Spring registration is OPEN

Please see the Registration page for details.

Travel coaches meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 20

The Travel Directors have scheduled a travel coaches meeting on Monday, February 20 from 7-9pm at The Boneyard (northeast corner of 82 and Broadview Rd). Please refer to the email from your travel director for more information. Also, please check recent emails from your director concerning the 2017 CVSA Futsal Shootout – March 11/12. We are looking for a big NRSC turnout, so register your team(s) today!

Super Bowl squares winners will be posted soon

You can check the grid at this link to see if you won. Authorization Code is: bears

Don’t forget to send payment for your squares to:

Attn: Super Bowl
PO Box 33052
North Royalton, Ohio 44133

Checks should be made payable to NRSC.

Clinic for new referees scheduled for March 4 at NR City Hall

This is a great opportunity for players 11 years old and older to learn the rules and become certified to referee NRSC games. Fortunately for us, the clinic is right here at North Royalton City Hall. Please see the referee page for details.

Girls 2007 team completes perfect fall season!


The 2007 U10 Girls team finished the fall season with a perfect 8-0 record and first place in their OHTSL division. The girls scored 41 goals while allowing 15 for the season. Team members include: Angela Armbruster, Ally Buffa, Morgan Felice, Olivia Franko, Madeline Holloran, McKayla McGee, Leah Prezenkowski, Sydney Rhodes, Camryn Supelak, Leah Thompson, Lauren Ziemianski. Team coaches are Ron Prezenkowski, Scott Supelak, and Doug Ziemianski

NRSC elections bring in new board members

The November Trustee Meeting and Club elections resulted in several new additions to the Board. Larry Zajac is the new NRSC president. Larry has been active in the Club for several years and is the founder of our affiliated premier program, CVSA. Current Boys 2003 Travel Coach Daniel Sinclair is the new League Director. And Concession Stand Coordinator Vinny Calo was elected to the Board as an At-Large Director. All other positions retained the previous officeholder.

Thank you to Pete Ragone – President Emeritus

The NRSC thanks President Emeritus Pete Ragone for his years of service as Club President. Pete was instrumental in upgrading the travel program through the addition of a Director of Coaching, paid travel coaches, and emphasizing NRSC travel attendance at tournaments. He also focused on upgrading the skill level of all NRSC players by scheduling full season footskills and linking the NRSC with the CVSA premier program. Those are Pete’s major accomplishments, space does not permit a full list. In short, the NRSC is a top tier community-based soccer program from the recreation level to premier thanks to his guidance. Pete will continue to serve on the Board as President Emeritus. Thank you, Pete!

Thank you and a request from the NRSC Fundraising Committee

Dear NRSC Parents & Coaches—-on behalf of the NRSC Fundraising Committee, thank you for the tremendous turnout at the first ever NRSC End of the Fall Season Social at 3-Spot on Sunday! Not only did we raise money for the Club but it was a great time to meet other NRSC families and to see the kids have fun as well. We want to do more of this but NEED YOUR HELP! The Club needs volunteers to help with social activities/fundraising events and to generate new ideas as our support is very limited right now. Your involvement will make a difference on many fronts. As an example, the funds we raise helps offset Club expenses to keep our fees affordable. Moreover, the social interaction alone with planned activities enables our Club to become an even stronger community partner. Simply put, YOUR INVOLVEMENT HELPS US GROW!

Not sure if you are aware but we are a 501c3 Charitable Organization so your involvement can be tax favorable. The point is that YOU WIN on all fronts when you support the Club in any way possible. Volunteerism at NRSC will not be extra work….it will be fun & rewarding….I promise! All of this is pointed toward helping our kids get the best experience possible and to help the NRSC Board achieve its many goals to this end. Please sign-up now as a NRSC Volunteer at this Sign-Up Genius Link.

Thank you very much for your support!

New header policy for all NRSC players

As part of a concussion litigation settlement agreement with US Youth Soccer and US Club Soccer, new header guidelines have been formulated at the national level and have been pushed down to local levels. On March 28, Ohio Youth Soccer North communicated their policy with the notification that it would go into effect immediately. At the NRSC Board meeting on April 12, the NRSC Board used the guidelines of these larger organizations to create an NRSC header policy. The following NRSC club rules for heading the ball are now in effect (as of April 12, 2016);

All recreation players in age groups U14 and younger are not permitted to intentionally head the ball during practices, games, or any other NRSC activity. Coaches are expected to enforce this rule at all times. In game situations, intentional heading will result in an indirect free kick awarded to the opponent at the spot of the infraction – or from the top of the goal area for infractions inside the goal area.

All travel players in age groups U11 and younger are not permitted to intentionally head the ball during practices, games, or any other NRSC activity.   Coaches are expected to enforce this rule at all times.  Travel players at the U12, U13, and U14 age levels will receive guidance from their coaches on the header policy for those age groups.

Posted club rules at Heasley have been updated.

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