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Jamaco 5k Charity Run


All of the Merrimac Youth Sports groups (softball, basketball, soccer, baseball) have teamed up to put on a road race in Merrimac, and we need your help.  Specifically, I’m asking each of you to take a few minutes to help us get the registration going.  Here’s what we need:

  1. Send this link to your coworkers and tell them a little about the race: Jamaco River Run Registration
  2. If you’re on Facebook, go to the Jamaco Run Page, LIKE IT, FOLLOW IT AND SHARE IT!
  3. If you can walk or run, please register for the race with your kids.  There will be some really great events on race day:
    1. Coffee/donuts by Common Grounds
    2. Pre-Race DJ & Music
    3. The Mass State Police Drum and Pipes
    4. Post-Race Music by Flip Side
    5. Post-Race Food Vendors
    6. Post-Race Beer by Newburyport Brewing Company
    7. Fun activities for the kids


Please help us get this great event going by spreading the word and registering for the race.  The kids are counting on you to DO YOUR JOB!!

by posted 04/06/2017
Weather Delay

Due to the impending storm today and the current state of snow on the fields. We will be delaying the start of the Season until April 22nd and will run until June 17. 


Coaches will be reaching out shortly to introduce themselves. We look forward to a great season



by posted 03/31/2017
Code of COnduct

As the Fall Season opening week-end is fast approaching, the MVP league (our governing association) has asked that each town publish the Parental/Spectator Code of Conduct, so that parents, coaches and officials have a shared understanding of what is expected of each other.  

Merrimac Code of Conduct:


All parents, spectators  who participate in Merrimac Soccer Club Youth League Programs:


  1. Will refrain from coaching their child or other players during games and practices from the sidelines!  Instead, will encourage and applaud all players effort and good play positively!


  1. Will respect the officials and their authority during games.  Will not question, discuss or confront officials at any time.


  1. Will remember that children participate to have fun and that the game is for youth, not adults.


  1. Will not question, discuss with or confront coaches at the game field! Instead will communicate with coaches respectfully and at the appropriate time.  Sleep on it before you press “send”!


  1. Will demand that their child treat other players, coaches, officials, and spectators with respect regardless of race, creed, color, sex or ability.


  1. Will promote the emotional and physical well being of the children ahead of any personal desire you may have for your own child to win.


  1. Will not encourage any behaviors or practices that would endanger the health and well being of the children.


  1. Will be a positive role model for their child and encourage sportsmanship by showing respect and courtesy, and by demonstrating positive support for all players' coaches, officials, and spectators at every game, practice or sporting event.


  1. Will not engage in any kind of unsportsmanlike conduct with any official, coach, player, or parent such as booing and taunting; refusing to shake hands; or using profane language or gestures.


  1. Will support the elements of the Merrimac Soccer Club Mission Statement!


Parents or guests in violation of the code of conduct may be dismissed, suspended, or permanently expelled from future athletic contest. Merrimac Soccer Club will take the appropriate step or steps listed below if administrative consequences are necessary. (One or more of the violations may be applied.)

  • Verbal warning.
  • Written warning.
  • Suspension or immediate ejection from a youth sports event.
  • Suspension from multiple youth sports events.
  • Season suspension or multiple season suspension.


TEAM - Together Everyone Achieves More


by posted 08/31/2016
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