About Us

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Welcome to John Smith Soccer. We have a plethora of sporting opportunities for adults and children alike. The newest addition to our reportoire is our JSSA Premier Soccer Club. As of Fall 2012, we have 33 premier soccer teams, ages U10 - U18, boys and girls, and a 6-9 year old Academy program. We offer a unique developmental approach to club soccer. Our Commitment to Excellence strives to develop each individual player's talent, which in turn creates strong, solid team experiences.

John Smith Sports Center, a 40,000 square foot indoor facility, offers indoor soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse leagues for children and adults, aged 8 to over 60. We are open year round for fundraising opportunities, birthday parties, field trips, after-school activities, youth soccer and multi-sport classes, as well as for public use of our two indoor playgrounds, the Zig Zag Zone and inflatable Pump N' Play.

The John Smith Memorial Day Soccer Tournament, the first of it's kind in 1975, hosts over 150 teams per year having accommodated teams from all over New England, New York and Canada. Located at the best natural grass site in Massachusetts, we have over 10 11v11 fields, 6 8v8 fields and 6 6v6 fields at our disposal. We also offer a hotel within walking distance of the soccer fields!! Imagine rolling out of bed onto your field!!

John Smith has been running his John Smith Soccer Schools for over 42 years and offers both day and overnight options for boys and girls, ages 4-18 years old. In 2015, we hosted 5 weeks of overnight and full day camps as well as 10 full day camps in surrounding towns. Our camps are staffed by foreign, college and high school coaches as well as local college players.

Spotlight

Felicity Day

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Full Time Coaching Director

Felicity, John's eldest daughter, joined the family business after a successful college career at Mary Washington College. She was named All-American at college, went on to play soccer in England and was inducted to the University of Mary Washington's sports Hall of Fame in October 2009.