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September 10, 2014 07:56 PM

Indiana Soccer is pleased with the first weekend of the fall 2014 ISL season.  The organization worked diligently in the last two months to put together calendar meetings, fields and referees to serve over 800 teams from U10 to U14 boys and girls clubs.  
“It was exciting to officially begin the fall 2014 season, and watching the U10 players I observed at the Lawrence Complex, the players were just as excited.” ISL Commissioner George Perry stated.  “We appreciate all the support we have received from all the clubs to kick of this season.  Best of luck to all the teams.” Perry concluded.
This year, Indiana Soccer would like to specially thank the inclusion of over 290 U-10 teams for allowing the association to create an environment that can not only provide a structure to play the beautiful game of soccer, but also to do it in a way that will enhance their development as a soccer player and individual.
Indiana Soccer kicked off the season this past weekend with over 490 games at 46 locations across the state of Indiana, involving over 5,000 players, 1000 coaches, 1000 referees, 1000 team managers and administrators.   This would not be possible with the support, patience and understanding of all those that work for this to be possible.
Once again, Indiana Soccer is thankful with depositing your trust in the organization and looks forward to continue providing the best possible resources to deliver a positive experience to participants.
To see some of the best moments of the U-10 players, click on the following link: ISL U-10