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Spring 2017 Pre-K Registration Is Now Open!

pre-kOnce again Milton Youth Soccer has partnered with UK Elite to offer our PRE-K program, this program is for children who of the ages of 3 and 4.  This program is running for 7 weeks and is designed to introduce your child into the world of Milton Soccer.  The program focuses on the ABC’s of soccer and fun fantasy based games.

Spaces are VERY limited for this program.  Once the program is full we will not be able to add any more players. Please follow the link below to register.

If you have any questions please contact David Hamilton, ( Milton Youth Soccer’s Player development officer for more information.

Click here to register!

High School aged Player Registration for Spring 2017

Hello friends and families of Milton Soccer!  It’s time to play Spring Soccer!

Registration is now open for all High School aged soccer players looking for an opportunity to play this spring. The season runs for eight games starting April 23rd.  Games will be played on Sunday afternoon, times TBD at this point. Fun for all levels of play.

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay in shape, improve your skills and have fun this spring.


Pre-K through 5th Grade Indoor Soccer Clinics

indoorUK Elite and Milton Youth Soccer are pleased to present our upcoming winter indoor programs.  We are running classes for PRE-K, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th grade.  The dates for these are age-dependent and will take place on Sundays beginning the 8th of January at Cunningham, and Collicot elementary school gymnasiums.

Please find the following detailed schedule of events with locations:

Sundays January 8th, 22nd, 29th and February 5th, 12th: 

PreK:  8:00-9:00am at Cunningham 

Kindergarten & 1st Grade:  8:00-9:00am at Collicot

K2 World Cup 2016

Milton Soccer are happy to announce the schedule for K2 World Cup 2016!!  As you know, November 12th is our last weekend of the K2 program, and in keeping with recent tradition we will run a World Cup event that has the kids playing multiple games and enjoying the day.

Please find the linked game schedules for each age group below.  UK Elite staff will have copies and can direct teams to the correct field.  They will also be in charge of the timing of the event.  We are setting each game with a time limit of 20 minutes which should allow the games to be enjoyable for the players and ensure that parents are not moving every 5 minutes.

Please review the schedules, find your countries and encourage your teams and families to paint up, gear up, and make some noise for your tournament nations!  Let us know if you have any questions about World Cup Weekend.


Revolution's Juan Agudelo at Kelly Field!



On Wednesday the 19th, New England Revolution forward and leading goal scorer Juan Agudelo joined Milton Soccer players, friends and families at Kelly Field for a meet and greet, autographs, pictures and more!

Juan also plays for the US Men's National Team where he has 21 appearances and 3 goals.  At the age of 17, Juan scored the game winner in his debut in South Africa in November of 2010 becoming the youngest goal scorer in USMNT history.

Milton Soccer's U-12 Blaze had a special visitor to their practice yesterday!  Juan chatted with the girls about life as a professional soccer player, signed autographs and posed for photos.  Everyone in attendance had a great time!

Milton Soccer at Revolution "Train with the Pros Clinic!"

Milton FC @ Empower FieldhouseIt was a night to remember for four lucky Milton Soccer Third Grade Travel teammates as they and other kids from New England Revolution Youth Soccer Partners took part in the Revs' "Train with the Pros" clinic on Wednesday, October 5th!

The youth soccer players participated in a 60 minute training session with Revolution Academy coaches and Revs first-team players.

Third grader Lucas Ilzarbe said that it was "a great honor" to be given this opportunity to represent Milton Youth Soccer in the group of over 100 youth soccer players from around New England and train with Revs players and Revolution Academy coaches.

After the training, the players participated in a Q&A session with Revs first team players; Forward Steve Neumann, Midfielder Scott Caldwell, Goalkeeper Brad Knighton, and Defenders Darrius Barnes & London Woodberry -who even signed autographs for everyone!

Milton Soccer's Pierce Middle School Program


Pierce Middle School and Milton Soccer have joined together to start a Middle School Soccer Program in the Fall of 2016.  Pierce Soccer is open to all 6th-8th grade Pierce Middle School students with or without soccer playing experience. It will provide a combination of:

  • Skills training
  • In-house tournaments
  • Local competition

Training will be provided by Pierce coaches with the assistance of a professional soccer coach. This is an 8-week program that will meet twice per week.  Pierce Principal Dr. Spaulding states that this program will start the week of September 26th.  Registration forms will go out next week.  100 "pre-registrations" that were sent out last year to gauge interest have been filed.

Fun Training Video

As the fall season nears closer, kids (particulaly the ones who can't wait to get back out there!) may want to start getting their feet moving and begin practicing on their own.  Here is a nice little six minute K2-based video that can be useful for all ages.  It builds on basic soccer fundementals like touches and control and is a great little workout as well.  

Build a Soccer Champion in Your Own Yard

kidsHave you ever watched youth soccer games and noticed a few players who really stood out as talented? Did you watch with amazement as they dribbled through the crowd of defenders and then finished with that perfect shot?

The fact is that all sports, not just soccer, have certain athletes that just seem to amaze us. We as parents want our kids to develop as well, but how do we start? How do we get them to improve? The answer may be right outside your window in your back yard.

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