The mission of the Brockport Soccer Club is to promote competitive youth soccer in a fun, safe, and positive environment. We support the education and development of players, parents, and coaches throughout Brockport, Clarkson, Hamlin, Sweden, and the sur
 
 
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Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much much more. Check back frequently for the latest information about our club.
Sweden Town Park, Fields 5 & 6 closed for remainder of Season

Sweden Town Park Fields 5 & 6 closed for remainder of season to give them an opportunity to redevelop.


by posted 07/28/2014
Age Appropriate Policy Update
Brockport Blizzard Soccer Club believes most players will develop better at their age appropriate level than at an age level above. We believe this most strongly for all players through the completion of the U12 playing experience.  As such, effective for the 2014 season and forward, players must play at their age appropriate level as dictated by the Rochester District Youth Soccer League “Age Matrix” through the completion of the U12 age level.  At the U13 age level and above, players may try-out for teams for which they are  "age appropriate" or “grade appropriate.” However, any player who is rostered on any 2013 team as a “grade appropriate” player, may be allowed to continue to choose if they would like to try-out for future teams as a “grade appropriate” or “age appropriate” player.  Notwithstanding all of this, the Club has final determination on player placement to allow for the formation of teams and development of the most players possible through all levels of play." 

by posted 07/08/2013
Prevent injury and Enhance Performance (PEP)
The Brockport Soccer Club’s mission is to promote competitive youth soccer in a fun, safe, and positive environment.  Keeping players healthy is a crucial part of fulfilling that mission, yet in youth sports we are faced with a near epidemic of knee injuries, especially among teenage girls. A great deal of study has gone into developing programs that build stronger knees and help prevent these devastating injuries.  We encourage coaches, parents and players to make use of the Prevent injury and Enhance Performance (PEP) warm-ups individually or as a team.

You can download a write-up of the exercises 
and a suggested field layout to help you get started.

Additionally the LA84 Foundation has a website containing training and
educational videos to help explain the program and exercises in more detail.
Check it out here.

by posted 11/25/2011
Field Status
Sweden Town Park #1 - Brockport TBD (10/24) 
Sweden Town Park #2 - Brockport TBD (10/24) 
Sweden Town Park #3 - Brockport TBD (10/24) 
Sweden Town Park #4 - Brockport TBD (10/24) 
Sweden Town Park #5 - Brockport TBD (10/24) 
Sweden Town Park #5a - Brockport TBD (10/24) 
Sweden Town Park #5b - Brockport TBD (10/24) 
Sweden Town Park #6 - Brockport TBD (10/24) 
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