Volunteers Needed

Our program would not be possible without the help of volunteer parents and community members. We’re in need of more parent volunteers, so please consider being a part of this rewarding experience. The level of involvement is up to you – it could be as little as one evening practice or one hour on Saturdays…

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Track and Field Meet Information

MAL intra-squad meets will be held on Saturdays, April 9 to June 4. Athletes will compete against teammates in their grade level in track and field events, including 100 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters, 800 meters, long jump, and more. Participation in meets is strongly encouraged, but not mandatory. Athletes should wear their MAL track…

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Track and Field Parent Checklist

Track athletes can wear regular running shoes – special track shoes or spikes aren’t necessary. Please make sure the shoes fit properly and are sturdy and not worn-down. If your child has had prior biomechanical issues with running, they may benefit from getting a running gait analysis to determine the proper type of running shoe…

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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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General Schedule (all grades)

General Schedule For Games & Practices Specific game schedules will be available in late Aug. The weekday you practice will be determined in late July by your coach (1st-8th grades). We combine two grades per division (1st-8th grades). “Pre-K Kickers,” Three-Year Olds (Pre-K Boys & Girls): No formal games. Practice: Sat, 1:00-2:00pm, Fieldstone, Sept 7…

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Rules and Regulations

About NWBSA, nwbsa.org Montvale (3rd-8th grades) is one of 23 member towns that make up the Northwest Bergen Soccer Association. We participate in league play each fall against other NWBSA towns, which includes Allendale, Fair Lawn, Franklin Lakes, Glen Rock, Hasbrouck Heights, Hawthorne, Ho-Ho-Kus/Saddle River, Mahwah, Maywood, Midland Park, North Haledon, Oakland, Paramus, Park Ridge,…

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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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Athletes Code of Conduct

1. Listen to your Coaches – they will help you to learn and have fun! 2. Attend all practices – Work hard to improve your skills 3. Be a Team Player – get along and support your teammates. 4. No cursing – No FIGHTING – No taunting. 5. Learn teamwork, sportsmanship and discipline. 6. Be…

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