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Travel Tryouts this weekend- updated schedule
TRYOUTS for the Irondequoit Soccer Club (ISC) 2016 travel season    Tryouts...
ISC Rec Festival- 2015
Click here to view more Rec Festival photos
CIEE seeking host families
Dear Irondequoit Soccer Club: Each year, CIEE: Council on International...
4th of July Parade
MicroSoccer- Fall 2014
Board Members & Position Needed
ISC is seeking self-nominations of ISC members to fulfill board positions....
Rec & Micro Soccer Programs
Online registration for Spring Recreational Soccer Online Registration...
Member to Member Feature
ISC understands that our members have various businesses, skills...
Please review the Zero Tolerance Policy.
To help prevent physical assault and verbal abuse in the leagues...
ISC Board Meeting - See Upcoming Events for Next Meetings
ISC Board meetings are now held the 3rd Sunday of each month at All...
How do I access my account or create a new account?
To access your ISC family account: Click on Edit My Account...
Travel Tryouts this weekend- updated schedule
TRYOUTS for the Irondequoit Soccer Club (ISC) 2016 travel season 
Tryouts for the Irondequoit Travel Soccer 2016 season will be held on Saturday, August 1 and Sunday August 2, 2015.

The expectation is most tryouts will be concluded by Sunday, August 2; however circumstances (weather, additional evaluations,etc..) may dictate additional tryout dates.

All tryouts will be held at Bishop Kearney HS. Specific times for each age group will be released at the beginning of July.
You must register even if you know your child will not be able to attend tryouts. This will ensure your child is considered during the team formation process. In the event your child can not attend tryouts; club will attempt to gather information on your child's ability so that an assessment can be made. Players must have been born between August 1, 1996 and July 31, 2008 to qualify for a travel age division.

Please complete our travel registration form and pay the $10 insurance fee by July 30th. The fee increases to $20 on August 1st
Register on-line with credit card payment - Click Here
If you should have any questions regarding travel soccer or the tryout process; please contact Ben Memmott at
Irondequoit Travel Soccer – Tryout and General Information
Sat & Sun July 25-26 at Camp Eastman
9:00-10:30AM U12 Boys
Sat & Sun Aug 1-2 at Bishop Kearney HS
8:00-9:00AM U17Girls (Saturday only)  
9:00-10:30AM U8/9Boys, U14Boys, U15Girls
11:00AM - 12:30PM U11Boys, U8/9Girls, U12Girls
1:00 - 2:30PM U13/14Girls, U10Girls, U13Boys
3:00 - 4:30PM U10Boys, U11Girls, U16/17Boys
4:30 - 6:00PM U15Boys  

Anticipated Cost of Registration for Irondequoit Travel Soccer: $405 ( this is an approximate cost as 2016 fees have not been finalized ). This cost does not include the cost of an uniform.
2016 Travel Season: Indoor training begins on Saturday, November 7, 2015. Indoor training is conducted at All-Star Sports located on Ridge Road in Irondequoit.  Teams will train at least once a week throughout winter ( through end of April ); twice during selected months.
Outdoor season begins in May and continues through end of July. Season will consist of 12 league games ( 6 home and 6 away ) plus up to two tournaments. Tournaments usually consist of three games within one weekend.
Tryout Process:
A registration booth will be located at Bishop Kearney HS.  For those players who have pre-registered; they will simply have to sign in; then will be given a number to wear at all tryout sessions.  For those registering the day of tryouts; they will complete the registration form; then will be assigned a number.
We ask that players DO NOT wear current travel uniforms or apparel.
If a player is interested in trying out for an age group above his or her age level (i.e. playing up); then they may report to the session for the group they desire to play for.  The club does recommend that the player also attend his or her true age group’s tryout session; ensuing that they are evaluated at both groups.  This obviously will help ensure that the player has options regarding making a team.
Tryout sessions will be monitored by multiple examiners; the number dependent on the quantity of players for each particular age group.
We will make every attempt to have evaluators at each session who are NOT affiliated with that particular gender and age group.  For example; we may have the current U14 boys coach as an examiner for the U11 girls.  We believe this will contribute towards an independent and impartial assessment of each player.
Current coaches or the ISC director of coaching will run the tryout sessions and be included among the evaluators.
At the conclusion of each group’s tryout session(s), the evaluators will submit their player evaluations to the club and coaches for review. 


