Top 10 Reasons To Play Indoor Soccer

1. Fitness – Indoor soccer develops three fitness systems: (a) the ATP (Adenosine Tri Phosphate) System for short bursts of speed and power: (b) fire lactic acid system for intermediate power, and (c) the aerobic system for endurance. Indoor soccer utilizes all three systems to a high degree, thereby providing a well-rounded program of fitness…

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Safety First and Foremost

Safety is Priority #1 We strictly enforce many important policies to help keep your child safe. Every attempt is made to create teams that are equal in terms of talent & age; and players can’t “play down” (see Division Eligibility above). Coach photos are required 3rd-8th grades for game-day passes, which are required to ensure…

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Volunteers Needed

MAL Soccer is run 100% by volunteers: YOUR program depends on YOUR assistance. Please volunteer as a head or assistant coach. You would need to supply a picture (3rd-8th grades), sign Code of Conduct forms, and take a Rutgers SAFETY Clinic. You also need to take annually the “Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports” online…

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