Wentzville Parks & Recreation’s spring soccer season kicked off on March 19 at Heartland Park.
The popular program, which is for children ages 3 to 10, has 36 teams and 362 players this year. The league had 275 players last year, Recreation Coordinator Patrick Logel told the Sentinel. Each player receives a jersey, socks, and a soccer ball.
All of the youth soccer games are played at Wentzville’s new Heartland Park, which is located at 100 William Dierberg Drive.
“At Heartland, we have two synthetic multi-turf athletic fields designed for soccer, football, and lacrosse and two grass multi-use athletic fields designed for soccer and football,” Logel said.
Wentzville Parks & Recreation offers two more chances for league play in 2016:
- A six-week Summer Soccer League starts on July 9 (registration ends on June 22). All games will be played on Saturday morning/afternoons. Price is $62 for residents and $72 for non-residents.
- A seven-week Fall Soccer League will start on September 10 (registration ends on August 24). All games will be played on Saturday morning/afternoons. Price is $70 for residents and $82 for non-residents.