FALL REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
Year-round commitment. For experienced and skilled players with birthdates between 1/1/2006-12/31/2016. This program may require long-distance and overnight travel. Tryouts are required for placement on a travel team roster.
For beginners and experienced players with birthdates between 1/1/2008-12/31/2013. Less competitive option than the travel program. There is no Rec In-House option for this age group.
For experienced and skilled players with birthdates between 1/1/2014-12/31/2016. Tryouts are required for placement on a U8-U10 County team roster.
Recreational (In-House) Soccer
For beginners and less skilled players with birthdates between 1/1/2014-12/31/2015.
The Pasadena Soccer Club (PSC) is a non-profit youth sports organization located in Pasadena, Maryland. The club was formed in 2013 by combining St Jane Soccer and Mountain Road Soccer.
The organization is staffed by volunteers. A Board of Directors manages the club. PSC is an affiliated member of the Maryland State Youth Soccer Association (MSYSA).
PSC conducts an annual registration in July for the fall soccer season. Currently, over 2,100 boys and girls are registered from ages 4 through 17. The club runs a clinic program for 4 through 6-year olds. The program is dedicated to providing an opportunity to boys and girls in our community to learn and enjoy the game of soccer at all skill levels.
The highlight of our program is the annual Mountain Road Soccer Tournament. The 3-day event is for boys and girls in both recreational and premier divisions. The proceeds from this event are exclusively used to fund college scholarships to deserving boys and girls graduating from area high schools. Each year we award a number of scholarships up to $2000 each.
PSC works closely with the AA Department of Recreation and Parks to help maintain the athletic fields in and around Pasadena. This includes a number of elementary schools, Lake Shore Athletic Complex on Woods Road, and Tick Neck Park. The community provides many hours of volunteer time each year to keep these facilities clean and safe.