Expect this program to be filled with energy and imagination! This 8-week coed instructional program, is designed to introduce the fundamentals of soccer. The first four weeks of the program will focus on developing basic skills — such as dribbling, passing, and shooting. During the last four weeks, the participants will play non-competitive games in addition to learning and practicing soccer fundamentals. This 8-week coed recreational soccer program, held on Monday and Thursday evenings, is designed to develop and instruct 6- to 9-year-olds on the fundamentals of soccer through skill development, competition, and games. The first three weeks will consist of practices on Monday and Thursday.
Football - Washington School
More than 30 Greenville Youth Football Camp participants learned the proper techniques for tackling during drills on Tuesday at Greenville High School. The three-day camp, which concludes today, is for students entering grades in the school year. This young camper takes his turn with the tackling dummy on Tuesday during the Greenville Youth Football Camp. More than 30 kids entering grades participated in the three-day event, which concludes today, at Greenville High School. The fifth-grade group brings it in for a chant before taking a break from the heat on Tuesday during the Greenville Youth Football Camp.
Fall Baseball is designed for children ages interested in playing youth recreational baseball and learning the fundamentals of baseball. The fall baseball league is developmental, scores and standings are not kept. Players play in the age group they will play in spring league rising 9 year old will play in minor league even though they are still technically 8.
Greenville County Rec honors the stand-out performers from a very successful season. Greenville County Rec offers Youth Football, overseeing the league and scheduling games. However, individual player registration and team placements are handled through Youth Associations in the Greenville area. Below you can find more details on registration, costs, local Youth Associations, and more.