Recreational soccer for all Girls and Boys players ages U4 through U19
(Birth dates between 1/1/04 and 8/31/2019)
Program Cost - Early registration fee of $150
After 7/15, cost to play is $175.
To determine your child’s age group click here for a link to the 2022-23 Age Group Matrix. The Intramural program relies on volunteer coaches for all teams-please register as assistant or head coach and join the fun with your player!
FALL 2022 Intramural DATES
Games scheduled to begin September 10th.
Season ends the weekend of October 29th and 30th.
Girls will play Saturday, 10/29 and Boys will play Sunday, 10/30
- U4-U7 small-sided games play at Richboro Elementary
- U8-U19 play at the Old Richboro Middle School and Northampton Civic Center.
U4 Coed - 10:15 am
U5 Girls - 10:15 am
U5 Boys - 9:00 am
U6 Girls - 11:30 am
U6 Boys - 9:00 am
U7 Girls - 11:30 am
U7 Boys - 12:45 pm
U8 Girls - 10:30 am
U8 Boys - 9:00 am
U10/U9 Girls - 1:00 pm
U10/U9 Boys - 2:30 pm
U12/U11 Girls - 12:00 noon
U12/U11 Boys - 1:30 pm
U14/U13 Girls - 10:30 am
U14/U13 Boys - 12:00 noon
U19 (HS) Girls - 1:30 pm
U19 (HS) Boys - 3:00 pm
Intramural Program OVERVIEW
The CRUSA Intramural program is for U4-U19 Boys & Girls who are interested in recreational play. The goals of the Intramural program are to develop an interest in soccer, introduce basic soccer skills and have fun! At the younger ages, the emphasis should be exclusively on having fun, learning the basics of the game and getting all players involved in the game. As players get older, having fun is still the number one priority but keeping score and having referees become part of the routine. All players and parents are reminded that player development and enjoying the game are what intramurals is all about. Always support and cheer your child’s effort and involvement and not just the results.
Overview of Intramural program:
Games start the first Saturday after Labor Day.
Games are scheduled to start in late March or early April (weather dependent).
CRUSA relies on volunteers to coach Intramural teams. The intramural program is the largest program within CRUSA. Approximately 1,100 children play in the fall season and approximately 800 children play in the spring season. Therefore, the need for coaches is substantial. Training is provided for coaches prior to and during each season. CRUSA welcomes new and experienced coaches into the Intramural Program. Volunteer Background Check Process
CRUSA provides a shirt and socks for each child participating in the Intramural Program. Parents are expected to provide shorts, adequate footwear (sneakers or soccer cleats) and shin guards.
Registration fee refunds are considered on an individual basis and Administrative fees will be applied for dropped registrations. In general, once the season begins no refunds are given. Late fees are not refundable.