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Intramurals are for Pre-K through 4th grade players that are placed on teams based on their birth year.  Teams are formed in late August and play 8 games during Fall and 8 games during Spring.  All games are played at Burr Intermediate School on Sundays with varied start times each week.  The Fall 2018 dates are 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4 and 11/11. The cost is $220 for the first child ($195 for each additional child) and covers the cost of both Fall and Spring.

For Fall 2018-Spring 2019, our five intramural divisions are…

U5 “Pee Wee” (Coed) - Born in 2014
U6 “Pee Wee” - Born in 2013
U7 “A1” - Born in 2012
U8 “A2” - Born in 2011
U9 / U10 “B” - Born in 2009-2010

Intramural registration is currently closed but may open up again in March for Spring only registrants.


Travel teams starting in Fall 18 are for players from U8 (born in 2011) to U19 (born in 2000).  Teams were formed in late June after a series of mandatory informational meetings for parents and tryouts for players.  The cost for registration was $295 per player. At minimum, teams will play a Fall and Spring league season with half their games at home and half their games away at various opponents. Teams play in Long Island Junior Soccer League, New York Club Soccer League and/or Eastern Development Program Soccer. Many teams also play in tournaments, cup competitions and sometimes train and play games indoor during winter as well. Costs vary by team.

Registration is currently closed but will open again for a new round of tryouts taking place in June 19 for Fall 19 play.  Legacy information still available to review here

Shooting Stars

Shooting Stars is a developmental program that introduces our youngest future players to the fun of soccer.  This highly rated program is run by professional trainers with experience instructing young players.

This program is for players born in 2014 or 2015.

The cost is $75 per player and it runs for 7 weeks.

Fall 2018 sessions started Thursday 9/20 and continued on the following Tuesdays 9/25, 10/2, 10/9, 10/16, 10/23 & 10/30.

Times were:

430pm-515pm for players born in 2015
520pm-605pm for players born in 2014

Registration is now closed. Check back for the Spring 19 program.

Pee Wee Developmental Training

Pee Wee Developmental is an instructional training program for players born in 2013 (U6) and 2014 (U5).

Winter training begins on Saturday 1/12 from 100pm-200pm in the Commack High School Main Gym.

Cost is $80 per player for all sessions.

Training Sessions Dates are:

1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23

*Scheduled dates are subject to change and there are no guarantees that cancelled sessions will be made up.

Developmental Training

Developmental is an instructional training program intended for U7-U9 (born 2010-2012) players. Participation in developmental training is required for U7 players that are interested in trying out for a U8 travel team the following season. All training sessions are led by John Bussi.

Winter training begins on Saturday 1/12 in the Commack High School Main Gym.

Boys U8 / U9 (2010-11)

Girls U8 / U9 (2010-11)

Boys & Girls U7 (2012)

Training Sessions Dates are:
1/12, 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23

Scheduled dates are subject to change. Cancellations due to inclement weather will be announced at least 1 hour prior to the scheduled time and posted on our home page.

Top Soccer

The Special Children’s Soccer Program of the Long Island Junior Soccer League is for those children with mental and/or physical handicap conditions. This program was initiated to accommodate those children who are not able to participate in a regular or mainstream soccer activity. It provides an opportunity for that child who deviates from the average or normal child in mental, physical or social characteristics to such an extent that he or she requires modified educational practices and services in order to develop to his or her maximum capacity.


Teams need parents to volunteer for key roles like intramural coach, travel team parent administrator, treasurer, team mom and more.  Commack Soccer also provides opportunities for teams to earn money towards training by helping with field setup duties.  

Hardship Relief Fund

Youth soccer players unable to participate in the Commack Soccer League Youth Soccer program due to financial reasons may qualify for a registration scholarship only as a means of financial assistance. Within certain limits of our league, we are able to provide financial assistance for registration only to those who qualify.

Code of Conduct &
No Tolerance Policy

Commack Soccer has issued guidelines for parents, players and guests, regarding behavior at all Team/Club events.  There's also a No Tolerance Policy.