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Millstone Twp. Rec - 2015 Millstone Fall Soccer late fee begins August 15


Open to Millstone Township children Grades K - 12

Practice begins September 8 (weekdays)

Games – Saturdays, September 19 to November 7

Brandywine Soccer Complex

Registration Fee: $50

Late Fee: Beginning August 15 a $30 late fee
                          will be enforced per registration.

Millstone Recreation grade 3-8 girls & boys divisions will play in cross-town leagues competing against neighboring towns. Travel is limited to the surrounding communities such as Allentown, Hopewell, Hamilton, and Robbinsville.   Games will be played on Saturday mornings at Brandywine Soccer Complex, Mark Harbout Soccer Complex, Hamilton, Hopewell Valley or Robbinsville.

 Travel is required for grades 3-8. 

A one hour weekday practice will be held at Brandywine Soccer Complex each week.


Soccer Buddies
Special Needs 

Open to Millstone Township Boys and Girls grades K – 8

45 minute session   Saturday Mornings 9:00-9:45
Dates:  September 19- October 31 

Brandywine Soccer 50.00
(Players may wear sneakers or soccer cleats, shin guards are
recommended but not required)

Uniform Jersey, shorts & socks to all registered players!

Mini Maestro Fall Soccer

Grades:  Girls & Boys ages 4 - 5 (must be 4 by Sept. 10, 2010)

Date:  Tuesdays, -  September 15 October 27
Times:  12:45-1:30 p.m.  
Date: Saturdays - September 19 - October 31
Times:  9:00 - 9:45 a.m.

Location:   Brandywine Soccer Fields

Registration Fee: $50 

Team tee shirt will be provided.

(Players may wear sneakers or soccer cleats, shin guards are
recommended but not required)


All Volunteers must be finger printed and background check every (3) years.
For certification Information, contact the Recreation Office at 732-917-2954.


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