Over 60 League (60 and over) season start on April 11, 2021
The membership fee is $150.00 per season, the uniform is NOT included
If you have questions call or message Raffaele Abbenante at 561-294-1611
Open League (35 and over, 4 players under 35) season starts on April 11, 2021 The membership fee is $150.00 per season, the uniform is included
If you have questions call or message Carlos Perez at 561-718-7334
*ONLY the registered club members will be allowed to play
Gentlemen, it’s that time of the year again. We will be starting the regular season games soon. The season should go on for about 3 months and we will take few Sundays off to observe the usual holidays. Easter Sunday and Memorial Day during the Spring season. Labor Day and Thanksgiving during the Fall season. Look for schedule and club updates on our website. You can download the copy of the Sign-Up form on our website HERE . We would really appreciate it if you can do it in advance, before the game. Just keep in mind, unregistered players will NOT take part in officially sanctioned last Dream games until registration is completed.
Another season of soccer for members of Last Dream Soccer Club is upon us. We are thrilled to have you as club members! A lot has been happening at the Last Dream soccer club. New teams have been formed and old teams have new faces or new coaches. Our facilities have received some much-needed TLC and many of our club members have been hard at work making things happen for the season openers! Thank you to everyone who has been involved in some way! We want to keep the lines of communication open to not only our club members but the community, as well. We have a lot of great things happening at Last Dream Soccer Club and we want to share that with whoever will listen! In our website will share team information, club happenings, and important information regarding Last Dream Soccer Club and anything else we think our club members would like to see. Please feel free to share your ideas with us! We are adding a large number of new members to the Last Dream Soccer Club every year! We are very proud to be a part of the Last Dream Soccer Club and we hope you are too! Help us to continue making us a great place for all of our members to play soccer. We are a family and we can’t do it without you! Good luck with a great season!!! GO Last Dream Soccer!!!
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Clean your hands often
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