Saint Joseph/Saint Robert

Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Warrington, PA ---------------------------------

Welcome to Saint Joseph/Saint Robert CYO Soccer!

Eligibility - All students in Saint Joseph/Saint Robert School, Saint Joseph or Saint Robert Prep program in Grades 3 through 8.

Programs - There are both boys and girls programs available.

Levels - There are three (3) levels. 
  • Novice - grades 3 and 4
  • Junior Varsity - grades 5 and 6
  • Varisty - grades 7 and 8

Registration - All registration should be done through Late Registration may be done with PRIOR approval from Saint Joseph/ Saint Robert CYO Athletic Director.

Season - The Fall Soccer Season is from August 15th until November 1st. No practices may start before August 15th and all regular season games must be completed by November 1st.

Tournaments – Any CYO team that wishes to play in a tournament may do so but registration fees must be covered by the attending team and NOT by the CYO organization.  Prior to a tournament commitment, the coach must be given permission by the Saint Joseph/ Saint Robert CYO Athletic Director.

Uniforms – We are using uniforms from previous years in an effort to control our cost.  We will do our best to honor all size requests made at registration. Uniforms must be returned at the end of the season.

Directions - Attached are directions/addresses for soccer fields within Region 11. If there are any errors, changes or additions please contact a CYO board member so corrections can be made.

Tryouts -

Practice -

Games -

What to Bring - Please make sure your child brings a ball (novice size 4, junior varsity size 4 and varsity size 5), shin guards, cleats (metal cleats are strictly prohibited) AND something to drink to all practices and games.

Game Schedule – A scheduling meeting is planned and attended by all coaches participating in Region 11.  Schedules are not usually completed and confirmed until the beginning of September. If your child is on a travel team it is important to forward their travel schedule to their coaches prior to the meeting.  Every attempt is made to avoid conflicts.