- wear shin guards, bring a water bottle and ball (with your name on them) - no jewelery Contact Chris Martinez for more information (coach Chris [email protected]) Hope to see you there, Chris Over the past year, a group of concerned Groton and Dunstable residents formed a non-profit charity called GDat PLAY to drive a private fundraising effort for the renovation of the Groton Dunstable Regional High School’s main stadium athletic field.The playing surface within the stadium complex is currently sub-par compared to other similar playing surfaces across the state and visiting teams often refuse to play games on this field as a result of their condition.Inside at Stone Athletic Center if the weather is bad.Sign up at Click the giant green REGISTER NOW button at top of the home page, then find "April Break 3 Day Soccer Clinic“ for the session you want. Dress: - wear cleats for the outside, but *** PLEASE ALSO BRING INDOOR SHOES OR SNEAKERS *** in case we have to go inside.- If the date above is after July 31, 2017 you are NOT REQUIRED to complete a CORI Submission Request.If a date is not present you ARE REQUIRED to complete a CORI Submission Request using the link shown below.For those players U8 and older that tryout and are selected to play on an NEFC World Cup team as well, they will play on teams made up of players from across the region in the New England Premiership League (NEP) which plays the majority of their games on Sundays.
Please join us in investing in this community asset by making a donation today by going to GDATPLAY. And, if you have any additional questions, please reach out to any of us directly or click on this ABOUT US link. GDYSC Board The GDYSC Board is excited to announce that we have joined in a three year cooperative agreement with the New England Futbol Club (NEFC) to create a new NEFC region based out of Groton, Massachusetts and Nashua, New Hampshire.
Until now, there has been no proactive collaboration between our town program and any of these other programs, often leading to conflicting schedules and priorities that forced players and parents to choose between participation in one program or the other on a weekly basis.
Through this collaboration, the three entities will work closely together to minimize conflicts between the various programs, provide local facilities for training and games, and encourage player participation in both their GDYSC and NEFC World Cup weekly training sessions and games.
The GDYSC Pre-K to Grade 2 level teams will continue to play in-town and our Grade 3/4 to Grade 11/12 teams will continue to play locally in the Nashoba Valley Youth Soccer League.
All GDYSC games for players on our Pre K to Grade 7/8 teams will continue to be on Saturdays.