Friday, November 30, 2012
The Medfield Youth Soccer on-line store is open now through Dec. 7 for holiday orders.
Looking for the perfect gift for a soccer player (or parent) this year? The Medfield Youth Soccer holiday on-line store can help. Medfield Soccer has again partnered with locally owned business, Chilly Bears, to offer soccer apparel for the holidays. The address is www.medfieldsoccer.org. The site offers some favorite products from last year -- like hoodies and flannel pajamas -- as well as some new items. The new items for this year include an all-weather jacket, a winter hat, a coach's polo shirt, and a Medfield Soccer backpack (with player name and logo on it). Some key information regarding the store: Proceeds generated for Medfield Soccer will be used in a couple of areas around basic funding of the program (equipment, …
Friday, November 9, 2012
Local group collects gently-used soccer equipment and shares with players less fortunate.
Got equipment? Specifically, gently-used soccer equipment? Sean Conroy of Medfield is collecting soccer equipment for a group called I Want to Play, Inc. (in Milford) which then shares the equipment with kids in Kenya as part of the U.S. Soccer Foundation's Passback Program. Equipment -- cleats, shin guards, socks, shirts, shorts, balls, etc. -- can be left in front of the soccer shed at Wheelock during the day on Saturday, Nov. 10. Conroy will then deliver them to Milford. You can contact "firstname.lastname@example.org," if you need someone to pick up the equipment. According to the organization's website, I Want to Play, Inc. is a Non-Profit 501 ©3 youth sports foundation dedicated to enhancing the well-being of children living …
Monday, October 15, 2012
The tournament brought out 385 Medfield soccer players who took the field in costume.
Nothing could dampen the spirits of the soccer enthusiasts playing in this year's 3v3 Soccer Tournament. The annual event was hosted by Medfield Soccer and was held at the Wheelock School on Sunday. It is Medfield Soccer's largest fundraiser. All proceeds go to help the organization. Children in grades 1-8 were divided into two groups. The morning group consisted of boys in grades 4-8 and girls in grades 5-8, while the afternoon group consisted of grades 1-3 boys and grades 1-4 females. Organizer Mark Tarallo said 385 players turned out for this event (some teams had four players instead of three) and a good time was had by all. Check out our photo gallery to see all the great costumes and some pretty good soccer moves! And feel free to…
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Registration is still open for Sunday's tournament.
Community Invitation... Who: Everyone welcome, spectators encouraged What: 17th Annual 3v3 Soccer Tournament -- Medfield Youth Soccer players in grades 1-7 play soccer dressed in their best Halloween costumes Where: Wheelock School, Elm Street When: Sunday, Oct. 14. Two Sessions: 8:30 a.m. to noon, and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Why: This is Medfield Soccer's largest annual fundraiser What to wear: Need costume ideas? Here are some photos from last year's event. RSVP: Not necessary. For more information, visit the Medfield Youth Soccer website or email Medfield3v3@gmail.com PS: Check back on Monday to view our 3v3 photo gallery where you can also add your own photos from the event!
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Find Medfield Soccer attire for great gifts during the holidays at Medfield Soccer's online store.
Medfield Soccer recently announced a select number of new items available for the holidays at its online store, Chilly Bears. "Our partner, Chilly Bears, has developed a line of items for purchase with guaranteed delivery for Christmas," said John Thompson, a board member of Medfield Soccer. "The store has flannel PJs, t-shirts and hoodies." Customers can place orders through Dec. 14. Items can be shipped via UPS or can be picked up on Dec. 23 from 10 a.m. to noon at a home in Medfield. If you have any questions regarding the store contact Thompson at email@example.com. "Medfield Soccer wishes you and your family a happy and safe holiday season," Thompson said.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Four hundred Medfield boys and girls in grades four through eight participated in the annual soccer event this past Sunday. The event is Medfield Soccer's largest fundraiser of the year.
This past Sunday, 400 students in grades four through eight hit the Wheelock soccer fields – in costume – for the annual Medfield 3v3 Tournament, which is Medfield Soccer’s largest fundraiser of the year. The children registered in teams of three (and all playing abilities) and each team played three 30-minute games against other teams of three in their same age group. While this form of soccer is reported by United States 3v3 Soccer as the “fastest growing soccer format” in the United States, Medfield’s event is ever-popular, in part, because most children play in costume. Fifth graders Rachel Tatro, Katelyn Malvese, and Katy Enos made up the team “Sesame Street Zombies.” “I love 3v3,” said Tatro, who dressed as Cookie Monster Zombie. “It…