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Colonial Soccer Club

Serving the Plymouth, Whitemarsh and Conshohocken Communities

Colonial SC Sponsors

Current Sponsors

New sponsors for 2020 coming soon!

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, or would like to make a donation to the club, please contact our Director of Fundraising, Barry Reid.

Our club, with your help, continues to provide the opportunity to play soccer and develop good sportsmanship for over 1,250 local boys and girls. Our programs start with five-year-old boys and girls and continue to age eighteen. As a non-profit volunteer organization, we look for ways to help offset the many expenses of our intramural league and programs. A sponsorship helps pay for balls, uniforms, referees and field equipment; such as goals and flags. Hopefully, this is where you or your company can make a difference! The Club is requesting local businesses and organizations to join Colonial Soccer Club as a corporate sponsor.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Anyone can sponsor a team in any of our boys’ or girls’ Intramural programs. With a sponsorship, your company or business name will be placed on a team’s shirts of your choice. If you do not choose a team, the club will make the determination. Since our intramural program has been growing each year, we expect to have over eighty (80) teams for the 2015-2016 season. Since the soccer season starts in the first week of September, all uniform shirts must be ordered well in advance! We request that if you are interested in sponsoring a team, donations be submitted as soon as possible prior to the last week of July. The donation amount is $250 per team and is limited to the first eighty (80) sponsorships we receive.

The Communities We Serve

Our club serves the families from the towns of Plymouth, Whitemarsh and Conshohocken as well as families who travel to our area to play for our Club from places such as Roxborough, Norristown and Fort Washington. So, sponsoring an intramural team in our Club means that your company’s name will be seen by a fairly large percentage of the local population as well as from neighboring communities. Parents, grandparents, other relatives and friends come out to see these games and your name will be visible to all of them.

The Club policy and protocol for general sports injuries is as follows:

  1. Any complaint received from an athlete or symptoms/signs observed by a parent, legal guardian or coach must be discussed between the parties.
  2. A player, parent or legal guardian must notify a coach if that player suffered an injury or is diagnosed with an injury or illness that limits soccer activity.
  3. If there is any concern or issue of an injury, the Club policy is, “If in doubt, sit them out”.
  4. If a parent requests their child be held out of practice or competition, the coach must honor that parent’s or legal guardian’s request.
  5. If a coach determines a player should sit, the parents and legal guardians must honor the coach’s decision.
  6. If a player is diagnosed with an injury, the player must provide a medical release and return to play report from a medical doctor before resuming any soccer activities.
  7. The medical doctor clearance directives must be followed whether the directive involves limited activity, other modified return status or unlimited, full contact, game playing release.
  8. The general rule is to err on the side of caution, “It’s better to miss a game than a season!”

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Contact Us

Colonial Soccer Club

PO Box 130 
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 19422

Email: [email protected]

Colonial Soccer Club

PO Box 130 
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 19422

Email: [email protected]
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