MUSC Recreational Soccer

The Home of Recreational Youth Soccer

Morris United Soccer Club sponsors recreational soccer teams for boys and girls ages 4-14. Each season, MUSC Rec soccer serves approximately 1,200 children from the Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains & the surrounding area.

The recreation soccer program runs for 10 weeks each fall, starting in early September and wraps up in early November. All games are on Saturdays, at various locations in Morris Township & Morris Plains. 

Contact us at MUSCRec@gmail.com to learn more about MUSC Rec Soccer!
Requests for financial assistance should be sent to: MUSCRec@gmail.com

Click here to enroll your child in our Rec soccer program and watch them grow as athletes and team players.

Our Four Main Ideals

Everyone Plays - Players are assigned to teams regardless of their ability or experience & play in every game
Balanced Teams - Players are placed on teams based on each player's evaluated rating by former coaches in order to create teams of equal strength
Open Registration - All players in the Morristown area are entitled to register & play, subject to roster availability and sufficient adult volunteer help
Positive Attitudes - Required of everyone at all times

Recreation Soccer Divisions

KinderKicks (KKM & KKF): Ages 4 & 5, teams are formed by a Division Director and split by gender. No weekday practices, just Saturday one hour sessions. First half of each session is skills and drills training, followed by a 30min game. All sessions are at Alfred Vail School, game times are varied each week. The sessionsn are run by paid professional trainers, with volunteer coaches helping out. 

Division 6M & 6F:Typically 1st & 2nd graders, teams are formed by a Division Director and split by gender. One weekday practice,conducted by a professional trainer. Saturday games typically at Frelinghuysen Middle School or Simons Field in Morris Plain, game times are varied each week. All games are played 4v4 on a ½ field with no goalies. This festival format provides more enjoyment in playing, more contact with the ball, more tactical decisions being made and more physical movement, which improves the player’s physical fitness. No official score is kept and there are no team rankings. The division is instructional in nature. One coach per team is allowed on the field to help guide play.

Division 5M & 5F: Typically 3rd & 4th graders, teams are formed by a Division Director and split by gender. One weekday practice, scheduled at the convenience of the volunteer coach. Saturday games at Frelinghuysen Middle School and Simons Field in Morris Plains. Game times are varied each week. No coaches are allowed on the field, and youth referees keep time and order. Official score is kept by the referee, but there are no divisional standings.

Division 4M & 4F: Typically 5th & 6th graders, teams are formed by a Division Director and split by gender. One weekday practice, scheduled at the convenience of the volunteer coach. Saturday games at Frelinghuysen Middle School. Game times are varied each week. Games are run by youth referees. Official score is kept, there are divisional standings, playoffs and a championship game.

Division 3M & 3F: Typically 7th, 8th & 9th graders, teams are formed by a Division Director and split by gender.  Typically one weekday practice, but some teams practice twice weekly, scheduled at the convenience of the volunteer coach. Saturday games at Frelinghuysen Middle School. Game times are varied each week. Games are run by youth referees. Official score is kept, there are divisional standings, playoffs and a championship game.