Welcome to Peak to Peak Soccer!

Looking for a fun, well-organized, mountain-based soccer program for your child?  You came to the right place!

Peak to Peak Soccer is in its 19th year of providing non-competitive soccer to kids ages ages 5 (or entering kindergarten) to 13.  This late summer/fall program is geared toward teaching any young soccer fan basic skills with an emphasis on sportsmanship and teamwork while having fun.  Practices take place on the Nederland Elementary School fields immediately after school for 1-2 practices a week lasting 1 to 1 ½ hours depending on the age.  Games are played every Saturday against the other league teams from Idaho Springs and Gilpin County.

Peak to Peak Soccer was originally started by local moms with the intention of getting kids involved in soccer regardless of ability level and with the goal of teaching skills beyond how to win.  Good sportsmanship, how to be a team player and positive role modeling by coaches and parents are a focus of the program alongside learning ball handling, soccer rules, and team dynamics.  Encouraging parental involvement is a key component of this volunteer run program.  From coaching to hanging nets, providing concessions and prepping the fields for game days, parents are asked to play an active role in making the season a success.

2018 Youth Soccer Registration Form

Late registration is open. Please fill out the form, and we will contact you if there is available space.

Registration Fee: $65 (includes medal, practices, games but not jersey) through July 31

Late Fee: $20 after July 31

Jerseys: $25 for new jerseys or reuse an old one (choice on registration form below)

Family Discounts: $5 for each additional child

Head Coach Discount: If you can head coach a team, you will get $32.50 off the registration. Contact Marni (303-718-1025) or peaksoccer@gmail.com before registering to confirm coaching.

Comments/Scheduling ConcernsPlease note schedule conflicts in your registration.

Age Info: By asking for your child’s date of birth, we are making a uniform cut-off date for all three communities (Nederland, Gilpin and Idaho Springs) to create an experience that is fun and safe for all ages. Please remember that “U” means “Under”. July 31st is our date that your child must be born on or before to play in each grouping.

U7: 5-6 year-olds

U9: 7-8 year-olds

U11: 9-10 year-olds

U14: 11-13 year-olds

We understand that some children want to and are able to play “up” a level. We leave this decision to parents and/or coaches. There will not, under any circumstances, be a reason why a child will play “down” a level. We feel strongly that “playing down” discourages the values we are trying to instill in our soccer program--learning the game and having a good time doing it!

List any medical problems or conditions that may impact the player’s participation in soccer: (including allergies and be specific as to how you want the coach to handle).
Scheduling conflicts
Although one main goal of Peak Soccer is to promote sportsmanship, are there any major conflicts you would like us to take into consideration?
Each family is required to volunteer time to support the program.
Only for multiple registrations.
If you need financial help, please indicate so here.
AMATEUR MINOR ATHLETIC WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY In consideration of allowed to participate in any way in Peak to Peak Soccer league/TEENS, Inc. athletics/sports program and related events and activities, the oversigned: 1. Agree that the parent(s) and/or legal guardian(s) will instruci the minor participant that prior to participating he or she should inspect the facilities and equipment to be used, and if the participant believes anything is unsafe, he or she should immediately advise his or her coach or supervisor of such conditi0n(s) and refuse to participate. 2. Acknowledge and fully understand that each participant will be engaging in activities that involve risk of serious injury, including permanent disability and death, and severe social and economic losses which might result not only from their own actions, inactions, or negligence but the action, inaction and negligence of Others, or the condition of the premises or of any equipment used. Further, that there may be other risks not known to us or not reasonably foreseeable at this time. 3. Assume all the foregoing risks and accepts personal responsibility for the damages following such injury, permanent total disability or death. 4. Release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue Peak to Peak Soccer, TEENS, Inc., Town of Nederland, its affiliated clubs, their representative administrators, directors, agents, and other employees of these organizations, other members/participants, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers, and if applicable: owners and Icssors or premises used to conduct the event, all of which are hereinafter referred to as ‘releases.’ from any and all liability to each of the undersigned. his or her heirs and next of kin for any and all claims, demands, losses or damages on account of injury, including death and damage to property caused of alleged to be caused in whole or part by the negligence of the releases or otherwise. I HAVE READ THE ABOVE WAIVER AND RELEASE, UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY SIGNING IT AND SIGN IT VOLUNTARILY.
I, ________ the parent and ___________the player, in consideration of the right granted to me by my registration in the Peak to Peak soccer League, agree to abide by the rules and regulations of Peak to Peak Soccer. I understand that these rules extend to my conduct in all activities related to and during any Peak to Peak Soccer events. I further agree to show good sportsmanship and conduct at all events. The following actions are encouraged: Positive role modeling for parents and players, clapping for encouragement, using encouraging words, and helping with snacks and water. Prohibited Actions: Physical or verbal intimidation, including the use of profanity, to any individual. Disrespect to coaches, helpers or other players. Arguing with referees, coaches, helpers, or other players. Willful physical damage to League equipment or facilities. Fighting, pushing, shoving, tripping, pulling clothes, or any other physical action in excess of normal play that can result in injury Violations can result in suspension of participation in game(s) or even disqualification from participation in the League. Two warnings will be given to player and parent. The third warning will result in game suspension(s) or disqualification to participate in the League depending on the severity of conduct. Determination will be made by the coaches and League Coordinator. League Coordinator reserves the right to suspend or expel a player from the league without issuing a warning if deemed necessary. Player’s Responsibilities: Show Good Sportsmanship at all times. Set a good example at all times. Be a team player at all times. Do the best you can at all times. Inform your coach whenever you are unable to attend practices or games. Make sure you get a ride from a parent to and from practices. (U7 and U9: no bicycles) And always remember to PLAY HARD, PLAY FAIR, AND HAVE FUN!!!! Parent's Responsibilities: Transport my child to practices/games on time. Be available to assist my U7 &/or U9 player with shoe changes, snacks, etc. Communicate respectfully, whether in person, via phone or via e-mail, with all players, coaches, referees, spectators, the league coordinator and Teens Inc. staff. I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD ALL OF THE ABOVE AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY THESE RULES.
I give permission for my child's photo to be included in Teens Inc. media.
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