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Update 6/24

Hey everyone! Just wanted to throw out another update.

The state has started to reopen and it looks like recreational soccer will be good to start by mid to late July. We’re in talks with the venues and will keep you posted when we have a confirmed date.

Our safety protocols and precautions are almost finished and will have those posted soon. Safety is our biggest priority and we want to make sure that our players and staff feel safe to return.

Stay safe and we’ll talk to you soon!

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Youth Soccer Summer Clinics

Gotham is excited to offer coaching clinics to players of all ages during the ongoing pandemic. These sessions will offer a safer way to get involved in the sport and opportunity for kids (or adults if you'd like) to get more hands on training.

We are offering flexible programming. For anyone interested, please contact to discuss where and when we can offer a custom program for yourself, your child, or your group. Training sessions will be held at Lower Millcrest Park.  We are willing to offer a program for any skill level and happy to build something that makes sense for each individual or group.

We will be abiding by all necessary precautions to protect ourselves and yourself or child. This will include the coach wearing masks, disinfecting all equipment before and after practice, maintaining a 6ft distance, and asking that you don't touch any equipment except for the ball to eliminate as many touch points as possible.

The following dates are currently available for scheduling:

June 22nd- 25th

July 6th - 9th

July 12th - 16th

July 19th - 23rd

July 27th - 30th

Aug 3rd - 5th


$15/individual for 1v1 session

$10/individual for group sessions

Contact to book, or for any further questions. If interested in joining the coaching staff, give us a shout!

Coach and Director - Andrew Shroll

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5/28 Update

Hey Everyone!

It’s been a crazy few months, to say the least! As things are starting to return to normal, we figured we would give an update.

Our top priority is making sure that we can play in a safe and healthy environment. While some places are giving the green light to play, we still have to wait for the final thumbs up from local municipalities and the organizations that run the fields.

While we are all excited to get back on the pitch, we prioritize player safety and therefore we are formulating plans and procedures to ensure we meet our guidelines and the state’s.

In the meantime, we are taking this time to work on making Gotham the best recreational soccer league in the country. We would love to hear from you and what we can do to make your experience better.

Please take a couple of minutes to take a brief survey here:

We will continue to answer emails and will keep you updated through our blogs and social media accounts.

Stay safe and stay healthy! We’ll see you on the pitch in no time.

Much love,

Gotham Soccer

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Spring Update

Hey Gotham Fam!

We just wanted to remind you that matches will be postponed for the next month. The health and safety of our players is our top priority and we’ll be back on the pitch once it’s safe to do so.

Stay tuned for updates and we’ve got some cool ideas to keep you all engaged during this quarantine!

Gotham Team

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GSL Spring Virus Precautions

Dear Gotham Soccer Family,

We have been monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and it's something we are taking seriously. We will be proceeding with our leagues and matches nationwide per usual, but we do want to provide a few extra precautions to make sure you, as well as your fellow teammates and opponents continue to be in a safe environment when stepping onto the pitch. We are closely monitoring updates form the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as well as any information coming out of state agencies and leadership and will keep you informed if recommendations impacting play change.

At this time, we please ask that you follow these guidelines before:

- Please contact your doctor if you have flu-like symptoms

- If you feel ill, have a fever or flu-like symptoms; please stay home

- Continue to practice good personal hygiene by washing your hands regularly as well as using alcohol-based sanitizer

- Please cover your mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing

- Do not share drinks or food with anyone who may have been recently sick

Thank you,

Gotham Team

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