5/6 vs Waters:
Monday, 5 November @ Lincoln Park South
Time: 4:00 PM
7/8 vs Hawthorne:
Monday, 5 November @ Lincoln Park South
Time: 5:00 PM
7/8 vs Marine:
Thursday, 1 November @ Marine Leadership Academy (MLA)
4:30 PM (7/8)
We ask that you be at the pitch by 20 minutes prior to each game for a light warm up and a team meeting. Dress for the weather.
We are also need parent volunteers to help put up goals and act a slide line referees. If you are able to help, please contact either Coach Choi or Coach Gilmore.
2018 Boys 5th-6th Season Matches (Away vs. Home)
- 4:45 Thursday, October 4 - Nettlehorst vs. LaSalle
- 4:45 Tuesday, October 9 - Waters vs. LaSalle
- 4:45 Thursday, October 11 - Lincoln vs. LaSalle
- 4:30 Tuesday, October 16 - LaSalle vs. Blaine
- 5:45 Wednesday, October 17 - Bell vs. LaSalle (Postponed)
- 4:00 Monday, October 29 - LaSalle vs. Hawthorne
- 4:00 Tuesday, October 30 - Disney vs. LaSalle
2018 Boys 7th-8th Season Matches (Away vs. Home)
- 5:45 Monday, October 1 - LaSalle vs. Prescott
- 5:30 Tuesday, October 9 - Waters vs. LaSalle
- 5:30 Thursday, October 11 - Lincoln vs. LaSalle
- 5:30 Tuesday, October 16 - LaSalle vs. Blaine
- 4:45 Wednesday, October 17 - LaSalle vs. MLA (Postponed)
- 5:00 Monday, October 29 - LaSalle vs. Hawthorne
- 5:00 Tuesday, October 30 - Disney vs. LaSalle
- 4:30 Thursday, November 1 - LaSalle vs. MLA (Rescheduled)
We expect that all athletes who make the team to commit to scheduled practices and matches. Playing time will be determined by the athlete's commitment to the team and their attitude on and off the field.
Tuesday, October 2 - 4:05 - 5:45
Wednesday, October 10 - 4:05 - 5:45
Monday, October 15 - 4:05 - 5:45 (Cancelled)
Monday, October 29 - 4:05 - 5:45
**Pending playoff status, practices as needed post season.**
See map below for practice field location.
- Come prepared with proper attire and equipment, especially a soccer ball if you own one. Be prepared to practice in the rain and in the cold.
- Give your full attention and best effort during practices.
- Be a kind and supportive teammate: communicate with teammates and your coaches using encouraging words.
- Be a leader and a positive role model on and off the pitch.
- Work on fundamentals: dribbling, trapping, passing, shooting, and defending. TRAIN BOTH FEET.
- Learn your position and the rules of the game. Know where to be, and your role ... we win and lose as a team.
- Have fun but be safe.
Throughout the soccer season, we will primarily communicate with parents and athletes through email and this website. Important: If we need to cancel or delay a match last-minute due to inclement weather, we will notify parents using the Remind app, which will distribute messages to your cell phones. We ask all parents to register for the current season's distribution list using the following link:
Game Day Preparation
- Athletes should come to school with their personal gear, team uniform, and water. The league requires athletes to wear proper footwear and shin guards. Big Chicago Soccer League Rules and Regulations
- Athletes should be prepared for the weather, including the possibility of rain and cool temperatures. We encourage athletes to bring a jacket and pants to keep warm on the sidelines.
- If an athlete is carpooling with another family, our school requires a written permission note from the athlete's parent.
- Matches begin at 4:30 PM with the 5th-6th team playing first and the 7th-8th team to follow. Each game consists of two 25-minute periods.
- LaSalle will not provided transportation to either home or away matches. It is the responsibility of parents to arrange a ride for their child to and from all matches.
- On match days, there will be early dismissal from classes at 3:45 PM for the 5th-6th team and for 7th-8th siblings .
- We ask athletes to arrive at least 15 minutes before the beginning of each match for a quick warm up and a team meeting.
Practice Field and Home Match Locations
Athlete, Parent, and Coach Expectations
- Coaches provide a fun learning environment.
- Coaches are prepared and on time for practices and matches.
- Coaches work towards the development of the team and each individual athlete.
- Coaches promote good sportsmanship and lead by example.
- Coaches hold athletes accountable for good sportsmanship and attendance at practices and matches.
- Coaches provide fair and honest feedback.
- Coaches maintain good communication with parents and athletes.
- Athletes exemplify good sportsmanship.
- Athletes are courteous and respectful of their teammates, coaches, officials, and opponents.
- Athletes arrive at practices and matches on time and with proper attire and equipment.
- Athletes work hard to help improve their soccer skills and understanding of the game.
- Athletes dedicate their full attention during practices and matches.
- Athletes carry exceptional grades while distinguishing themselves in sport.
- Athletes regularly check their email for email correspondences and our soccer website for updated information and news.
- Athletes maintain good communication with coaches and teammates.
- Athletes meet the academic, attendance, and behavior eligibility criteria established by LaSalle.
- Parents exemplify good sportsmanship.
- Parents support the whole team by cheering "Go, LaSalle!", rather than singling out individual athletes.
- Parents refrain from yelling instructions from the sideline. We kindly ask parents to watch matches from the sideline opposite the athletes and coaching staff.
- Parents support and recognize the value and importance of LaSalle volunteers, coaching staff, league referees, and officials.
- Parents ensure that athletes are dropped off and picked up on time.
- Parents regularly check their email for email correspondences and our soccer website for updated information and news.
- Parents maintain good communication with coaches and notify both Mr. Choi and Mr. Gilmore via email if their child cannot attend a practice or match due to a conflict or emergency. Please contact us with enough time for us to make alternate arrangements.
Team Spirit: LaSalle Soccer Theme Song
We are always in need of volunteers to help during the season, especially with:
- Setting up our pitch on match days, including goal nets, corner cones, and field lines
- Side line referees
While the coaches are not directly involved in carpooling, parents will be able to contact each other and make carpooling arrangements using the Remind app 2018 LaSalle Boy Soccer. If an athlete is carpooling with another family, our school requires a written permission note from the athlete's parent.
Thank you for trying out for the 2018 LaSalle Boys Soccer team. We appreciate your enthusiasm, dedication, and hard work. We hope that everyone who is invited to join our team decides to play this season. Our first practice is scheduled for Wednesday, September 24th. This training session is mandatory for all participating athletes.
We will meet in Room 202 for orientation, pass out uniforms, and go to our playground for a brief training session. The league schedule and practice dates will be posted on our website, once the information becomes available.
For all subsequent practices, athletes should report to Room 202 by 4:05 PM. After attendance, we will jog over to Lincoln Park for our training session. It is important that students come to practices dressed appropriately ready to run and train because they will not have an opportunity to change. Since practices and games are generally not cancelled for cold weather and rain, it is important that athletes come prepared for inclement weather. In addition to gear, students should bring water and a soccer ball if the athlete owns one. We also kindly request parents to promptly pick up their child at 5:45 PM on our playground. Athletes will be dismissed through the playground doors near Orleans.
We are looking forward to a great season.
7th-8th Coach: Y. Anthony Choi firstname.lastname@example.org
5th-6th Coach: Andrew Gilmore email@example.com
We will send an invitation letter to all athletes who make the team on Friday, 21 September 2018. Athletes must bring a signed CPS Parental Consent Form on the first day of practice and must have a recent Health Exam Form on file in the office. Hard copies of this form are available in the school’s office. This form can also be emailed to either coaches.