

PLAY IS A VOLUNTEER PROGRAM, VOLUNTEER COACHES AND FIELD SUPERVISORS WILL BE NEEDED

Fremont YSC Play is the program that caters for the needs of the recreational player, the program where play is most important.

The current youth sports landscape has players pushed in to overly structured sessions, with loads of cones and line drills, stifling the individuals attempts to be creative in their thinking, limit their spontaneous problem solving ability, and turn youth sport in to a boring organized chore.


Fremont YSC Play focuses on the need for FREE PLAY, an opportunity for players to love the sport, be safe, and play.

“Play in all its forms is the right of every child. Activities that employ and teach safe and inclusive play and sport are tools to improve children’s lives”. UNICEF

In child development play is a huge component through the early stages of growth, so much so that is a right of every child to have free play –

United Nations High Commision for Human Rights, General Assembly Resolution, 1989


At Fremont YSC we have the program, that provides the safety, and freedom for children to play through the medium of soccer.

Fremont YSC Play (U4 to U6)
• Volunteer and High School Players supervise sessions
• Environment for players to play freely
• Develops social skills, and physical wellbeing
• Emphasis on fun, participation, social interaction, and self discovery with movements to assist in motor development
• Freedom to express themselves in a low pressure environment, resulting in creative problem solving
• Fun games played to a story line, from going on a pirate adventure, to taking soccer dog for a walk passed the sleeping giant!

U4 to U5 (Born 2015 to 2014) – Click Here

U6 (Born 2013) – Click Here


Fremont YSC Play (U8)
• Volunteer and High School Players supervise sessions
• Environment for players to play freely
• Develops social skills, and physical wellbeing
• Emphasis on fun, participation, learning through play
• Freedom to express themselves in a low pressure environment, resulting in creative problem solving
• A skill of the week will be taught to players before breaking off in to small sided games

U8 (Born 2012, 2011)- Click Here


Fremont YSC (U10 to U14)

  • Volunteer Coaches
  • Age appropriate curriculum with free play session and weekend game
  • Play for your district
  • Develops social skills, and physical wellbeing
  • Emphasis on fun, participation, learning through play
  • Freedom to express themselves in a low pressure environment, resulting in creative problem solving

U10 to U14 (Born 2010 to 2005) – Click Here