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Iron River Soccer Association

Copyright  2019 Iron River Soccer Association. Soccer Fields are located at Joe Sabol Field in Caspian. Website design and hosting by North Country Website Design.

About Us

Soccer in the Iron River area was established by a Community Schools program lead by Mark Rozine. His annual summer- time, soccer sessions taught area youngsters the fundamentals of soccer. As a result, interest in soccer grew. In 2003, Greg Leib formed the Iron River Soccer Association under the auspices of SAY (Soccer Association for Youth). SAY's website is www.saysoccer.org. This new league organized the kids, boys and girls combined, into age categories starting at U4 up to U19 and also League is 300 kids strong. "U" stands for under. Greg Leib passed the league's torch over to Mark Rozine and Marian Novak in 2005 who ran the league through 2010. Due to growth in participation and the need to delegate responsibility, a Board of Directors was formed to oversee the progress and operations of the league. Reference our contacts for a roster of the current Board. To date, the league is 250 kids strong and in order to improve the quality of soccer, the association just sponsored a coach's clinic and soccer camp. Professionals kindly gave of their time to teach fundamental drills, techniques and enthusiasm to our coaches and players. We strive to create opportunities for all youth to play recreational soccer and we encourage the kids to have fun.

Iron River Soccer Association

Copyright  2019 Iron River Soccer Association. Soccer Fields are located at Joe Sabol Field in Caspian. Website design and hosting by North Country Website Design.

About Us

Soccer in the Iron River area was established by a Community Schools program lead by Mark Rozine. His annual summer-time, soccer sessions taught area youngsters the fundamentals of soccer. As a result, interest in soccer grew. In 2003, Greg Leib formed the Iron River Soccer Association under the auspices of SAY (Soccer Association for Youth). SAY's website is www.saysoccer.org. This new league organized the kids, boys and girls combined, into age categories starting at U4 up to U19 and also League is 300 kids strong. "U" stands for under. Greg Leib passed the league's torch over to Mark Rozine and Marian Novak in 2005 who ran the league through 2010. Due to growth in participation and the need to delegate responsibility, a Board of Directors was formed to oversee the progress and operations of the league. Reference our contacts for a roster of the current Board. To date, the league is 250 kids strong and in order to improve the quality of soccer, the association just sponsored a coach's clinic and soccer camp. Professionals kindly gave of their time to teach fundamental drills, techniques and enthusiasm to our coaches and players. We strive to create opportunities for all youth to play recreational soccer and we encourage the kids to have fun.