Team Formation Process:
It is ISC desire to place at least one team in each age level within RDYSL.  For those age groups that have large numbers of potential players; we will make every effort to field a second team.  Traditionally; in those age groups with multiple teams; the first team is called the “Red” team and the second team the “Blue” team.
At the conclusion of tryouts; the coaches of respective teams will begin their team selection process; using the information obtained from tryouts. In conjunction with the ISC Director of Coaching and VP of Travel; Red teams will be formed by Saturday, August 15.  Those players selected for Red teams; will be notified no later than Wednesday, August 12.
Players should be prepared to accept or reject an offer to play on a red team within 48 hours.  A deposit of $100 will be required at that time serving as a commitment to play for that team.
Offers to play for a Blue team will be extended after the Red teams are complete.  Our expectation is that this will take place by Saturday, August 15.  The same acceptance policy will be in place ( 48 hours/$100 deposit ).
Please contact Ben Memmott at or 978-2318 with any questions.

by posted 07/27/2015
ISC Rec Festival- 2015

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by posted 07/26/2015
CIEE seeking host families

Dear Irondequoit Soccer Club:

Each year, CIEE: Council on International Educational Exchange partners with hundreds of groups like yours to bring bright students from every corner of the world to the U.S. As an active community member, you have the chance to earn funds for your community group use by taking part in CIEE's Host Family Referral Program. CIEE if offers  $100 for each family that is referred, applies and chooses a student.   By referring families you make it possible for members of our community to meet, interact, and learn from someone from a different culture. Exchange students bring new perspectives that can open minds and create opportunities for engagement that strengthen schools and communities alike. Our students have chosen to step outside their comfort zones to be part of new families, schools, and communities and excited to share the unique aspects of their country's culture, traditions, and language with loving host families in your area. 

We are seeking a host family in the Irondequoit area for Sidney who arrives in August. Please consider sharing this email with your network of families who may be a good fit for our program. Thank you for considering this opportunity. 

Meet Sidney who enjoys playing soccer and volunteering with youth ..

Sidney is a 16 year old boy from GERMANY. I like to spend my free time meeting up with friends, playing soccer and going to the gym.  I am an open minded and friendly person.  My mother is from Singapore and lives there, but I see her regularly. Spending time with my family is important to me and we always have fun because we are all quite easy-going I would say. While in the U.S. I could imagine volunteering with children as my Community Project. I am thinking of studying law after my graduation to become a lawyer. I look forward to sharing the German culture with my host family, for example by playing our national sport soccer with them.

If you are interested in hosting Sidney or one of our other students coming to your area in August please contact Wendy Thorpe at or 585-545-8740 or visit to register as a new host family.

Thank you!

Wendy Thorpe // CIEE

" We change lives, our alumni change the world"

by posted 07/26/2015
4th of July Parade

by posted 07/04/2015
MicroSoccer- Fall 2014

by posted 10/12/2014
Board Members & Position Needed

ISC is seeking self-nominations of ISC members to fulfill board positions. The following positions are unassigned and in need of fulfillment.

Equipment Manager-

  • Manage equipment inventory
  • Organize equipment in shed
  • Order equipment as needed


  • assist members with existing fundraising
  • develop and manage additional fundraising for players and club

Grant Writing-

  • research available grants
  • submits grant proposals for club

Fields Liaisons- (3-4 people needed)

  • each person will be in charge of 2-3 fields, monitoring field conditions during outdoor season


If you would like to contribute your knowledge and enthusiasm, and are interested in joining the ISC board, please respond to this post with your interest. New board members will be voted in at August Board meeting, 8/17.

by posted 07/20/2014
Rec & Micro Soccer Programs

Online registration for Spring Recreational Soccer Online Registration will begin in October. Spring Rec plays May 1st to the end of July.

