Letter: Thanks for a great spring soccer season

By on June 12, 2014

The Kaneland Soccer Club (KYSO) thanks the soccer community for its help in making a great spring 2014 season.

The club is a volunteer organization bringing recreational and competitive youth soccer to boys and girls ages 4 to 17, with over 150 players participating on 60 teams. Programs include Kaneland Youth Soccer for recreational players and Kaneland United Soccer Club for travel and competitive players. Our coaches, volunteers, parents, sponsors, referees and trainers make this happen and are the key to the kid’s success and enjoyment of the game of soccer.

A special thanks to sponsors and community organizations for their support, including Kaneland School District 302, Sugar Grove Park District, Wireless Zone, Hair Cuttery, The Elburn Herald, Accelerated Rehab, Invisible Fence, Old Second Bank, Hill’s Country Store, Eddie Gaedel Grill & Pub, TeqWorks, Shodeen Homes, American Tree and Turf, Paisano’s Pizza and Grill, Genesis Orthopedics, Rush Copley Convenient Care, Castle Bank and Dick’s Sporting Goods.

Coming this fall, the club’s recreational and travel programs are introducing some great improvements. These include offering the TOPSoccer program for special-needs players free of charge, introducing The Little Knights, a fun introduction to soccer program for 3- and 4-year-olds, and a PreAcademy program, providing players with a high level of skill training and a bridge into the travel program.

The club’s ability to offer soccer for all ages and abilities, reduce the cost of playing and provide a quality player development model and soccer experience is a direct result of the efforts of our local soccer community.

Kaneland Soccer Club is looking forward to starting the fall season in August 2014, and is currently registering recreational players at www.kanelandyouthsoccer.com and travel players at www.kanelandunitedsoccerclub.com.

Sean Carmody
President, Kaneland Youth Soccer