Soccer – Boys and Girls

Contact White Marsh Rec Soccer - Boys and Girls Staff:

Recreation Office



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    PHWM Soccer Recreation Program Announcements:
  • 6/8/2020 PHWM Soccer -Fall registration status
    Link to the Letter/email to PHWM Soccer prior participants regarding Fall 2020 soccer click here 


  • 5/8/2020 Spring season refunds
    The registration vendor has completed refunds on 5/7/2020, posting to credit card accounts will take 24-48 hours.


  • 4/22/2020 PHWM Soccer spring soccer season/program is canceled
    Link to the Letter/email to Parents RE: PHWM recreation Soccer spring program is canceled click here


  • 4/2/2020
    Link to the Letter/email to Parents RE: COVID-19 virus directives and Spring soccer click here


  • 3/12/20 Baltimore County announcement on the COVID-19 Virus:
    The Recreation and Parks Department is cancelling all organized recreational activities until further notice.  The remaining games scheduled for Winter indoor soccer at NERRC are canceled.


  • Rules and Directions pages have been updated.


  • ****************   Heat guidelines  *******************

    • Practice is limited to 75 minutes. 60 is probably better with the younger ages.
    • Absolutely no sprints or endurance runs. Not something we should do much of it at all anyway.
    • Advise parents to be sure to send kids with water.
    • Water breaks every 8-10 mins and monitor the children to make sure they are drinking.
    • Be smart and keep a close eye on your players
    • If you feel it’s too hot and want to cancel your session this evening, no problem.

    This is the county policy on heat for Outdoor Recreation Programs

    Outdoor Recreation Programs
    Each recreation and parks council and its programs decide on the parameters by which each activity meets during hot weather. Under these weather conditions, coaches and parents are expected to use appropriate judgment in determining the length and type of outdoor activity. Each parent knows their child’s health condition and should discuss their concerns with the child’s coach.

  • Baltimore County Parks and Recreation Policy:
    Q. How does lightning and thunder affect outdoor activities?
    A. Upon the first sound of thunder or sighting of lightning all in attendance at the outdoor activity should immediately go to their cars or enter a building. No one will be allowed to resume play until 30 minutes after the last sound of thunder and/or the last sighting of lightning. Recreation staff has complete authority to enforce this policy at a Baltimore County facility. In the absence of recreation staff, volunteer coaches and officials must follow this policy.
  • Club/travel Soccer:

    Baltimore Union Soccer Club ( was PHWM SC)   click here


    Soccer program information

      • An interesting video about respect for referees and players
        click here to view
      • Baltimore County Parks and Recreation programs’ volunteers must now complete a background check. For the background check program information click here. The background check is done once a person has been accepted as a volunteer for the soccer program.

*************************** Program Overview*******************

The Perry Hall-White Marsh Soccer Association offers Fall Outdoor, Winter Indoor, Spring Outdoor, Travel and Club Teams as well as a variety of specialized programs and camps throughout the year. Most programs are designed for ages four through High School. For current program registrations check the “Updates” or “Registration” sections aboveWe are a volunteer organization. We need League Coordinators, Coaches, Assistants, Concession workers, Fundraisers and Referees. Help us to provide the most enjoyable experience possible for your children.

Sponsorships: As a 501c3 organization we rely heavily on the support of the local business community. For information concerning program sponsorship please contact Rick Townley at 410-882-6963.

Outdoor Soccer begins in early August and is played through early November. Registration occurs in late May and early June. There are separate leagues for boys and girls. Leagues are designated as Clinic (4-5), Under 8 (6-7), Under 10 (8-9), Under 12 (10-11), Under 14 (12-13) and High School. Age groups are determined by the participant’s birth year as of August 1 of the current year. All participants will receive a uniform. Participants in Clinic through U10 will receive a ball. Players U8 and above without a current skill rating may be required to participate in a skills assessment session. Dates and times will be posted in the “Updates” section above. League play begins the week after Labor Day.

Travel/Club Soccer program (Baltimore Union Soccer Club ) consists of single age year Boys and Girls teams from ages 7 – 19. The program is for the more skilled player seeking a higher level of competition. Teams are further designated as “Rec. Travel” or “Club” based on ability and commitment level of the players and parents. Club teams play and train year round.  Tryouts for these teams are held during the June /July period, dates vary by team. Emphasis is placed on age appropriate individual player development and team play. Costs vary by team and are dependent on the level and amount play.  See  for more information.

Indoor Soccer is offered from December through March. Registration for this program is conducted in October and early November. Boys and Girls leagues are available for Clinic (4-5), Under 8 (6-7), Under 10 (8-9), Under 12 (10-11), and Under 14 (12-13). A High School Age COED league is available for individuals as well as groups who wish to register as a team. The age determination date is August 1 of the current year. The Clinic age groups plays at Chapel Hill Elementary, all others play at the NERRC (Northeast Regional Recreation Center) in the Multi Recreation Council recreation soccer leagues program.

Spring Outdoor begins in mid April and is played through mid June. Registration for this program is conducted in early March. Leagues are designated as Clinic (4-5), Under 8 (6-7), Under 10 (8-9), Under 12 (10-11), Under 14 (12-13) and High School. Some leagues may be COED and age groups may be modified to suit the number of registrants. Groups are determined by the participant’s birth as of August 1 of the previous year. Players U8 and above without a current skill rating may be required to participate in a skills assessment session. Dates and times will be posted in the “Updates” section above.

Soccer Clinics and Camps are periodically sponsored throughout the year. Upcoming events will be posted in the “Updates” or “Registration” sections above.