Fall MicroSoccer will begin the Saturday after Labor Day and run for 5 weeks, and is played outdoors. Registration for Fall MicroSoccer, for children in Kindergarten to 6th grade, will begin in August and will be sent out to all members.

Winter MicroSoccer will begin in mid-November and run for 5 weeks, and is played indoors at All Star Sports. Registration for Winter MicroSoccer will begin in October and will be sent out to all members.

Coaches are needed for all Rec & MicroSoccer programs, please consider coaching your child and sign up  to coach when you register your child.


If you are new to Irondequoit Soccer  Club, to submit an email with your contact information to receive email correspondence for upcoming programs.


If you are already a member of ISC, you are already set up to receive email correspondence.


by posted 07/17/2014
Member to Member Feature
ISC understands that our members have various businesses, skills and talent. Many members have the ability to offer their services to the membership, ISC has set up a Member to Member Feature on the website homepage to give our members the opportunity get their information out to the membership.

To enter your information, click here*. Please limit the post to name, phone number, short description and link for email or website.

If you would like to also become an ISC sponsor, click here.

Thank you.
Irondequoit Soccer Club

*ISC reserves the right to monitor the listings and alter as needed. While providing the associated listings, ISC does not endorse any member's listing or qualifications.
by posted 10/04/2013
Please review the Zero Tolerance Policy.
To help prevent physical assault and verbal abuse in the leagues and clubs within the New York State West Youth Soccer Association (NYSWYSA, or Association); the Association has adopted a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY. This policy applies to all coaches, players, parents, spectators and other supporters and referees effective immediately. Abusive and obscene language, violent play/conduct, fighting and other behavior (including, but not limited to sarcasm, taunting, etc.) deemed detrimental to the game between the above mentioned groups will not be tolerated. The ultimate responsibility for the actions of coaches, players and spectators resides with the member clubs.
It is the responsibility of the coaches to provide referee support and spectator control, and it is the responsibility of the member clubs to provide instructions to their coaches on how they are expected to carry this out. This policy applies before, during and after the game at the soccer field and its immediate surrounding areas.

Click here to review the Zero Tolerance Policy (NYSWYSA version) for all ISC Players, Coaches, and match spectators.

Click here to review the Zero Tolerance Policy (RDYSL version) specifically for all Travel Players, Coaches, Managers, and travel match spectators.

by posted 02/20/2011
ISC Board Meeting - See Upcoming Events for Next Meetings

ISC Board meetings are now held the 3rd Sunday of each month at All Star Sports, generally at 7:00pm. Click here to see the schedule of upcoming board meetings.
ISC Parents are welcome to attend. In the meantime, if you have questions or comments for the board, talk with one of our
current board members.

Click below for:

by posted 01/01/2011
How do I access my account or create a new account?

To access your ISC family account:

Click on Edit My Account (located at the bottom of the tabs on the left). Enter your email address and password to log in. If  you've forgotten your password, leave that field blank and click Sign In, and the website will send your password via email. Once you have logged in, you may:
   - Make a payment on your family balance
   - Change your notifications
   - Update your contact info

If you are already in our database but have changed your email address, with your email change and we will make the change for you.


If you are new to ISC and would like to create an account:

If you want to register your child in one of our programs, at the beginning of the registration process, enter your email only and click Sign In. A temporary password will be emailed to you. Once logged in you can change your password.  ***Important, FIRST create you and your spouse as Adult/Parent members and THEN create your child as a Player/Child member.

If you just want to be added to our database to be notified of future registrations, with your name and email address.

by posted 09/01/2010
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