Welcome to Prospect Lake Soccer Club
Welcome! Our new website was reimagined in January 2021 and includes program information and practice times for Players, volunteering opportunities and FAQ’s for Parents, how to become a Referee and Coach, our Sponsors, and Club Contacts and information. The next phase of updates will build on this and provide more transparency with Board minutes and notices of meetings. We continue to strive on our journey of community engagement and celebration.
Serving Our Soccer Community Since 1960
In 1972 the first Executive was formed and player registration was $5.00! The first post-season Invitational Tournament that we have on record took place on April 7, 1973, when teams from Divisions IV-X took part. In the period from 1978 to 1983, an Invitational Tournament was held on the Thanksgiving long weekend. These tournaments have now been replaced by our post-season Mini Tournament, which is played in late March or early April each year.
In 1977, the main field at Prospect Lake was made into an “all weather” field and the lights erected. This was accomplished with donations of equipment and materials from local contractors and by utilizing work parties.
(Special thanks to Adriano Sumberac for supplying a look into our history, more to come with the development of our website)
Corporate sponsonsorhips assist to offset the operating costs of our youth programs. With thousands of visitors to both our Layritz Field and website throughout the year, we feel you will get a tremendous amount of recognition and visibility for your investment – and you will be helping us to continue making a positive impact on our community!
Coaching is one of the hearts of our Club, thank you to all our Coaches! Interested in coaching, learn more about what’s involved.
What we do
Development is the core of our Club and that doesn’t just happen in the fall and winter. Many additional opportunities and currently under development with our new technical director, Ryan McCurdy, stay tuned for some exciting announcements on programming. As community and soccer advocates, there is often other offerings happening at Layritz Turf. Members are always in the know. Have an idea for a community event? Contact us, we’d love to hear from you!
Our technical director, Ryan McCurdy, is involved in youth training from the moment your child steps on the field until they graduate. You’ll see him at Little Kickers on Saturday mornings and at the turf running drills every night. Ryan is new to Prospect Lake Soccer Club (Summer 2021) and he’s looking forward to his involvement and development of soccer in our area. He and his technical team know their stuff and are committed to bringing out the best player they can be. And the best part, it’s all included with your registration.
We train our coaches so that our youth can have successful seasons. Are you thinking about coaching? Our Coaches Corner page is under development but there’s some information there on what’s involved. Studies show that parent participation in activities increases their love of the sport and continued participation into adulthood.
Programs at PlSC
Regular Fall Season Line-up
From U5 to U18 and beyond, we have youth in all levels at Prospect Lake Soccer Club. Assessments are necessary for some of our teams so that we can ensure that your child is placed on the correct team so register early!
School Break Programs
Pro-D Days, Spring Break an Summer Camps keep your child in touch with the ball and growing in the sport.
Season End Celebrations
Our regular fall season ends around the mid-March and we look for ways to celebrate the season with our younger teams, usually following their last practice. For our competitive players, we finish the season off with an awards ceremony at the Clubhouse recognizing coach, player and team achievements.
If you are a Graduating Youth player there are number of options available to you to so you can continue to play the “Beautiful Game”. PLSC is here to assist you with a positive transition from Youth to Adult soccer.