Spring 2022 Penn Legacy Rec Soccer

Registration for Spring 2022 is now open!

Click link below to register: 



U10 girls age group has an immediate need for two Head and Assistant Coaching pairs. 

        Players registering after January 12 are not guaranteed roster spots

U10 boys has an immediate need for a Head and Assistant coach.

         Players registering after January 13 are not guaranteed roster spots

U15 girls has an immediate need for a Head coach and two Assistant Coaches.

       Players registering after January 27 are not guaranteed roster spots

U15 boys has an immediate need for a Head and Assistant coaching duo.

         Players registering after January 6 are not guaranteed roster spots

Spring 2022 Penn Legacy Rec Soccer Program, for Boys and Girls U10-U19

  •  Two weeknight team practices
  • Games on Saturday mornings (boys and COED) or Sunday afternoon (girls)
  •  U19 will be COED
  • Registration fee: $125
  • Uniform jersey cost: $20 
  • $25 late fee starting after Sunday February 13, 2022


  • Late Registration Fee - $25 after February 13, 2022
  • Registration End Date: February 27, 2022

Birthday falls between the following dates:

  • U10 Boys and Girls: 01/01/2012 - 12/31/2013
  • U12 Boys and Girls: 01/01/2010 - 12/31/2011
  • U15 Boys and Girls: 01/01/2007 - 12/31/2009
  • U19 Coed: 01/01/2003 - 12/31/2006


Withdrawals made by February 1, 2022 will be refunded 100% (less a $5 processing fee).
Withdrawals made by February 13, 2022 will result in refund of 50% of registration fee.  
Withdrawals made after Febriary 13, 2022 will NOT be refunded.



  • Coaches are to contact players by Friday, March 11, 2022
  • Regular practices start the week ofMarch 20, 2022. Bring ball, shin guards and a water bottle. Team jerseys will be distributed.
  • Games on Saturday mornings (boys and COED) or Sunday afternoon (girls)
    • Boys League games begin – Saturday, April 2, 2022
    • Girls League games begin – Sunday, April 3, 2022
  • Girls Festival - June 4 & 5, 2022 (tentatively)
  • Boys Tournament - June 4, 2022 (tentatively)


Rec uniform jerseys are used for TWO years. If you purchased a gray jersey last season you do not need to purchase another. This is the jersey that will be worn through the spring 2023 season

Players new to the rec program must purchase a jersey during the registration process for spring 2022. The price for the jersey is $20.

If you have the current gray jersey you do not need to purchase another one.


Are you interested in coaching? We are always in need of volunteers to help coach our Rec teams. The number of teams and participants we can accomodate are limited by the number of volunteers we have. If you are interested in coaching your son's or daughter's team, we would be grateful for your help. Our staff will be happy to provide you with any instructional help you may need for running both practices and games.

Head Coaches also have the flexibility to pick their two training nights. So, please do not hesitate to volunteer or contact us with any questions.

Coaches please register in the same system as the players - via the registration link at the bottom of the page, then please go to the link below for a checklist of clearances necessary to volunteer with children in the state of Pennsylvania. All paperwork must be completed and turned in to the PA Classics Registrar at mklein@paclassics.org before you will be allowed on the field. New volunteers will recieve instruction from PA Classics Registrar, Michelle Klein, mklein@paclassics.org on how to complete the initial log-in for your gotsport coaches profile.


MANDATORY COACHES MEETING: Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 6:30 pm. Location to be determined.



Please check your junk mail folder for communications from your coach or the club if you have a spam filter. Make sure to allow emails from the following addresses, or you might not receive important messages:

  •  Jim Dreyer, Director -  jim.dreyer@comcast.net
  •  Michelle Klein, Registrar - mklein@paclassics.org

Registration and Uniform fees for Penn Legacy Rec players are purposely kept low in order to make the program accessible to all children. Club sponsors and personal donations are also an important source of revenue to run all programs. However, should the Club choose to run fundraising activities or sales, each family is expected to participate