Season Kickoff!!!

After 10 months without DS soccer, we are finally BACK! And we owe a huge THANK YOU to all to all our coaches for persevering through the meetings, the new rules, the CORI/SafeSport (!), the helplines, etc. etc.

Please remember these games are for the kids. DS coaches and parents in general have a very good reputation for civil behavior during games. Let's keep it that way!

EVERYTHING is different this year, so be patient with the refs and the kids. Enjoy it! We have ALL certainly earned it!

Season Kickoff!!!

For those BAYS coaches (grades 3-8) who were not able to attend the September 8th Coaches Meeting, the link to the recording is available here. (password wJ4usvmj)

For those PreK-2 coaches who were not able to attend the September 15th Coaches Meeting, the link to the recording is available here. (password az$hZ9=T)

The presentation from both meetings are attached below.

Mass Youth Soccer has provided some physical distancing practice plans here.

Why Town Soccer?

We asked some former Dover-Sherborn Soccer Club Players, "What did playing town soccer mean to you?"

Cerys Balmer “Although club soccer has taught me skills and techniques, town soccer has taught me passion and brought me friendships that will last forever.”

Cerys Balmer, Commit to play for Holy Cross, Class of 2024




Riley Correll  "To me, Dover Sherborn Soccer was much more than just an after-school sport. It was where I learned to be a good teammate. Playing on the same team as my friends from school gave me an amazing foundation to continue as an athlete when I graduated from DSHS. Although I didn't play competitive soccer after 8th grade, that foundation helped me find success in other sports."

  Riley Correll, Skidmore College Swim Team, Class of 2023


Sam Dawley  "The best part about town soccer is the ability for everybody to play, no background required. You get to compete with people who you never would have met otherwise. Dover Sherborn Soccer gave me a love of team sports and a start on leading a healthy life."

 Sam Dawley, avid Triathlete, Johns Hopkins Class of 2023



Adam Fam  "Two of the key ingredients to be a successful soccer player are teammate camaraderie and competition. The DS soccer club fosters both and was a springboard for me honing my skills in club and high school soccer."

Adam Fam, Commit to play soccer at Colgate University, Class of 2024


DS Soccer a TOPSoccer Program! Open to participants from any town, ages 1-15 years old. 

TOPSoccer Fall 2019

We also need volunteer buddies – 8th-12th grade, to help support our athletes!! We have videotaped the training that took place and will make it available for volunteers.